Richard Powers shows that DNA and fiction can mix in this story of woman who is hard-wired to be happy.
This strange detective story can't decide whether it wants to solve a mystery or just be a mystery
Edwin Abbott's strange cult novel from 1884 is set in two dimensional space populated by squares, circles, triangles and lines.
There are deep moral lessons in this brilliant novel by Edward Jones, but they aren’t pre-digested for the reader
An autistic youngster decides to solve a crime and ends up learning that the real mystery starts at home.
Are the main characters in Theodore Sturgeon's More Than Human just social outcasts or the next stage in human evolution?
Is Richard Russo a misogynist, or it really just Mom that has him riled?
I must have run into this Pynchon fellow down at the beach. His latest novel makes that perfectly clear.
There are no secrets in small towns... except in Empire Falls, Maine, where almost everything important is hidden from view.
Welcome to the world of Haruki Murakami, where urban realism and the fantastic are mixed in almost equal doses