Blog / Announcements Category: Book ReviewsCrossroadsBy turns funny and terrifying, Jonathan Franzen’s latest novel of suburban family life does not disappoint. Read More Click for more. Click for more. The Death of Jane LawrenceA woman in search of a husband finds one with more than his fair share of deadly secrets in the latest atmospheric, well-plotted horror novel from author Caitlin Starling. Read Click… Click for more. TasteLike the enormous layered pasta pie that starred in the 1996 movie Big Night, Stanley Tucci’s new memoir is a gastronome’s delight. Read More Click for more. Click for more. The Neighbor's SecretCottonwood Estates seems like an idyllic neighborhood to raise a family in. It’s affluent, populated by overworked dads and over-involved moms, and thanks to the gossipy monthly book club, everyone… Click for more. Cheers to the DukeFans of Sally MacKenzie’s The Widow’s Brew series have been waiting for Jo, Lady Havenridge, to get her happily ever after, and Cheers to the Duke does not disappoint. Read Click… Click for more. A Carnival of SnackeryDavid Sedaris shares nearly 600 pages of his diary entries in A Carnival of Snackery, and the emotions they provoke run the entire gamut. Read More Click for more. Click for more. The EveryUnplug your Alexa and toss your Apple Watch. The Every, a companion book to The Circle, will likely scare the bejesus out of you. Read More Click for more. Click for more. We Are Not Like ThemHopelessness is certainly a theme in We Are Not Like Them, but it’s ultimately about having grace when the people we love make mistakes—even terrible ones. Read More Click for more.… Click for more. The Lincoln HighwayThe pages of Amor Towles’ novel are destined to be turned—and occasionally tattered—by numerous gratified readers. Read More Click for more. Click for more. Light From Uncommon StarsIn addition to the novel’s all-the-feels poignancy, Light From Uncommon Stars is also very, very funny. Read More Click for more. Click for more.