This is the kind of short story collection that can be read as a novel. Although not all six of the short stories are related, the central characters of Nick and Julia appear in many, and common themes, particularly relating to technology, flow in and out.
Anderson wonders if our electronic servants have become our masters, draining some subtle but vital quality from our experience of life.
if banjo rolls, G-runs, and the trill of mandolins set your soul to soaring, then, my friend, this book is for youI
Author David Ellis, known for co-writing legal thrillers with James Patterson, has now branched out and penned a nifty domestic thriller.
Bookish Charlotte and firecracker Rose came to New York City with desire and literary ambition and found kindred spirts in each other.
This anthology is full of startling and various riches. A copy should be given to all new residents, along with their first red-light ticket, or water bill.
Tiffany upends our biases about fangirls and shows them as the creative, tongue-in-cheek, freethinking individuals that they are.
The story primarily takes place in Triana, the neighborhood in Seville, Spain known as the birthplace of flamenco.
Wolfe was born and raised in the now-demolished Robert Taylor Homes that serve as a setting to her debut novel, “Last Summer on State Street.”
For the last ten years, Youd has been on a quest to retype one-hundred English-language novels from the last century, when typewriters were regularly used. He retypes each novel on the same make and model of the machine used by the author, in public, in a location with significance to the book.