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I've been getting lots of questions about this year's #BookConcierge -- all I can say is ... tune in Tuesday!
Trevor Noah tells @nprfreshair he grew up in the shadow of a giant -- his mom:
OF FIRE AND STARS will remind you of fantasy novels you loved as a kid, says @caitlynpaxson:
Comics critic @ghweldon doesn't shy away from the controviersial opinions:
Critic @michaelschaub calls BLOOD OF THE DAWN a "beautiful, horrifying work of art."
Know thyself? In SWING TIME, that's a little complicated, says critic @Annalisa_Quinn:
"It was my year of guards and guns:" @megynkelly on her "Year of Trump."
In OUR REVOLUTION, @BernieSanders looks back on his life, his career and his campaign:
FISH IN EXILE is a surreal, challenging chronicle of terrible grief:
NOT DEAD YET is Phil Collins' candid reflection on music, life and fame.
How does Christoph Niemann make art look effortless? With a lot of work.
In VIRGIN AND OTHER STORIES, musings on faith, sex and the South:
Silvia Moreno-Garcia has a fresh new take on vampire mythology in CERTAIN DARK THINGS:
Wayne Gretzky looks back on a life on the ice in 99: STORIES OF THE GAME.
TC Boyle navigates familiar territory with sensitivity and finesse in THE TERRANAUTS:
In Joe Ide's debut IQ, a Sherlock for South Central:
THE ATTENTION MERCHANTS explores the dark universe of web ads and clickbait:
Francine Prose brings wit and pathos to an unpromising premise in MISTER MONKEY:
Taraji P. Henson on finding her place in Hollywood in AROUND THE WAY GIRL:
Pregnancy is personal, not political, in THE MOTHERS:
Skeletons in the closet: GHOSTLAND and what ghost stories tell us about our national past.
Get your art on with Mama Susan Stamberg and David Hockney:
Everyday black lives are what matter in THE MOTHERS:
Congratulations to Bob Dylan, winner of this year's #NobelPrize for literature!
E.B, White really was SOME WRITER:
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