It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Don't let the Murderbot fool you--it's hilarious.
Whimsical and lyrical, this ode to stories prompted all sorts of thoughts. Here's three.
Revisit the creepy and the kooky, the mysterious and spooky, the all-together ooky world of the Hinterland.
More "Backman" than Beartown, Britt-Marie will leave you shouting, "GOAL!"
You might read with one hand over your eyes, but you'll care about the characters in Fredrik Backman's Beartown.
A wonderful book about terrible things.
It's creepy. It's predictable, but page-turning. Read this debut before the movie has the chance to Hinter it.
Stories of strong heroines (surprise!) in medieval realms are mostly entertaining. Except when they aren't.
With A Court of Thorns and Roses, Sarah J. Maas gives us a mash-up of Beauty and the Beast and the legend of Tam Lin.