What belongs on the pages of the Times Book Review?
A new film sets off the expansion of the Harry Potter Universe.
The judges are calling it the most diverse in the history of the literary award.
The best 9/11 novel barely even mentions that terrible day.
Rory Gilmore must be the most well-read character in TV history.
Ender’s Game is a rebuttal to its author’s hateful beliefs. Which matters more, the book or the man?
Early reviews are coming in, and they’re pretty stellar.
Mary Gaitskill has written a takedown of Gillian Flynn’s massively popular Gone Girl that’s set the literary world abuzz. It’s an interesting read, if a bit confused.