When Dean Koontz’s book contract expired last year, his stature as one of the country’s top-selling authors made him a hot target for several major publishing houses. He chose Amazon.com Inc. AMZN 0.43% It was…

Many of the patients we’ve worked with over the years, have had peripheral neuropathy, and have come to our clinic feeling hopeless and depressed. Their medical physicians and neurologists who have told them that their…

(Carlo Allegri/Reuters) America wouldn’t be the same without it. Editor’s Note: The following is part of a series of excerpts adapted from Rich Lowry’s new book The Case for Nationalism: How It Made Us Powerful, United,…

A young woman verbally assaults a policeman during a protest on the campus of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C., August 22, 2017. (Jonathan Drake/Reuters) Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created…

For all the political Left’s shrieks about a so-called “War on women” and a systemic “rape culture” pervasive throughout American society, the reality that some 8 in 10 women and girls are sexually assaulted during the dangerous…

Why Parkland Happened

Why Parkland Happened

Parents and students at a memorial on the anniversary of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., February 14, 2019. (Joe Skipper/Reuters) A new book explains the failures of Broward…

Author Jeremy Treglown (Portrait courtesy University of Warwick) A new book illuminates the writings of John Hersey. One of the 20th century’s most acclaimed writers, John Hersey (1914–1993) started writing for publication a few years…

(Portrait © Amber Montgomery) A former White House speechwriter opts for the more saintly option. ‘The saints chose vulnerability over vindictiveness,” Colleen Carroll Campbell writes in her new book The Heart of Perfection: How the…

The Dalai Lama chats with Arthur Brooks in Washington, D.C., February 20, 2014. (Gary Cameron/Reuters) Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America from the Culture of Contempt, by Arthur C. Brooks (Broadside Books,…

What’s it like documenting the history of a band whose members often have wildly differing recollections about crucial events? That is the situation which faced Rolling Stone senior writer David Browne when he began researching…

Never What?

Never What?

(Joshua Roberts/Reuters) A sophist in service to self I wrote a book, The Case for Trump, in an effort — as an outsider who has no career investment in Trump and has never met him…

The Lost Art of Books

The Lost Art of Books

At a Barnes & Noble bookstore in Manhattan in 2010 (Lily Bowers/Reuters) Book covers aren't what they used to be Every weekday morning, I commute from Brooklyn to midtown Manhattan in subway cars so packed…

The power of reading aloud “The time we spend reading aloud is like no other time,” Meghan Cox Gurdon writes in her new book, The Enchanted Hour: The Miraculous Power of Reading Aloud in the Age…

A new Rowling opus

A new Rowling opus

J. K. Rowling in New York City, 2016 (Andrew Kelly / Reuters) The Harry Potter novelist vs. Jeremy Corbyn; the U.S. and its allies; and more Three days before Christmas, J. K. Rowling delivered herself of…

1 of 51 Little, Brown and Company; Henry Holt and Co.; Knopf; Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Penguin Press; Hogarth; Riverhead Books (2); Random House; Another year, another (long) reading list From hotly anticipated…

These authors share a deep commitment to compassion, acceptance & empathy. Men get a bad rap. They’re blamed collectively for rape culture, violence, war, poverty, climate change, and all other manner of global suffering. They’re…