The book is a moving account of a 12-year-old boy named Edward, the sole survivor of an airplane crash, and is riddled with stories of the other passengers on the ill-fated plane.
Clive Wynne, the founder of the Canine Science Collaboratory at Arizona State University, explains human relationships with man's best friend in "Dog is Love: Why and How Your Dog Loves You."
Offering more than three million books at heavily discounted prices of 50-80 per cent off recommended retail price, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is free and open to all for 24 hours a day, giving Dubai communities an unparalleled opportunity to engage with booksellers and purchase their favourite books at affordable prices.
A movie producer who moves to Los Angeles and stumbles upon a story sparks Raymond Benson's look at a turbulent Hollywood of the 1940s with ramifications in the present in "Blues in the Dark."
All of which is to say that for this Reviewer, "Talking to Strangers" felt a little flat. For fans that don't get a weekly dose of Gladwell in their ears, it may feel much fresher.
If the power of fiction is to transport readers to a world they otherwise couldn't imagine, "The Water Dancer" is a smashing success. The novel opens with a remarkable paragraph — just one sentence, actually — that sets the tone for all that is to come.
Despite a title that references the cauldron speech in “Macbeth,” a pre-Halloween release date and marketing that positions it as the book in which Augusten Burroughs comes out as a witch, “Toil & Trouble” is just barely about witching.
An homage to Puerto Rican Literature and a crafty story set in Spanish Harlem are the power behind "Taina," the latest novel by Ernesto Quinonez.
If you need something to hold you over between the Mister Rogers documentary and the upcoming biopic starring Tom Hanks, a new coffee-table book of his quotes is now in bookstores.