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10 Best Ian Frazier Books You Need To Read

Ian Frazier books have become a must-read for not just his followers and readers of his columns on The New Yorker, but a wide range of people who are looking to enjoy his outstanding humor that has led to him being described by the New York Times as a prolific exponent of the reported essay and related forms, and...

10 of The Hottest New York Times Bestselling Books

What's better to read for a lover of books than the New York Times Bestselling Books? Once it makes it to the list, it is a bestselling book in the United States and always, that makes it a great book for anyone to read. The books are grouped in different genres and format including Print and E-Book fiction, as...

Martin Amis – Biography, Books, Facts About The British Novelist

Named by The Times in 2008 as one of the 50 greatest British writers since 1945, Martin Amis is a novelist best known for writing Money (1984), London Fields (1989), and Yellow Dog (2003). The James Tait Black Memorial Prize recipient, who has twice been listed for the Booker Prize for Fiction, has also dabbled into screenwriting, with notable...

52 Spectacular Non-Fiction Books You Need To Read

While fiction books get most of the love and attention in the literary world, there are many spectacular non-fiction books that deserve as much attention. These books not only resonate with book readers all over the world but they are also captivating because of the lessons they offer and the insight they provide into the author's life. In doubt?...

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20 Popular Book Authors and Their Favorite Books

The key to good writing, they say is to always keep reading other people’s works. However, that doesn’t stop...

A Complete List of J.K Rowling Books Rated From Best To Worst

J K Rowling has become an incredibly successful author, screenwriter, and producer, all thanks to her books – the...

A Complete List of Dan Brown Books and Novels Rated From Best to Worst

An average reader who lacks significant knowledge of Dan Brown's books will describe the theme of his writings as...