Book Reviews

In Israel, there's pleasure in being spontaneous when entertaining. Adeena Sussman, author of the vibrant new cookbook "Sababa," shows us how.
The cookbook author and TV personality turned her TSA dilemma into a feast of debate.
"I am working in a very different medium," the author of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series of books wrote on his blog.
"You just have to be on the same page all the time because it’s not fair when there’s one bad person [or] a bad guy,” the "Cravings" author said.
The best community for book lovers can actually be found on YouTube.
The cookbook author got real about family dinners and what weekday breakfast looks like with kids.
In her debut short story collection, the "Cat Person" author seems to be approaching fiction like nonfiction, like a psychological study with a result at the end of it.
A Me Too saga unfolds amid the muck of political intrigue in a novel that testifies to the power of citizen participation in government.
Inside "We Spoke Out: Comics and the Holocaust," a compilation of comics made in the 1950s, '60s and '70s that tackled atrocity years before mainstream media.
His new book, "The Next Person You Meet In Heaven," might be what's waiting for us in hell.
Kensington Palace announced the Duchess of Sussex's new collaboration on Monday.
"Lake Success" is a wincingly funny, sometimes too-gentle satire of the 1 percent in Trump's America.
Ottessa Moshfegh's new book, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," holds up a fun house mirror to the self-care fetish of the privileged.
"The process of writing this book has been so personally meaningful and illuminating for me."
We might see ourselves in Meg Wolitzer's new book. But do we need another pep talk for white middle-class women?
"Where’s Waldo," "Freakonomics" and a collection of Shakespeare’s sonnets are banned. "Mein Kampf" is apparently allowed.