25 Images That Prove Bookshops Are the Best Places Ever
As if we needed another reason to love bookstores.
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Peter Carey’s ‘Amnesia’
Peter Carey’s political thriller centers on cyber-saboteurs and the Australian left.
24 Books We Can't Wait To Read In 2015
Satin Island - Tom McCarthy's ability to embed meaning in his elliptical narratives has earned him a Booker prize nomination, so Satin Island promises to be at least thought-provoking. It follows a "corporate anthropologist" who must assemble a sort of mega-document that explains the zeitgeist in quantifiable terms.
Notable Book Covers of 2016
It is that wonderful/awful time of year. Wonderful because we get to look back at some of the amazing work people have done over the past 12 months. Awful because lists are arbitrary and someo…
The Girl Who Wasn't There by Karen McCombie
How to Be Alone by Jonathan Franzen. Published by Harper Perennial in 2007.
Salma Hayek tapping into her Lebanese roots to produce animated film version of Khalil Gibran’s ‘The Prophet’