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  1. "The Shepherd's Life" is James Rebanks’s "captivating" book about his family’s sheep farm. reviews:

  2. . and others discuss what they learned from Judy Blume.

  3. . and others discuss what they learned from Judy Blume.

  4. "The Shepherd's Life" is James Rebanks’s "captivating" book about his family’s sheep farm. reviews:

  5. Few authors since Edmund Morris have "dared reckon with Reagan’s life in full." Jeff Shesol on H. W. Brands's effort:

  6. Stephen King returns to a favorite subject: the dynamic between famous authors and their fans. Janet Maslin's review:

  7. Baz Dreisinger reviews Mat Johnson’s novel "Loving Day," about race and mixed-race in America.

  8. "I would be infinitely happier to win a contest that included male entrants." Zoë Heller on prizes, in Bookends:

  9. The season’s horror books include Clive Barker’s “The Scarlet Gospels” and Andrew Pyper’s “The Damned.”

  10. In new Author's Note essay, Ann Packer ponders: What do writers do when it’s time to start something new?

  11. Eliza Kennedy’s "frenetic and funny" first novel stars a young lawyer named Lily having serious doubts about marriage

  12. Matthew Pearl’s new novel, about literary pirates, "is imbued with the twilight romance ... of a final grand caper."

  13. In Hollywood roundup, Lisa Schwarzbaum on books about Alfred Hitchcock, Judy Garland and more.

  14. Drawn and Quarterly's 25th anniversary brings "an exuberantly entertaining anthology of short comics."

  15. Laura Lippman reviews Stephen King’s “Finders Keepers,” the second entry in a planned trilogy:

  16. What if Earth’s moon suddenly broke into seven large pieces? Neal Stephenson answers in "Seveneves."

  17. A "beautifully written" new book tells of the daughters of samurai families who were “volunteered” for study abroad.

  18. In big roundup of new humor books, Michael Ian Black reviews Dave Barry, Brad Garrett and more.

  19. This season's cookbooks include a collection of "genius" dishes and a "poetically written" guide to chicken:

  20. Genevieve Valentine on new science fiction and fantasy, including Terry Pratchett’s “A Blink of the Screen.”

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