Stack’s writing in ‘Women’s Work: A Reckoning with Work and Home’ is sharp and lovely, especially in the first section of the book as she describes her plunge into new motherhood and yearlong journey to find herself again.
The novel returns the author to the mother/daughter theme of her breakthrough, ‘Bee Season.’
Cecelia Ahern’s new book is a collection of funny, wise and weighty fables about women and their many experiences.
With an unpredictable ending and evidence that this is the start of a series, definitely check out "One Small Sacrifice."
'Black Leopard, Red Wolf,' by Marlon James, is an African fantasy epic that could make a 'Game of Throne's'-style TV series
Dave Eggers’ new book has a light touch, but it’s stylish and slick, and it leaves us pondering the rights and wrongs of progress and intervention.