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Earlier this year, the prices on blockbuster books were slashed for a limited time. A select group of people were able to take advantage of them.
For a long time Michael Harris convinced himself that a childhood spent immersed in old-fashioned books would insulate him from our new media climate – that he could keep on reading in the old way because his mind was formed in pre-internet days. He was wrong.
After an incredible year of imaginative books, we've rounded up our favorites. See if you agree with what made the cut for 2018.
When I asked myself that question recently, I realized that there were some simple reasons I wasn't reading as much as I would like to, and I developed a reasonable system that is helping me read more than 30 books per year.
Everyone could use a little light on any given day, so we've rounded up a fantastic list of books that will make you happy.
One author shares her end-of-year roundup, not of the best books of 2018, but of the best facts she encountered while reading.
With more than 10 million users, you don't have to take our word to see why readers are using BookBub to find their next book.
There are times when dreams sustain us more than facts. To read a book and surrender to a story is to keep our very humanity alive.
There's something for everyone in these 12 picks from journalist Malcolm Gladwell that will satisfy your curiosity and expand your mind.
This is not about reading a book you know is bad, a pleasure in its own right, like an exceptionally dashing villain. It’s about finding a book that affronts you, and staring it down to the last word.