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BOOK RIOT / Best Of - 7 hours ago

Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for May 19th, 2019

Sponsored by Wishtree by Katherine Applegate. These deals were active as of this writing, but may expire soon, so get them while they’re hot! Today’s Featured Deals A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas for $1.99. Get it here, or just click on the cover image below. The Long...

BOOK RIOT / Best Of - 9 hours ago

31 Game of Thrones Tattoos for Forever-Fans

We all know by now that winter is here, and the long night has passed, but you know what will never pass? GAME OF THRONES TATTOOS. That’s right, it’s time to commit. The show might be ending, but our love for Westeros and its inhabitants will never die. This list is dedicated to the t...

BOOK RIOT / Best Of - 9 hours ago

Get an In-Depth Look at a Barnes & Noble Concept Store

Barnes & Noble has been around for many years (since 1873, according to the company website), and has evolved significantly throughout its history.  The Very Model of a Modern Major Bookstore episode of Book Riot’s Annotated podcast delves into this history and explores how Barnes...

BOOK RIOT / Best Of - 10 hours ago

4 Diverse YA Books with Heroines Who Dress As Boys

The gender non-conforming dressing heroine is definitely one of my favourite tropes. There’s the element of danger, because of course she can’t risk being found out. There’s humour, because a girl in an all-boys setting usually has some pretty funny situations to offer us. And of cour...

BOOK RIOT / Best Of - 10 hours ago

Gardening Books Have Changed My Aesthetic

Gardening books have changed my fashion aesthetic!I used to be a yoga-panted athleisure-wearing suburban soccer mom (by outward appearance; I neither do yoga, nor do my kids like soccer. Nevertheless she persisted). But now that I’ve immersed myself in the weeds of the Dewey Decimal s...

The Guardian / Book News - 10 hours ago

Plume by Will Wiles review – struggles of a sloshed hack

It wasn’t clear how far you were meant to be troubled by Will Wiles’s 2012 debut, Care of Wooden Floors, about a man whose clumsiness while flat-sitting leads to the death of his host’s cleaner, an event the novel seems to brush under the carpet as just another pratfall. Wiles’s next book, The Way...

NewYorker / NewYorker Best Of - 11 hours ago

Sunday Reading: The Power of Political Satire

Comedians and humorists today do more than simply comment upon politics; they help shape it. This week, we’re bringing you pieces about the sustained influence of satire on political life. In “How Jokes Won the Election,” Emily Nussbaum explores the effect of right-wing memes and political humor dur...