9 Books with Strong Female Characters Over 50
Age is just a number.
Age is just a number.
There's no escaping your own mind.
These artists laid the foundation for their craft and led incredibly fascinating lives.
This list of essential titles has something for everyone.
Historians, journalists, and bestselling novelists explore the conflict that led to the birth of an independent nation.
Find the perfect read, according to how you're feeling.
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The devastatingly bloody war deserves its place in history.
Feast on these delicious and inspiring reads.
From Michael Chabon to Erica Jong, here are some of our favorite books by Jewish authors.
Lie back (with a book) and think of England.
Nobody puts the "master of horror" in the corner.
These classics were there through thick and thin.
Forbidden love. Feminism. East vs. West. Welcome to the World of Pearl S. Buck.
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Hello, Bill Gates of the future!
After the final rose, you'll need something to read.
Because we all have to sleep, right?
Our top picks by the bestselling author of "Love You Forever."
Question everything—especially your own assumptions.
These epic fantasy reads will help ease your Westeros withdrawal.
Love, money, party.
Fetch the smelling salts!
Odysseus’ epic adventure sparked ideas in the minds of James Joyce, William Faulkner, and more.
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Toast your favorite stories with these clever cocktails.
The perfect welcome to the real world.
Pass the tissues!
Longer days mean more time to devour those hefty classics.
“Art is the triumph over chaos.”
These First Ladies were leaders in their own right.
The late writer was, of course, very fond of Austen's work.
Laurie Colwin on one of life's greatest pleasures: dinner alone.
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Celebrate the anniversary of Victory Day with these moving WWII novels.
This is the kind of summer reading you want to do.
These writers look death in the face.
Forget Jon Snow—these women are the real draw of Game of Thrones.
"Well, I think I remember Mel Gibson correctly, and he didn't say that."