Shannon Turlington is many things: a writer; a mother; a geek. Most of all, she is a voracious reader. She primarily reviews new and notable books, focusing on genre fiction. For more book links and news, follow her on Twitter.
Chabon pays homage to movies, music, and Oakland in his latest novel.
The Horror King revisits the Dark Tower universe with this fairy tale.
Tom Perrotta's new novel asks how we would react if the Rapture actually happened.
11/22/63 is a suspenseful ride through history, as an ordinary teacher tries to stop the Kennedy assassination.
Any parent can benefit from a helpful guide, and will find one in ParentWise.
A frightening vision of the collapse of the United States, but not an entirely believable one.
This literary companion is a must-have for any serious fan of Stephen King.
Pao is a unique new work of historical fiction, set in Jamaica and told in the voice of a Chinese crime boss.
Turn out delicious, modern versions of classic Southern foods with this gorgeous cookbook.
A new thriller’s overuse of cliches does not thrill this reader.