Author Q&A: The Stylist by Cai Emmons

Cai Emmons shares how her obsessions guide her writing process, and how personal metamorphosis is a central theme in her newest novel, The Stylist.  

Review: The Da Vinci Code

Made into a movie in 2006, author Dan Brown's mystery thriller The Da Vinci Code is popular for a good reason. It's a breeze to read and every chapter leaves you wanting more. You'll tear through this in a matter of days, or hours if you're as…

Review: Behind The Beautiful Forevers

Kathleen Boo slams you with a dose of gut-punching reality in Behind The Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, And Hope In A Mumbai Undercity. Documenting daily life in impoverished parts of Mumbai, the book is required reading for anyone looking to better understand poverty in India's slums.

Review: Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas

A classic surrealist novel, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is a fictional first-hand account written by Hunter S. Thompson in which Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo take a drug-fueled journey through the Southwestern US desert.

Review: The Girl On The Train

The Girl on the Train is Paula Hawkin's first mystery novel. It centers around Rachel, a depressed alcoholic who rides the train to and from work every morning. From that train she glimpses into the lives of a seemingly normal husband and wife who…

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