Books

Looking for your next read? Here are book reviews and lists from classical to the newest emerging voices.

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Literature serves as a way to process our feelings and the changes the new year will bring. After you take the time to reset and read these books, you'll feel fresh and ready to face new challenges.
These must-read stories made us think that reality is about to overcome fiction.
People will never forget the day a theatrical performance caused a deadly riot at the Astor Place.
Jane Austen shows us that we can be disruptive and insightful from the safety of our garden and our carefully decorated homes.
This is the story of Emilio Salgari, the man who created amazing pirate stories long before Jack Sparrow was cool.
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You won't believe the coincidences between the American TV sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" and the Colombian novel "Love in the Time of Cholera".
Who would've thought that a children's book series would be behind the most infamous invasions by the Nazi army?
We've all been influenced by a book at some point in our lives, and sometimes these written words shape how we see ourselves and the lives we lead. These were the books that influenced Hitler
Literature serves as a way to process our feelings and the changes the new year will bring. After you take the time to reset and read these books, you'll feel fresh and ready to face new challenges.
These characters stood out in their areas and showed how they experienced love and expressed their deepest passions and desires. Get inspired by their letters and see how the art of writing letters can be way more exciting than just sending texts.
In 1939, before becoming the children author legend, Dr. Seuss published The Seven Lady Godivas, a book about seven naked women that decide to go bare to show who they really are.
US citizens read an average of 10 books per year, but which are their favorites? The Great American Read survey has just shared their results.