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The Book Review

The New York Times

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The world's top authors and critics join host Gilbert Cruz and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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Find your book club picks and get your literary fix here. I lead bookish discussions with authors, friends and family minus the scheduling, wine, charcuterie board and the book you didn’t have time to finish. My tastes skew toward the literary but I can’t resist a good thriller or the must-read book of the season. If you like authors like Donna Tartt, Ann Patchett, Jonathan Franzen, Marie Benedict and Rachel Hawkins this podcast is for you.
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"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thechildrensbookreview/support
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The 2am Book Review Club

The 2am Book Review Club

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Welcome to the 2am Book Review Club! Do you stay up too late reading books? Do you love mysteries, thrillers, romance, historical fiction, fantasy, or literary fiction? Do you want weekly book recommendations and/or book breakdowns? Then you’ve found your new favorite book club! Join me each week as I discuss everything from the most-hyped new releases to books that nobody seems to have heard of as we explore the wide and wonderful world of books!
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Hello. My name is ibrahim Cummings.i am 11 years old and live in London. I love books and one day decided to create a book review podcast. Cover art photo provided by Janko Ferlič on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thepootphotographer
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It's beach read season, and I've put together a list of the 10 best mystery books to read at the beach! Murder at a luxurious seaside resort... A family trapped on a stormy island... A school that's basically Hogwarts for murder... Whatever kind of mystery book you want to read, I have beach read recommendations for you! Keep an eye out for my roma…
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Luke and Juliane review Rogue Moon by Algis Budrys, an old SF Masterwork that’s very dated and not very good. Luke on Mastodon: @lukeburrage@masto.nu Juliane on Mastodon: @JuKuBerlin@mastodon.social Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”…
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Summer is upon us and you're going to need a few books to read. Book Review editors Elisabeth Egan and Joumana Khatib join host Gilbert Cruz to talk through a few titles they're looking forward to over the next several months. Books discussed in this episode: "Farewell, Amethystine," by Walter Mosley "The Cliffs," by J. Courtney Sullivan "Horror Mo…
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Hi Red Fern Listeners! I was recently lucky enough to be a return guest on The TallMikeWine Podcast and I wanted to share the episode with you. We discuss summer reading and red wine. Mike is a self-professed wine geek who creates fun, relatable conversations around wine. And did I mention that he is a former disc jockey? Books discussed: Swan Song…
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In this inspiring episode, award-winning children's author Polly Holyoke joins us to discuss her enchanting middle-grade fantasy series, Skyriders. Polly shares her insights on the power of storytelling to ignite imaginations and empower young readers to believe in their ability to make a difference. From her creative process in building immersive …
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Chapter 1 What's Book The Summer I Turned Pretty The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han is a young adult novel that follows the story of Isabel "Belly" Conklin as she spends a summer at Cousins Beach with her family and their longtime friends. Throughout the summer, Belly navigates complicated relationships with the two Fisher brothers, Conrad and…
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While Luke waits for Juliane to finish Chasm City by Alastair Reynolds, he checks out the duo of novellas collected in Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days. Luke on Mastodon: @lukeburrage@masto.nu Juliane on Mastodon: @JuKuBerlin@mastodon.social Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke writes …
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It's beach read season, and I've put together the ultimate beach read guide for every type of reader! Do you like thrillers? Classics? Family sagas? Nonfiction? Historical fiction? Fantasy? Whatever genre (or genres!) you like to read, I have beach read recommendations for you. Keep an eye out for my mystery beach read list and my romance beach rea…
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For many years now, Elin Hilderbrand has published a novel every summer set on the island of Nantucket. With her 30th book, 'Swan Song,' the bestselling author says she will step off that hamster wheel and try something new. On this week's episode, she and host Gilbert Cruz talk about her career, what she's reading, and what's next.…
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In this episode of The Growing Readers Podcast, host Bianca Schulze and author Jeanne Walker Harvey dive into the inspiring story of Else Bostelmann, the artist who courageously painted the wonders of the deep sea in the 1930s. Harvey shares insights from her new picture book biography Elsae B. In the Sea: The Woman Who Painted the Wonders of the D…
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I read 21 books in May, ranging from romance to mysteries to historical fiction, and I'm here to talk about them! Which did I love? Which disappointed me? Which character was Too Stupid To Live? And was Shakespeare really a woman??? Tune into this episode to find out! Apologies that my voice isn't 100% back to normal yet! I'm still recovering from …
