Once a year, like creepy clockwork, the culture at large acknowledges the best things in life and unlife: revenants, witches, haunted houses, derelict amusement parks, and nightmare fungal issues.
If you want to find a quality scary story, it’s always a good idea to go to the experts. Since the Crypt Keeper is currently in retirement—reposing and decomposing—we’ve found the next best thing
It’s Horror Month here at Goodreads World Headquarters, and we’ve cooked up several curated collections to honor the genre. We even used a cauldron.
For those needing a quick-fix reading recommendation, the books gathered below have two things going for them.
The phrase “cozy mystery” is a useful neologism; it’s the emerging consensus term for mystery stories where the sex and darkness are toned down, and any violence takes place off page.
You’ll find a particularly wide variety of fascinating topics this season, including lady poisoners, 19th-century outlaws, sentient volcanoes, dubious cybercurrency initiatives, space aliens, and one
We’ve assembled here several dozen Very Short Books for your perusal, the reading of which can do wonders for your overall progress.
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month the bookworm way with this collection of new and recent books by Native American and Canadian/First Nations authors.
At the beginning of each calendar month, Goodreads’ crack editorial squad assembles a list of the hottest and most popular new books hitting shelves, actual and virtual.
You’ll find several familiar names in this collection, those authors of one (or more!) big books that broke through to mainstream popular culture: Towles and Whitehead, Owens and Obama.