With Life After Life, the English writer takes the reincarnation story to new heights.
Head to the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains to tour an important town for four major American writers.
Everyone's favorite plural family is back! Complement your poly-binge-watching with these Mormon-related reads.
The National Book Awards announce their complete list of finalists for 2015. Which books will you read?
These genre-bending reads are both horrifying and fantastical.
Play "follow the leader" with biographies about history’s most notable people.
Get lost in stories of survival, discovery, and determination.
Rev up your mind—and your pulse—with these action-packed novels set during World War II.
Erica Jong shocked readers with her novel about women's sexuality in the 1970s, and she tells us why she's ready to do it again.
The pioneering ecofeminist and Woman and Nature author discusses her book and today's discriminatory climate.
Get turned onto books that mix humor, philosophy—and, yes, sex.
Author and filmmaker Catherine O’Sullivan Shorr first met singer and Warhol star Nico one brief summer day, when she was making the biggest decision of her life.
"If you're still having sex, you can save the marriage."
These paperbacks deserve to be judged by their covers.
These works started the dialogue; we're continuing the conversation.
Let these words of wisdom from Pat Conroy, William Styron, Natalie Goldberg, and others inspire you to finish that book.
Celebrate the Voting Rights Act of 1965 with these influential reads.
Buckle in for these action-packed thrillers that are not for the faint of heart.
Real-life bookstores as swoon-worthy as The Shop Around the Corner from You’ve Got Mail.
Prevent the "I will turn this car around" ordeal and keep the kids entertained with a tablet full of excellent ebooks.