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In this episode of The Growing Readers Podcast, host Bianca Schulze and sexuality educator Dorian Solot discuss Solot's new Learning About Bodies children's books. Solot shares insights on providing kids with accurate, age-appropriate information about their bodies and the challenges of creating sensitive content. The books cover topics like proper…
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The broad outlines of "James" will be immediately familiar to anyone with even a basic knowledge of American literature: A boy named Huckleberry Finn and an enslaved man named Jim are fleeing down the Mississippi River together, each in search of his own kind of freedom. But where Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” treated Jim as a secon…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Cutting For Stone Cutting for Stone is a novel by Abraham Verghese that tells the story of twin brothers, Marion and Shiva Stone, who are born and raised in Ethiopia by their Indian nun mother and British surgeon father. The novel explores their journey through life, love, and self-discovery, as well as the complex relatio…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book 12 Rules For Life "12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos" is a self-help book written by Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson. In the book, Peterson offers practical advice on how to live a meaningful and fulfilling life by following twelve simple rules. He draws on psychology, philosophy, religion, and his own…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Never Split The Difference "Never Split The Difference" is a book written by Chris Voss, a former FBI hostage negotiator. In the book, Voss shares techniques and strategies he used in high-stakes negotiations to successfully navigate difficult conversations and reach mutually beneficial outcomes. Voss emphasizes the import…
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Join me this summer as we read historical fiction books from 10 different countries around the world! Reading challenge link: https://app.thestorygraph.com/reading_challenges/e7e9689b-cd43-423d-9164-5720859a4096. I hope you'll join the Historical Fiction World Tour Challenge, and I apologize for the delay in this week's episode; I'm still recoverin…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Haunting Adeline Book Haunting Adeline by H.D. Carlton is a thrilling paranormal romance novel that follows the story of Adeline, a young woman who inherits a haunted mansion from her deceased grandmother. As Adeline begins to unravel the mysteries surrounding her new home, she discovers that it is filled with dark secrets and…
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Chapter 1 What's Book A Court Of Mist And Fury A Court of Mist and Fury is the second book in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas. It follows the story of Feyre, who has survived the Under the Mountain and is now dealing with the aftermath of those events. As she navigates the complex politics and relationships in the faerie wor…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book They Both Die At The End "The Book They Both Die at the End" by Adam Silvera is a young adult novel that follows two teenagers, Mateo and Rufus, who receive a phone call informing them that they are going to die within the next 24 hours. The story explores how they choose to spend their final day, grappling with love, frie…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Ugly Love "Ugly Love" is a novel by Colleen Hoover, first published in 2014. It falls within the genre of contemporary romance and new adult fiction. The book centers around the complicated relationship between its two main characters, Tate Collins and Miles Archer. The story unfolds as Tate moves in with her brother and m…
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Some books are just perfect for summer, like “Love & Saffron” by Kim Fey, or a food memoir like “Taste” by Stanley Tucci. Anything by Kevin Wilson works great, as do psychological thrillers like “The Push” or “The Whispers” by Ashley Audrain.De către Suzanne Perez
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Chapter 1 What's Book Shatter Me "Shatter Me" by Tahereh Mafi is a young adult dystopian novel that follows the story of Juliette Ferrars, a young girl with a deadly touch. She has been locked away in an asylum for years, but when she is suddenly released by the government, she is forced to use her powers for their own gain. As Juliette navigates a…
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Chapter 1 What's Book If He Had Been With Me "If He Had Been With Me" is a young adult novel by Laura Nowlin. It tells the story of Finley, a teenage girl who reflects on her past relationship with a boy named Russ, and wonders if things would have turned out differently if he had still been in her life. The novel explores themes of love, loss, and…
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Chapter 1 What's Book It Ends With Us "It Ends With Us" is a romance novel by Colleen Hoover that tells the story of Lily Bloom, a young woman who finds herself torn between two men from her past and present. As she navigates the complexities of love and relationships, Lily must confront her own past traumas and face difficult decisions about her f…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Stop Walking On Eggshells "Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder" by Paul T. Mason is a self-help book that provides guidance and advice for individuals who have a loved one with borderline personality disorder (BPD). The book offers strategies for …
