Fear of commitment? Check out these one-night stands.
You'll never dream the same again. Or are you dreaming now?
Murakami, the man behind the eerie and uncomfortable film Audition, knows how to blend location and character in such a way that you never see what's coming until it's too late. This book stayed with me for a while.
Ruthe Rendell puts this book in perspective with the following quote: "A stunning novel...convincing..frightening...Philip Kerr puts an end to the myth that the best crime fiction is written by women".
Cancel your plans for the day when you decide to start reading this page-turner.
Not much is translated out of Bolivia and after reading this colorful and engaging novel of a man trying to obtain a visa to see his son in the U.S., you'll wonder why. Some of the best fiction I've read. Period.
Could be one of the most misleading covers of the recent past. This dark little book about dark little secrets in a dark little town really packs a punch.
No sophomore slump here. Flynn follows up Sharp Objects (if you haven't read this yet, do yourself a favor) with a whodunit that's worthy of the word.