This new novel is like Fight Club for women, set in the 18th century—and it’s the perfect springtime read.
Crichton’s economy of action and chaos theory speeches make the book a worthy read, but really, it’s all about the Velociraptors.
Book awards are like sausages—the less you know about how they get made, the better.
Lovecraft does not work in the realm of pure fantasy. He works in the cracks between what we know and what we do not know.
Some houses are born bad.
Green’s at his best breaking down romantic male idealism.
If you believe completely that the world is coming to an end, what do you do when it doesn’t?
A novel about treading water, family drama, and chimpanzees
Wrapping up The Stake Reading Club with a deep dive into Bram Stoker’s iconic horror novel.