The author's lustrous and smart fourth novel never quite coalesces into purposeful significance.
At first, JK Rowling was considered a local author done good, rather than fiction’s future megastar.
My time in the gutter taught me how much the homeless deserve our compassion.
Reports of the form’s death – and rebirth – have always been greatly exaggerated.
These books didn’t cure me. They didn’t even come close. But at my lowest moments, Harry Potter was the only thing I enjoyed.
Richard O Prum's book mimics the literary output of Charles Darwin.
Celebrating 20 years of Harry Potter.
The author is especially vexed by the barbarous locution “wake-up call”.
Hopefully, For a Little While will bring the American author the UK recognition he deserves.
We all want to discover who we truly are – but what happens when we don't like what we find?
Both Fathers and Sons by Howard Cunnell and Fathers by Sam Miller chase what can never really be known.