TJ Klune on his remarkable “The House in the Cerulean Sea”

Mix together six magical children (including the son of Lucifer), an island-bound orphanage, and the straightlaced caseworker who comes to investigate them. Lots could go wrong, but TJ Klune also shows us what could go right.

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Best literature and fiction of March

Check out the latest from a two-time Man Booker Prize winner, two National Book Award winners, and others whose writing chops will earn such accolades eventually. Maybe for the books featured here...

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Amazon's best books of March: Today's releases

The first in a sci-fi/thriller series by Hugo award winner, N.K. Jemisin; a rousing memoir by the youngest sommelier at a Michelin-starred restaurant; and the lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret dishes royal secrets...

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The best nonfiction of March

Some of our favorites for March.

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Amazon's best books of March

Our favorites this month include a fascinating true crime tale; this year's Overstory; and a chilling psychological thriller...

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The best history books of March

In historic times like these, it's sometimes nice to realize there were other historic times where people came together to overcome obstacles.

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The best mysteries and thrillers of March

Our picks of the best mysteries and thrillers this March feature a mother-daughter duo with a complicated family dynamic, a bullied girl who disappears, a disgraced cop searching for a missing boy, and a 19th century socialite who discovers a new calling as a detective...

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An interview with Hilary Mantel about the last book in the Wolf Hall trilogy, "The Mirror & the Light"

"I have learned that sometimes, you have to stop trying so hard; there is always a way, but you need to step back to see it. As for life without Cromwell, I don’t think that’s on the horizon."

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A conversation with Rebecca Serle, author of “In Five Years”

Rebecca Serle talks with us about the tension between fate and free will in her newest novel.

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The best biographies and memoirs of March

It's a great group of books this month, each of which will make you laugh, think more deeply about the world we live in, and give you the chance to walk in someone else's shoes for a bit -- and each is well worth the jaunt.

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YA Wednesday: Best young adult books of March

Exciting new fiction, graphic novels, and a radical approach to history--our March list is bursting at the seams with great books.

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Amazon's best books of March: Today's releases

The highly anticipated novel from the bestselling author of Euphoria; the latest from National Book Award winner James McBride; a moving story inspired by Louise Erdrich's grandfather, and more. 

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Sarah J. Maas launches a brave new series with adults now in mind

"I was so drawn to her story, I knew I had to write it." Sarah J. Maas explains the genesis of House of Earth and Blood, her brand-new novel aimed at adults readers.

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An interview with Colum McCann about his new novel, "Apeirogon"

We talk to the bestselling and award-winning Colum McCann about the inspiration for his new book, his writing process, favorite books he's read recently and more.

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Best literature and fiction of February

A historical novel that finds accusations of witchcraft quickly infecting a grieving but resourceful community; a fantastical historical whodunit; a novel that's a blend of Etaf Rum's A Woman Is No Man and Tara Westover's Educated, and more...

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