"The storytelling was incredibly easy to follow and I often found myself so entranced by the book that I almost missed my stop on my commute to and from work!"
"There is the ghost of a murdered child in the bathroom and everyone treats it like a minor inconvenience."
Why hit the gym when these books will make you sweat?
Are you a total bookworm, or should you have spent more time in the library?
If You Can Solve 7/10 Of These "Harry Potter" Brainteasers, I'll Induct You Into The Order Of The Phoenix
Are you as smart as Hermione, or are you a little slow like Crabbe and Goyle?
"I am hotter than you."
"Edward: I have good news and bad news. The good news is that I have not murdered Bella Swan. The bad news is that I told her absolutely everything about vampires."
Peeves, Dobby, and Ron all deserved better.
From a new book by the author of Station Eleven to a self-help guide by Desus & Mero.
And so the lion fell in love with the owl.
We asked our favorite indie booksellers about the books they're loving these days.
You really don't think it's that hard? Come see for yourself.
Kate Elizabeth Russell on her new novel: “It had to be fiction. It had to be artifice. Because otherwise — how could I stand it?"
You're about to be transported back in time.
This Author Paid Homage To Black Girls In Children's Books In The Most Creative Way And It's Inspiring
"I’m a firm believer that children should be able to see reflections of themselves in the books they read."
After I wrote a piece criticizing American Dirt, Oprah invited me to appear on Oprah's Book Club for a candid conversation with her and author Jeanine Cummins.
You could be destined for Darcy...or stuck with Mr. Collins.
Sorry, but no child would trade their family for TURKISH DELIGHT.
To read, or not to read? That's not even a question.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen men Can Get It. (Unless they're Mr. Collins.)
TeamJacob for the win!
Yes, it's been almost 10 years. Yes, I'm still worked up.
"Ultraviolet Remarkey-able, I think I love you."
"I'd give up my manor for a Woodhouse." —Mr. Knightley, 1815
L O L!
"YA novels always seem to show two people having an extravagant love story at the age of 16."
Stephanie Tanner's voice How rude!
Reading is good for you.
Finch or Violet?
Stay in and curl up with a good book!