The Smithsonian wants to honor a brilliant mapmaker. But they don't know he is just twelve years old.
More than a half-century after C.S. Lewis wrote his Narnia stories, controversy still surrounds these popular tales.
In a book that is half novel and half puzzle, David Mitchell weaves together six very stylized and contrasting narratives.
Seven years before the Summer of Love, Robert Heinlein already had the vibe, as he shows in this cult novel.
The Song is You is a love story for the iPod generation, constructed like a well-paced playlist
This lunar adventure combines the worst aspects of a mining disaster, a lost in space story and The Poseidon Adventure.
Robert Silverberg's classic novel about a mind-reader losing his talent mirrors changes in the author's own life.
H.G. Wells's science may be faulty in The First Men in the Moon, but his storytelling is first rate.
Brooklyn reminds us that new worlds are constructed only by those brave enough to walk away from the old ones.
This is a mix of theology and technology: imagine Edith Hamilton's Mythology with much better weapons.