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Book Review: The Way Through Doors by Jesse Ball

A charming and inventive second novel from a gifted fabulist. Read More »

Book Review: Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín

Brooklyn reminds us that new worlds are constructed only by those brave enough to walk away from the old ones. Read More »

Book Review: The Collector of Worlds by Iliya Troyanov

The Collector of Worlds blends factual and fictionalized accounts of the life of Sir Richard Francis Burton. Read More »

Book Review: The Untouchable by John Banville

John Banville uses fiction to examine a spy's motive and behaviour. Privilege and influence, both assumed, provide the mean. Read More »

Book Review: The Road to Jerusalem by Jan Guillou

An engrossing work of historical fiction. Read More »

The Early Word: New Books for the Week of May 11, 2009

Better-food Nation, Calling out the Coast Guard, Swayin' with Swayze, the Dead and Divine with Smith and Van Praagh; Sandford, Leonard, Hart, MacHale, Preston, Davis... Read More »

Conceptual Fiction: Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny

This is a mix of theology and technology: imagine Edith Hamilton's Mythology with much better weapons. Read More »

Interview: Carol Buchanan, Author of God’s Thunderbolt, 2009 Spur Award Winner

“Ultimately, word of mouth sells books. The best marketing method in the world is one person telling another, ‘I loved this book.’” Read More »

Book Review: Face of Betrayal (A Triple Threat Novel) by Lis Wiehl with April Henry

The characters and story pull you in. You’ll be disappointed when the ride ends. Read More »

Book Review: Divisadero by Michael Ondaatje

An enigmatic, complex novel that deals with how writing must filter experience to make sense of it. Read More »