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To figure out what to read next, start with some Book Reviews, at the bottom of this page. We have book reviews on both new releases and classic books, because sometimes what you want to read next was published last week, and sometimes it was published a hundred years ago. Many of our articles about books are organized by topics (Books About Dogs, Books like The Hunger Games), so that you can figure out what to read next based on your interests, your mood, or other books that you’ve enjoyed.

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Then check out our Fresh Ink, which contains interesting articles about books, and even more suggestions on what you should read next. Our writers are working on all kinds of articles, from essays about Hemingway to reviews of the latest book technology. If you’re interested in reading about books, this is the place to go. We know you want to find out the answer to ‘What Should I Read Next.’

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If after all that, you still can’t figure out what to read next, check out our help section and consider submitting your own book problem. Whether you hate your boss, want to break up with your boyfriend, or just had a fight with your mother, we think there are books out there to help. We’re happy to tell you which ones they are.
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collector of lost things auk
collector of lost things auk

The Collector of Lost Things by Jeremy Page

As The Collector of Lost Things opens, it is 1845 and English naturalist Eliot Saxby has set out on Captain Sykes’s Arctic-bound vessel to search for the last remaining traces of the great auk, a bird presumed extinct. His patr...
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LongDivision
LongDivision

Review: Long Division by Kiese Laymon

Try to count the contemporary novels exploring identity. They permeate bookstores. Some accomplish the feat successfully; others don’t. One new novel that tackles (and conquers) this quintessential American literary theme is Lo...
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while beauty slept-cover2
while beauty slept-cover2

While Beauty Slept by Elizabeth Blackwell

nce upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away, there lived a beautiful princess. If you’ve ever read a fairy tale, then you are familiar with its basic formula: a beautiful princess, whose existence is threatened by an evil villa...
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Zacks-Choice-cover2
Zacks-Choice-cover2

Zack’s Choice: Review

Harry E. Gilleland, Jr., is the author of several collections of poetry and five books of prose, including A Wandering Warrior, which was released in 2013. Earlier this year, Gilleland published a new book titled Zack’s Choice....
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The Medea Complex
The Medea Complex

The Medea Complex by Rachel Florence Roberts

In the ancient Greek play Medea by Euripides, the title character slaughters her children in retribution for her husband abandoning her. At the end of the play, a dragon-pulled chariot spirits Medea away, and she goes unpunishe...
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Secret of Magic
Secret of Magic

Review: The Secret of Magic by Deborah Johnson

When World War II ended, American soldiers who returned home found that their country had changed. Women were now working outside the home, and many were not content to be housewives any longer. Yet, some things had not changed...
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the registry

Review: The Registry by Shannon Stoker

The Registry saved America after a series of wars and conflicts left the country shattered. Women are valued above men, with daughters being the ideal outcome of a marriage. From a young age, daughters are priced for marriage. ...
 
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The Seeker
The Seeker

Review: The Seeker by R.B. Chesterton

For anyone who has ever visited Concord, Massachusetts, the words “murder,” “mystery,” and “suspense” are not usually the terms associated with the sleepy little place that was once home to such notable greats as Henry David Th...
 
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Strangler Vine
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Review: The Strangler Vine by M.J. Carter

Miranda “M.J.” Carter worked in publishing and journalism before publishing her first book, a biography of Anthony Blunt (the British art historian and Soviet spy), in 2001. It won the Royal Society of Literature Award and the ...
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sitcom
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Review: Sitcom by Saul Austerlitz

Even the most dedicated bookkaholics probably also have a love for the sitcom. Whether you tune in every week to Modern Family or have fond childhood memories of watching Cheers before bedtime, sitcoms have been in our living r...
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A Star for Mrs Blake
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Review: A Star for Mrs. Blake

Overshadowed by the losses sustained in the Civil War and World War II, the United States’ involvement in World War I is often overlooked. Yet, according to a PBS source, 116,516 soldiers lost their lives in The Great War. Over...
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Layla featured image
Layla featured image

Review: Layla by Nina de la Mer

Nina de la Mer is a Scottish novelist now based in Brighton, England. Her previous novel, 4 a.m., about a pair of young British army chefs posted to Germany, was published in 2011. She earned praise for capturing the slang-fill...
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Review: Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

Hannah Kent, author of Burial Rites, was just a teenager when she traveled to Iceland as part of a Rotary Exchange program. While there, she heard the legendary tale of Agnes Magnúsdόttir, the last woman publicly executed in Ic...
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Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Multi-tasking is the art of performing more than one task at a single time, but one should only consider herself a successful multi-tasker when she is able to combine activities she truly loves. For me, I feel a sense of multi-...
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Review: What Nora Knew by Linda Yellin

Born Melinda Cheryl Jacobson (a name she changed because “it sounds uptight and prissy”) in Chicago, Linda Yellin started off as a copywriter in the advertising industry and gradually moved into radio and print journalism. She ...
 
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