Adrian Liang
Adrian Liang
Adrian is an East Coast transplant to the gorgeous Northwest. One of the fortunate few who has parlayed her English degree into a paying gig, Adrian has been working in the book world for more than twenty years, which makes her feel both a tiny bit old and very, very lucky.

Recent posts by Adrian

10 Highly Anticipated Romances of Spring 2019

Clear your schedule, because you'll want to give these new spring romances all your attention.

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Beyond Baba Yaga: Arden's Winternight Trilogy Weaves Complex Russian Fairy Tales into a Winning Fantasy Series

It might be ironic that Katherine Arden started writing her historical fantasy novels set in the cold forests of medieval Russia while she was working on a coffee farm in Hawaii, but clearly her process worked: The Amazon Books editors have picked all three of her Winternight novels as Best Books of the Month.

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Celebrity Picks: Cassandra Clare's Favorite Reads of 2018

"Even in the lowest time, books offer me a lengthy escape into another world," says Clare, and recommends three novels that will provide that escape, whether your skies are blue or gray.

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14 Highly Anticipated New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books for Spring

The new year can't come fast enough, and by that I mean that I can't wait for these upcoming SF and fantasy books to fly from the shelf and into my hands.

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Resolutions Ahead! What We're Reading to Make 2019 a Better Year

The Amazon editors assess the upcoming year and decide to use books—of course!—to help them with their New Year's resolutions. Here's what we're reading.

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Celebrity Picks: Sean Hayes's and Scott Icenogle's Favorite Reads of 2018

Husband-and-husband writing team Hayes and Icenogle share the adult and kids' books that inspired them this year.

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Celebrity Picks: John Kerry's Favorite Reads of 2018

Former secretary of state John Kerry highlights two very different memoirs and a book on the ideas that shaped our modern world as three of his favorite reads this year.

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Celebrity Picks: Susan Orlean's Favorite Reads of 2018

Orlean, author of The Orchid Thief and The Library Book, shares three reads that deeply impressed her this year.

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10 New Heartwarming Holiday Romances That Sparkle with Christmas Cheer

Light up the Christmas spirit with these fun holiday romances that add ha-ha-ha to the traditional ho-ho-ho.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of December: 5 Top Picks

These five new SF and fantasy books will keep you staying up late during the long winter nights.

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Diane Setterfield's Lively New Novel Explores the Power of Storytelling

Storytelling, the search for lost things, and a tug-of-war between folklore and science spark an unforgettable historical novel that we chose as one of the ten best books of 2018.

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Best Romances of 2018

We spotlight ten marvelous romances that prove just how complicated (and glorious and nerve-wrecking and euphoric) the path to love can be.

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Celebrity Picks: Stephen King's Favorite Reads of 2018

Stephen King names three of his favorite reads of 2018. And they're all written by Brits.

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Why John Scalzi's "The Consuming Fire" Isn't About Our World Today...but Maybe Kinda Is

John Scalzi talks with us about our interconnected lives, our willful blindness to realities that don't suit us, and the state of science fiction writing today. And because we weren't discussing only serious stuff, he also told us he has a Twitter handle for his cats called The Scamperbeasts.

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Nora Roberts on Her Post-Apocalyptic Book Series That Remakes the World

Nora Roberts talks about The Chronicles of The One, writing (almost) 50 Eve Dallas "In Death" books, and what she's been reading and recommending.

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