Stewart O'Nan explores the core themes of literature in a compelling novel set in post-Civil War Wisconsin.
Dimebag Darrell's story, like a good stiff drink, is one you won't want to put down.
Story-coated apologetics, guaranteed not to cause brain strain
Superman and Batman pair up against Lex Luthor during the Cold War.
A rich and intriguing Japanese-inspired fantasy.
Percy Jackson's huge adventure ends with several bangs and a lot of surprises.
Baseball mogul Walter O'Malley wasn't so devious after all, according to a new, richly detailed biography.
Michael Connelly, Lisa See, Kim Harrison, Michael Scott, China Mieville; Rachel Cusk, I.F. Stone, Mishna Wolff, 'Untimely Death in Africa', 'Guts', 'The Gerbil Farmer's Daughter'... '
Pocker's rude, callous tomes dodges the major problems of consumption.
Dan Gordon follows the money and finds...
A delightful and insightful journey into the mind of a truly inspired artist.
Orcar Wilde's rise, celebrity, and downfall are the meat of this masterpiece, presented as the writer's own journal.
When you thought it was safe to be in the dark.
Check out the five new releases this week on the Wii and DSi Shop Channels!
A majestic crossover from science fiction novel to a symphonic prog rock album.
Uninspired and stuck in the past, this album provides few high points.
Natasha Khan's Bat For Lashes describes her sophomore album Two Suns as "This is me."
The fancy female fiddler teams up with a group of mellow fellows for an all-Americana show that's fan-tastic.
Neverender leaves you wanting it to never end.
With Live In Rio, the pros should more than outweigh the cons for fans of this sultry chanteuse.
Dylan and the band make a good folk music sampler of the Southern United States.
Are we one lucky nation or what? Pick a subject, any subject, and experts come out of the walls like cockroaches at night in a New York apartment.
Why is Little House on the Prairie so important to the Libertarian Party?
President Obama is in a no-win situation and is going to pay a high price for any solution he comes up with.
Was that a man dressed as Sailor Moon?