A sweet, hopeful, and true love story in the time of the Holocaust.
More like “God bless you, Kurt Vonnegut,” am I right?
Is this an apocalypse book? A romance? A satire? A humorous criticism of millennial workplace culture? A diverse look as life as a modern Chinese immigrant? The answer: it is all of those things.
I took a lot of issues with the first 70% of Ghosted, but the final twisty act shattered me – and my issues – into a thousand awestruck pieces.
Between The Song of Achilles and The Silence of the Girls, can I just say that I am here for these Greek mythology retellings?
If you’re craving a spooky, original story chock full of suspense and sensory horror, Josh Malerman should be your go-to author by now.
For the love of all that is bookishly holy, read the book BEFORE you watch the show.
The first entry in the Daevabad Trilogy is a sure sign that we are in for a Middle Eastern fantasy saga of epic proportions.
Sign me up to read anything Pekkanen and Hendricks write from now on, because I need this level of suspense in my life.
Goodbye, Paris is a really heartwarming, woman-power story of one lady defeating self-doubt and hardship to fulfill her true self.