Is AntiBookClub's call to Penguin Random House to drop The Art of the Deal from their catalog an effective form of resistance?
Cultural historian Kari Kallioniemi examines the relationship between pop music and national identity, but only diehard academics will want to wade through his convoluted writing style.
Frank L. Baum's Oz isn't in the land of Aussies, as one might think, but in a far more magical setting.
There are times when a reviewer and book simply do not jibe.
The actor's memoir is a backtracking through a life under scrutiny and a life eventually left to chance.
Stephen King and George RR Martin prove to be a dynamic duo on King's End of Watch tour.
Beneath a thin veneer of science journalism lies a vegetarian manifesto.
Richard Polt’s work is simply a confessional love letter to a most charming and pioneering creation.
Like the surreal, dreamlike romance of Jean Cocteau’s Orpheus, the immortals of Brodsky’s world wander throughout cities, caught between their ethereal origins and the gritty realism of their oneiric existence.
Haunting, thought-provoking, and everything in between, here are some of last year's books that would make great additions to your winter reading list.