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Our Picks for the Best Books of the Season

I know this will be hard to believe for many (I’m thinking of you Northeastern states!), but spring is almost sprung and with it a bevy of exciting book releases. From blockbusters to the best in literary fiction, nonfiction, children's...

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Graphic Novel Friday: End of Year Faves

Last week, we looked at the Best of 2014 in comics and graphic novels as selected by our editors: 20 outstanding collections and original works from indie to superhero. There are so many comics published in a year, however, that...

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Graphic Novel Friday: Grant Morrison's Tragic Triumph

A few hours after I finished The Multiversity: Pax Americana #1 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, something happened: I got it. Now, I can’t shake the sense that I read the best superhero single issue of the year. Morrison’s...

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The Observer: David Cronenberg's Consuming New Novel

At some point in the late 70s or early 80s, David Cronenberg entered my house (read: my brain) through a late-night, and probably surreptitious, cable screening of Scanners. Like the set-top black box with its two-inch dial that switched the...

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Graphic Novel Friday: Summer Fantasy

Last time on GNF, we covered our favorite summer science fiction reads. This week, let’s talk fantasy. Fans of the genre know that fantasy tends toward the epic, which means it can sprawl into giant tomes that serve as bookshelf...

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Graphic Novel Friday: Sci-Fi Summer

There are still a few days of summer to enjoy, and everyone is talking about science fiction and the blockbuster that ruled them all: Guardians of the Galaxy. Heck, we covered the comics, too! If you’ve seen the film and...

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Even More End-of-the-World Books: Customer Picks

Last week I wrote about a few doomsday books out this summer, including Emily St. John Mandel’s forthcoming Station Eleven, Edan Lepucki’s California and Ben Winters’s World of Trouble. I also asked for some suggestions from our Omnivoracious readers and...

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How I Wrote It: Ben Mezrich, on His New Novel, "Seven Wonders"

Ben Mezrich is best known for his bestselling geeks-to-riches nonfiction stories, particularly Bringing Down the House and The Accidental Billionaires, both of which became major motion pictures. In Seven Wonders, on sale Sept. 2, Mezrich returns to his roots: fiction....

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YA Wednesday Sneak Peak: New Maze Runner Movie Trailer

The Maze Runner movie is coming out next month (in theaters 9/19) and I'm already bugging the publisher to see if there are going to be any early screenings here in Seattle. From the trailers I've seen, and early buzz,...

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Rick Riordan: The Weirdest Myth

Percy Jackson's Greek Gods releases next week (8/19) and this Best Book of August is a look at Greek mythology as only the demigod Percy Jackson can do. We already know author Rick Riordan is an avid mythology reader but...

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