The Miniaturist is a transporting novel that explores large questions while showing us a world that is seemingly small.
The Peripheral takes effort from the reader, but the payoff is a highly enjoyable science fiction novel with action and mystery, set in a dystopian future.
If you read my last review of The Magicians, you might be surprised that not only did I read the second book in the series, but I also loved it.
The Sheep of the Lal Bagh is one of those books my mom read to me as a child that I loved.
This isn't really a review, because I couldn't get into the book. The format, initially, is interview transcripts. While the idea for the novel sounded interesting, the writing just didn't…
What do a medieval "help desk" and IKEA have in common?
In no apparent order, here are some books I'm planning to read this summer. Please comment if you have some suggestions.
Playful and moody, Motherless Brooklyn is a fast-paced read that will have you murmuring eatmeBailey, while words rhyme in your head.
What did Tycho Brahe sneak past his tutors to improve his learning?
Yesterday, I heard this story on NPR about a book vending machine in Toronto that randomly dispenses used books. It sounded bizarre, so I hunted down the video to share.…