Anna Quindlen often taps into her personal experiences to reach readers. Does her latest novel, Still Life with Bread Crumbs, have the same appeal as some of her earlier books?
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With a big holiday weekend ahead, check out some recommendations for beach reading.
How many pages do you give a book before you give up on it? Has that changed over time? Or, if you are an e-reader, does seeing the percentage of the book left cause you to consider whether it is worth it?
We asked people what the best book their book club had read was. This is a great place to find recommendations or share your own!
One of the reasons I like being in a book club is that it gives me people to talk to about the books I am reading. It is hard for me to finish a book and have no one I can talk about it with. I like to work through books with other people. What about you? Do you enjoy talking about books or do they provide a more solitary escape?
Janet Evanovich is a popular author of fast paced thrillers. Her books are great beach reading for those looking for something that is pure entertainment.
This month is my book club's 10 year anniversary. Are you looking to start a book club or add some life to yours? Try these book club ideas.
One of the anticipated books to movies coming out later this year is The One Hundred Foot Journey by Richard Morais -- the story of an Indian immigrant in France and his relationship with a renowned French chef (who will be played by Helen Mirren). Find out if you should read the book before you see the movie:
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Here are the big new releases to expect next month:
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