Moebius has contributed to some of the greatest motion pictures of all time, so it was a treat to discover his work in graphic novel form.
Show Me All Your Scars is a powerful example of what nonfiction can do. A sensitive, intimate portrait of mental illness from those who suffered from it.
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is a surprising book, but not always because of how scary it is. In fact, sometimes it falls a little flat...
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is a book that finds the beauty in nihilism and meaninglessness in practically everything else.
Last Ones Left Alive by Sarah Davis Goff is both a worthy entry in the over-bloated zombie genre and the much smaller world of Irish horror novels.
The Prestige by Christopher Priest is a different story entirely than The Prestige by Christopher Nolan. Yet they are somehow very much the same...
It can be difficult to sum up Consider Phlebas in a single sentence, which is fitting, given the ambiguous nature of its characters and plot...
Stephen King is one of the most successful commercial writers of all time. But what does he care about and how did it affect his novels?
When it comes to the expansive canon of science fiction, there are countless classics. But which ones are the best science fiction books for beginners?
Beyond the Horizon by John Harris explores some of the science fiction artists best work, most of which you might not have seen before.