Read Stories Instead
In honor of Ishiguro's Nobel lecture last night, we revisit our woolly musings on 2015's The Buried Giant.
Everybody loves SF/F adaptations these days. We'd like to see these.
The Unbound Writers picked their favorites to recommend books that will see you and your friends and families through the holiday season and beyond.
S.A. Chakraborty's debut novel sweeps readers away on a flying carpet to the magical city of Daevabad, where Cairo orphan Nahri will learn the truth - both the incredible and the ugly - about her family's history.
Blake Crouch's Dark Matter is a light science fiction adventure about the road not traveled. Let's dive in!
Need an epic fix while you wait for the Game of Thrones finale? Look no further than the beauty and bluntly rendered brutality of Linnea Hartsuyker's adrenaline-fueled historical novel set in ninth-century Norway.
The Unbound Writers go trick-or-treating down Memory Lane for Halloween horror recommendations.
Read Strange Weather with a nice warm blanket you can hide under.
This Friday the 13th the Fiction Unbounders discuss their favorite Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and how these tales became the source material for favorite childhood nightmares.
Paolo Bacigalupi's Tool of War examines questions of biological determinism, free will and the unforeseen consequences of genetic engineering.