Does your bread sing when it’s cooking and smell like bananas and maybe have a magical history and a mind of its own? Oh, well the bread in Sourdough by Robin Sloan does all of that
Why is the world so fascinated by the British royal family?
Sarah J Maas is back with a novella that is supposed to bridge that first three ACOTAR books with a new trilogy, but it feels like she forgot she was writing fantasy.
Four high-schoolers befriend their favorite novelist, but things turn dark when it becomes clear that the stories they share with her, their private confessions, are fodder for her next novel.
I love a good hero or heroine and I seek out inspirational stories on the daily. Therefore, when I found out that Brad Meltzer, famous and best-selling mystery and thriller author, had a book called Heroes for My Daughter, I knew I had to check it out.
At a time when politics seems more divisive than ever, we can always look for more ways to come together as friends and fellow citizens.
It’s twisted fiction, but Our Kind of Cruelty is a story you won’t be able to put down.
The Lady Janies are back with a re-telling of the beloved Jane Eyre, complete with the brilliant author herself, ghosts, and pop culture references
What are the hidden messages in your favorite children’s books? What did CS Lewis really want to convey about Christianity in his Narnia books? How did Charlotte’s Web change the way kid talk about death?
The wives of Henry VIII tell all in this collection which gives each wife their own voice to talk about their life before Henry, during their courtship, and on their way to their end
It’s the beginning of the month and time to choose our Book of the Month Club selections for May!
Daisy is about to become the sister of the princess of Scotland, but things aren’t all roses and kilts