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We’ve already told you which new books to look out for this summer, so now it’s time to talk about some old favorites. Below, the Vox staff has come together to recommend 15 books you should read this
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Short, sweet, and page-turning. 1. The Girls by Emma Cline This mesmerizing novel follows impressionable teenager Evie Boyd as she falls in with a sketchy, cult-like group inspired by the Manson Family.
Ever thought two books felt nearly identical? The déjà vu isn’t in your head. Researchers from University of Vermont mapped the sentimental fluctuations of over 1,700 books. By tracing the emotional changes
Authors including Patrick Ness, Melvin Burgess, Tanya Landman, Louise O’Neill, Bali Rai, Candy Gourlay, James Dawson and Leigh Bardugo share the books they probably weren’t meant to read that either rocked
From Norman Bates to Hannibal Lecter, murderous bogeymen exercise an enduring grip on readers’ imaginations. These are some of the best, and most frightening Nearly six decades after its original publication,