These novels written like true crime make sharp commentary on the endeavor of the genre and the underlying slippery nature of the truth, including The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda.
A reader reflects on critical thinking and books in a time of rampant misinformation because words in a book aren't necessarily true.
This Halloween book decor roundup full of witches, skeletons, ghosts, and more will make you say "BOOooooks!"
What are the book clubs reading this month? Dive into 13 picks for September book clubs and learn how to join the conversation.
Goblins, dragons, and thieves, oh my! Enjoy this list of books like the game World of Warcraft, for noobs and experts alike.
These parody horror books, including Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore, poke fun of themselves, the genre, and what's wrong in the world while still being scary and satisfying.
What makes a great character arc? In fantasy, there are many factors. Here are 10 of the best character arcs in fantasy book series history.
From the biggest names to names you don't know (yet), the best political memoirs inspire, educate, and drive us towards a greater future. Start with The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America by Cori Bush.