The Casual Vacancy
Hedwig, we're not in Hogwarts anymore. The trailer for "The Casual Vacancy," J.K. Rowling's upcoming HBO miniseries, has
J.K. Rowling's first foray outside of the wizarding world was met with mixed reviews. Some thought The Casual Vacancy was
It sounds like HBO is set to have one magical summer. The book tells the story of seemingly normal English village, but in
"The Casual Vacancy" is coming to BBC. J.K. Rowling's latest novel will become a series with the author collaborating "closely
"We’ve lost our minds when it comes to accountability of public figures," confirmed the comedian. "I couldn’t have written
It was hard for me to love these characters. More than once, I thought of putting the book down because these characters are so real, so raw, that they become dislikable and at the same time, curiously familiar. They remind me of the neighbors Jesus calls me to love.
It is an excellent read. More importantly for me, though, it is the kind of book that I have dreamed about having the world's prominent authors write about: with Sikh characters and references, but as a normal, ordinary part of the narrative, not in the form of lectures and essays.
The news that J.K. Rowling would publish a novel for adults was greeted generally in predictable ways: with excitement, trepidation and skepticism in equal measures.
Still, Yahoo! Movies says the recent trend in Dickensian films means Rowling's book could very well be picked up by an American
It's way too long. These are all fair statements, but I don't believe they subtract from the quality of the book, or even
J.K. Rowling has a new novel. She's moved away from Harry Potter, the boy wizard whose stories prompted millions of kids
Dear Mrs. Rowling, let me state for the record that I have not read your new novel, The Casual Vacancy, and though I have not skimmed one single page, I must be honest about the depth of your deception, lies, and skullduggery.
Simon Price: Works at a print works, puts himself up for election because he hears that there are opportunities for corruption
With the often-ridiculous U.S. presidential race in full swing, there's at least a 47 percent chance you'd like to forget about politicians for a few hours by immersing yourself in a novel. But be careful which novel you choose, because some of them feature ... politicians!
LA Times: People magazine: The Casual Vacancy confirms that Rowling does not lose her narrative gifts by stepping outside
"Theoretically, if you broke the embargo, [the publisher would] refuse access to other embargoed titles in the future, not