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Although not widely known, the recent popular movie The Social Network is based on Ben Mezrich’s book The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook A Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal.
Let the Great World Spin, Colum McCann’s latest novel, tells the story of seemingly dissimilar characters, each struggling to achieve a meaningful life while coming to terms with their grief.
With unruly curly hair, wire-rimmed glasses, and a tranquil face, Malcolm Gladwell looks just like your average genius. With his four award-winning books, it is evident that he thinks and writes like one too.
Captivating and intelligently written, The Privileges is an enjoyable novel focusing on the culturally topical in an often funny tale…
Most books are words, words, words, with, perhaps, an occasional illustration. When was the last time you looked at a book in which the illustrations were equally important as the words?
“Phillips divides her narrative into four different parts, employing multiple perspectives of different characters to create overlap and to enrich the plot…”
To an outsider, Rwanda is a land of hills and endless possibilities that rest among the “eucalyptus trees [that] flash silver against brilliant green tea plantations.”
Introducing The Ecco Book of Christmas Stories, Auster’s short story recounts the tale of Auggie Wren, whose well-meaning intentions to return a lost wallet lead an elderly woman into mistaking Wren for her grandson come to visit her on Christmas.
Caught up in the mood of Halloween, Kayla takes a look Katherine Howe’s novel The Physick Book of Deliverance…
Somewhere between classic cookbooks from the fifties and thick volumes of Irish folklore lies the perfect book—as long as you can find it. This is the challenge of the used book shop…