Fiction

Fiction

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Books do more than simply entertain us; they help to teach us valuable lessons. In Ashley Hay’s new historical fiction novel The Railway Man’s...

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Spring may not have sprung just yet, but we here at Bookish are hopeful. In the meantime, while we’re all waiting for the nice...

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Typically, relationships follow a certain order: love, marriage, baby carriage (as the droll rhyme goes). But in Andy Jones’ debut novel, The Two of...

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Your book club has done it all. You gasped at the twist in Gone Girl, cried through The Fault in Our Stars, and took...

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All readers know the pain of watching a favorite book transform into an adaptation that just doesn’t stack up (*cough*My Sister’s Keeper*cough*), but readers’...

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Baby, it’s cold outside. So snuggle up indoors with one of these hotly-anticipated novels. If you need a little more music in your life,...

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Let’s talk about sex, baby, let’s talk about you and… books! When Katharine Grant’s father first read The Marriage Recital, he was shocked. “How...

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Hester Young wrote The Gates of Evangeline, a thrilling supernatural tale that also happened to be one of our top mystery picks for fall....

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Compared to his 936 page novel The Mountain Shadow, Gregory David Robert’s 63-page final interview doesn’t seem too intimidating. But if you still don’t...

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With a distinctive blend of African, Indian, Chinese, and indigenous influences, the cuisine of Trinidad infuses the sensual environment of ‘Til the Well Runs...

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