The book has a fresh plot and kick-ass characters.
The movie version has to be directed by Tim Burton.
It’s the offspring of ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘Disturbia’ but unlike its parents, it’s maddeningly bland.
The fun-to-read youth novels are ratcheted up a notch in “New Adult” genre.
With technology changing the way we live, it’s surprising e-books haven’t quite caught on. But readers say there’s a reason for that.
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Many of YouTube’s most prolific and highest paid stars are extending their influence beyond the 1080p displays they dominate and into bookstores, albeit not without controversy.
‘The Fault in Our Stars’ author’s latest novel expertly captures what it means to be young.
The Canadian author’s second book doesn’t shy away from empowerment, immigration, abuse and mental illness.