Margaret Atwood's "The Testaments," which begins 15 years after the "The Handmaid's Tale" leaves off, is a wild ride, taking readers beyond the walls of the fictional Gilead.
"Letters from Hollywood: Inside the Private World of Classic American Moviemaking," published by Abrams, compiled and edited by Rocky Lang and Barbara Hall.
Condemning the Dortmund decision, Shamsie said on Twitter that "it is a matter of great sadness to me that a jury should bow to pressure and withdraw a prize from a writer who is exercising her freedom of conscience and freedom of expression."
In this new series, as she has done in her previous novels, Locke skillfully packs "Heaven, My Home" with realistic and, at times, uncomfortable situations as she depicts complicated characters.
Molly is every woman who’s juggled an infant, a 4-year-old, a full-time job and a husband who travels. Her days are exhausting, tedious, mind-numbing, and terror-filled.
“Miracle Creek,” a debut novel by former trial lawyer Angie Kim, is at once a gripping courtroom thriller with twists and turns, a deftly told, multigenerational immigrant family drama and a book about being an “autism mom.”
There’s little in the way of King’s usual emphasis on the occult beyond the topic of psychic powers, which, according to surveys, as many as 40% of Americans believe are real. But there’s no shortage of monsters, that’s for sure.
From a schoolgirl who fights plastic pollution to real-life heroines, 800 Indonesian women are telling stories to change beliefs about girls, the project's organiser said on Tuesday.
Isaac Bell takes what he thinks is an easy assignment to uncover what happened in the mine and stumbles upon a vast conspiracy in "The Titanic Secret" by Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul.