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49 Books That Everyone Should Read in Their Lifetime

So many books, so little time! If you’re looking for a master list of the books that everyone should read in their lifetime, this list is a great place to start. Featuring iconic classics, timeless bestsellers, and life-changing nonfiction, these are the books that stay with you. Take a look …

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27 Oscar Nominees Based on Books

If watching award shows isn’t your cup of tea, we’ve compiled a list of books to read instead! Our round-up includes this year’s Academy Award nominees and past year’s winners that are based on books. You might be surprised how many award-nominated movies have their roots in literature. Take a …

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17 Debut Novels of 2018 That Are Already Breakout Hits

Although winter was dark and chilly, bibliophiles should be warmed by the fact that many fantastic new authors have made their debut this season. If you love discovering new literary talent, then our best new books list of 2018 (and fall 2017!) is for you. From pulse-pounding thrillers to chilling sci-fi …

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Books That Already Have 100+ Reviews This Year

The year has barely started, but 2018 is already chock full of buzzy new books. If you’re looking to find the next big novel, check out our list of popular books 2018 has to offer, featuring new releases with at least 100 reviews from fellow bibliophiles. From New York Times bestselling …

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Lena Dunham, George Bush, Bob Hope, and More

If you’re a nonfiction reader, there are a lot of new options for you this fall. Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler has a new memoir out; former president George W. Bush has a new book out about his father, George H.W. Bush; there’s a new biography of comedian Bob …

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The 2015 Printz Award Winner Is Revealed

This morning, the American Library Association announced the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Michael J. Printz Award. The Printz Award is the highest honor for young adult literature — like the Oscars for YA books. Instead of a golden statue, though, Printz recipients receive a shiny gold “P” on their covers. The honored …

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Why “The Girl on the Train” Is the #1 Bestseller of 2015

And the prize for the first big hit book of 2015 goes to… The Girl on the Train. A psychological thriller that went on sale in mid-January, The Girl on the Train has been on bestseller lists since its debut. And now it’s holding steady at the top of The New York Times Bestseller …

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H Is for Hawk Ebook Finally Available in the US

Posted on March 3, 2015 by Lisa DeCanio Already a #1 bestseller in the UK, H Is for Hawk, a memoir about loss and learning to live again, is making its US ebook debut today. Author Helen Macdonald’s memoir begins with the sudden and unexpected loss of her father. Consumed …

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