Joyland, available only in real life.
After 44 years, her first feature-film adaptation, Tiger Eyes, arrives next week.
It's about, among other things, history, mythology, ancient civilizations, linguistics, puzzles, code-breaking, Homer, Arthur Conan Doyle, and brainy female academics.
Shailene Woodley's brother from Divergent will play her boyfriend in The Fault in Our Stars. This is weird.
It is the only book I have read five times despite failing to derive almost any pleasure at all from the experience.
The 87-year-old author claims that her literary agent's son-in-law took advantage of her bad hearing.
Nary a Hot Pocket in sight.
Hill: "I’ve read The Dead Zone, like, twenty times."
A form-challenging, "multidimensional experience."
On May 14, dark prince of conspiracy-based historical thrillery will release his latest, whose first printing of 4 million copies all but guarantees that it’ll be a giant hit—and that it will create lots of extra work for everybody.
“This is a very important book for me, it’s a book that actually gave me the confidence that I could be the writer I had hoped I could be.”
On the eve of the publication of Messud's new book, she can’t shake the feeling she’s still an outsider.
ICYMI, as the children say.
They're all being made into movies or TV shows, so you're gonna want to get started now.
One way to cut critics to the quick is to concede up front that you’re in it for the cash.