Barsh offers "Straight Talk to Help With your Toughest Challenges" based on her research into the struggles faced by over 200 rising leaders.Read more
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner called Joe Hagan's biography of him "tawdry." He might be right, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. We talked to Hagan about Wenner, the magazine, and the industrialization of rock and roll.
Looking back at 2017, three authors stand out for incorporating extraordinary visions of the countryside with some of the best writing of the year. Call them the Rural Feminists?Read more
Not sure what to read next, or what book to give a friend or relative at the holidays? The Amazon Book Editors are here to help.Read more
"Growing up, books that had high stakes meant the world to me."Read more
Despite the fact that this story begins in 1558, A Column of Fire addresses themes that are still very relevant today.Read more
A few of our selections for the best science and nature titles of 2017, including the thrilling tale of the first manned mission to the Moon, an examination of the brave new world of family engineering, and the dark secrets behind that drumstick on your plate.
This Is How It Always Is published back in January, but the power of Frankel's novel to stay fresh in your mind also gave it the power to secure a spot on our list of the Top 20 Best Books of 2017.Read more
Patricia Lockwood's "Priestdaddy"—her memoir of growing up in the midwest under the misguided parenting of that rarest of creatures: a married Catholic priest—seized hold of both our hearts and our funny bones and wouldn't let go, winning a spot among the Top 20 in our list of the best books of 2017.Read more
Celeste Ng wrote our favorite novel of 2014, and she did it again this year.Read more