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Good Morning, Monster Good Morning, Monster by Catherine Gildiner is a non-fiction book that follows the author's experiences as a psychologist working with various clients who have endured trauma and abuse. The book dives into the complexities of mental health, resilience, and the impact of childhood trauma on adult life.…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Good Vibes, Good Life Good Vibes, Good Life is a self-help book by Vex King that offers practical tips and inspirational advice on how to cultivate positivity, improve your mental health, and create a more fulfilling life. King draws on his own experiences and personal growth journey to provide readers with tools and encou…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Fanatical Prospecting "Fanatical Prospecting" by Jeb Blount is a book that focuses on the importance of prospecting in sales and provides strategies for effectively prospecting and generating leads. The author emphasizes the need for sales professionals to take a proactive approach to prospecting, rather than waiting for leads…
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Did I just find my favorite mystery book of the year?? Between its gorgeous prose, complex characters, and mind-blowing plot, this incredible book left me emotionally devastated and convinced that this might just be my favorite mystery book of the year. Tune in to find out which book I'm talking about!! The 2am Book Review Club Youtube channel…
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The year 1986 was notable for two big disasters, both of them attributable to human error and bureaucratic negligence at competing super powers: the Chernobyl nuclear accident in the Soviet Union and the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger in the United States. The journalist Adam Higginbotham wrote about Chernobyl in his 2019 book, “Midnight…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Money Master The Game "Money: Master the Game" by Tony Robbins is a personal finance book that aims to provide readers with practical advice and strategies for achieving financial freedom and success. Robbins shares insights and tips from some of the world's top financial experts, including Warren Buffett and Ray Dalio, an…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Winning The War In Your Mind "Winning The War In Your Mind" by Craig Groeschel is a book that delves into the topic of dealing with negative thoughts and emotions in order to live a more fulfilling and positive life. Groeschel outlines practical strategies and tools for overcoming anxiety, fear, and other mental obstacles that…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Braving The Wilderness "Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone" is a book written by Brené Brown. In this book, Brown explores the concept of true belonging and what it means to truly connect with others in a world that feels increasingly divided. She discusses the importance of…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book When The Body Says No When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection by Gabor Maté is a book that explores the link between emotional stress and physical illness. Dr. Maté discusses how emotional and psychological factors can contribute to the development of various illnesses and conditions, and offers insi…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book The 50th Law The book "The 50th Law" is written by rapper and entrepreneur 50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson) along with author Robert Greene. It is a self-help book that outlines principles for success and empowerment, drawing on 50 Cent's life experiences and Greene's expertise in human psychology and power dynamics. The…
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Chapter 1 What's Book The Way Of The Superior Man "The Way of the Superior Man" is a book by spiritual teacher David Deida that explores concepts of masculinity, spirituality, and relationships. It offers guidance on how men can develop a strong sense of purpose, authenticity, and integrity in all aspects of their lives. The book also delves into t…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Power Vs. Force "Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior," authored by David R. Hawkins, was first published in 1995. This book presents a framework for understanding human consciousness and behavior through a system that david R. Hawkins developed, which quantifies and calibrates human consciousness lev…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book The Eye Of The World "The Eye of the World" is the first book in Robert Jordan's epic fantasy series, *The Wheel of Time*. Originally published in 1990, the book introduces readers to a sprawling universe featuring a rich mix of magic, politics, and prophecy. The story begins in the tranquil rural village of Emond's Field,…
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Looking for a glamorous, glitzy, breezy, fun ride? Then boy oh boy, do I have the book for you: Pineapple Street, by Jenny Jackson!! Apologies to everyone named Georgiana. (Real talk: Is anyone named Georgiana anymore?) You'll have to listen to the episode to figure out why! The 2am Book Review Club Youtube channel…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book The Mastery Of Love "The Mastery of Love" by Miguel Ruiz is a book that explores the concept of love and how it can be mastered in order to cultivate healthy and fulfilling relationships. The book discusses the importance of self-love, the impact of past experiences on our ability to love, and how to break free from societ…
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Chapter 1 What's A Book Getting Naked "Getting Naked: A Business Fable About Shedding The Three Fears That Sabotage Client Loyalty" by Patrick Lencioni is a business book that tells the story of a consulting firm trying to win back a major client by changing its approach to customer relationships. The book explores the concept of vulnerability and …
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