The 'Percy Jackson' author is No. 1 on USA TODAY's list again.
Five books made the cut in each category.
Do critics agree with the National Book Foundation this year?
Cary Elwes, aka Westley, shares his 'Princess Bride' stories in a new book.
The prestigious prize went to
She never lets us down.
In 'Leaving Time,' an elephant researcher disappears.
She's working on bringing 'Catherine, Called Birdy' to the big screen.
Author of 'Deep Down Dark' spoke with all 33 survivors.
This is the third sequel authorized by the Margaret Mitchell estate.
'Scarlett,' 'Rhett Butler's People' and 'Ruth's Journey' all are authorized sequels.
New memoirs by Neil Patrick Harris and Norman Lear are on sale Oct. 14.
Spend your weekend reading 'Some Luck' by Jane Smiley.
Cited for the "art of memory."
'Some Luck' begins the saga of the Langdon clan of Iowa farmers.
The novel by Emily St. John Mandel finds joy in a post-apocalyptic world.
Gillian Flynn is also riding high on USA TODAY's list.
HEA contributor Kathy Altman recs reads by Melinda Leigh, Beverly Long and Norah Wilson.
The '80s rocker has written a memoir and has a new album.
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