The Committed does loneliness in a very Viet Thanh Nguyen way: Review
With his anticipated sequel to The Sympathizer, the Pulitzer Prize winner heads to France in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.
Milk Fed, We Run the Tides, and Fake Accounts follow wonderfully flawed female narrators: Review
New novels from Melissa Broder, Vendela Vida, and Lauren Oyler give their protagonists room to be as messy as they need to be.
The Center Will Still Hold: On the enduring legacy of Joan Didion
With the release of 12 never-before-collected essays in Let Me Tell You What I Mean, Joan Didion reminds readers that she's been right about everything all along.
The Thrill of It All: Page-turning winter books you won't be able to put down
The weather outside isn't the only thing that's frightful: The season's most heart-pounding novels are a riveting mix of murder, mayhem, and mystery