This week, Liberty discusses Long Division, Lightless, and more great older books:
Rincey and Katie decide to do a little bit of catch up on some series books that they've been meaning to pick up:
Don't forget to enter to win $500 of the best in 2018 YA books so far! Check out the prize titles:
Would you bail on your sibs for some Turkish delights of dubious quality? Who'd you get?
The top 5 Most Romantic Batman and Catwoman Moments in Comics, and more bookish lists:
Have you checked out the shiny new Goodreads app for Android phones?
Why Did The First Harry Potter Book Get A Title Change In The U.S.? And more Critical Linking:
Time for the best deals of the day!
Watch the trailer for the adaptation of The Miseducation of Cameron Post, about a young girl sent to a gay conversion camp by her conservative relatives:
Read about one Rioter's experiment with an informal library system in her fourth grade class. Have any of you teachers out there tried something similar?
Nonfiction is a BIG genre. Here's a little help narrowing it down!
Jetpacks may not be commercially available, but you can console yourself with some other sci-fi swag.
This week we talked to Victor LaValle about Kenzaburō Ōe’s A PERSONAL MATTER and V.E. Schwab about FINGERSMITH by Sarah Waters. Have a listen!
If you're a self-described "misfit" then the Paris Review has got your summer reading recommendations!
Get some Sharifah, Jenn, and awesome SFF talk in your earbuds!
Fun historical mystery, a National Book Award finalist, and more in today's deals:
Have you ever encountered a terrifying read you just couldn't scrub from your mind?
Which Bennet sister are you?
Jurassic Park AND The Lost World are both $1.99 today!
Will you be watching this potential new LITTLE WOMEN?
Let's be real; what literary cat *aren't* I?
These are the books that stole Rioters' hearts in June. What stands out from your month in reading?
Put your listening ears on! Liberty and Rebecca are here to tell you about their favorite new releases this week!
There will be no Nobel Prize in literature this year, but there will be an alternative:
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Jess and Trisha discuss the challenges in finding romance by AOC with queer characters, the Emma Award winners, and recommend romance featuring couples past the age of 40:
We're giving away $500 of the best 2018 YA books (so far)! Enter to win:
Stories about the Indigenous experience, the African American experience, and more books that have the same family dynamics, adventure, and optimism of Wilder's works:
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By fan vote, Tomi Adeyemi's YA fantasy debut was chosen as the inaugural pick for the Tonight Show book club!
Did your favorite multigenerational book make the list?
"Atwood's book is one of several powerful feminist dystopian fictions that reinforce how mothers, specifically, are at risk in the kind of state-created madness that typifies these chilling near-futures. "
We considered the many, many 2018 books we've read so far--these were our favorites:
"The share of Americans who read for pleasure on a given day has fallen by more than 30 percent since 2004," and more Critical Linking:
Jeff and Rebecca talk about the 2017 VIDA count, Diaz keeping his MIT job, Jimmy Fallon's book club, and more:
A classic of lesbian YA, and more in today's best book deals!
We see you, "Steven Universe" fans.
If you've ever daydreamed about Smaug taking the form of Benedict Cumberbatch...
Whether you've got your tickets to Buenos Aires already booked or you're an armchair traveler, this edition of Literary Tourism is for you!
Does your TBR pile have room for 40 more books?
(Your answer doesn't matter. This is happening.)
Extrovert Friends: "Come to the beach with us!"
Me, behind the chain link on my door: "No thanks! I have to...go to...the...the library. Yeah, the library. You know me! Books, etc."
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"Every time a celebrated artist is outed as an abuser, it seems we have to rehash this conversation: can we separate the art from the artist?"
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