Whether you’re an avid reader or just dabble in the occasional good read, we’ve got you covered! We’ve been reviewing books, interviewing interesting authors, and writing book-related articles since 2008. Take a peek below — we cover 30 different genres — so you’re bound to find a book that ticks your box. See what our reviewer thought of it. While we often provide a Bookshop.org link to buy any book that strikes your fancy here, we strongly encourage you to support your local bookstore and pick up a copy there.

Latest Interviews

Interview with Jazmine Joyner, Author of Devour: A Graphic Novel

"Devour" merges West African legend with modern Southern horror in a graphic novel by Jazmine Joyner, illustrated by Anthony Pugh. When...

Interview with Esther Mollica, Author of The Queen of Gay Street

Manhattan Book Review's Kristi Elizabeth interviews Esterh Mollica, author of The Queen of Gay Street. What prompted you to write your...

Interview with Salah el Moncef, Author of Now and Then

Manhattan Book Review’s Kristi Elizabeth interviews Salah el Moncef, author of Now and Then What inspired you to write Now and Then? Are...

Interview with Mike Trigg, Author of Bit Flip

Manhattan Book Review's Kristi Elizabeth interviews Mike Trigg, author of Bit Flip What made you decide to write a book about Silicon...

Latest Reviews

The Thingamajig

The Thingamajig

In The Thingamajig, a baby elephant offers to help find his mother’s thingamajig. In doing so, he encounters a whole host of creatures all looking for their own missing items: a “hoo-zee-wots-it,” a “hoo-pull-pewp,” a “shis-moo”, and a “na-nee na-nee,” to name but a...

Tree. Table. Book.

Tree. Table. Book.

Sophie and Sophie are best friends. That is surprising since they have little in common besides their names. One Sophie is eleven years old, while the other is eight times older—eighty-eight years old. But the two Sophies visit every day and have tea. The older Sophie...

Shelterwood: A Novel

Shelterwood: A Novel

In the 1990s, a park ranger in Oklahoma meets a precocious and spirited girl in a foster home where she is too easily overlooked. At the other end of the century, a girl runs away from an abusive stepfather, bringing with her a Choctaw girl her father adopted. The...

Jackpot Summer

Jackpot Summer

The Jacobson family has reunited to pack up their family beach house on Long Beach Island following the death of their mother. However, each of the adult children, Noah, Laura, Sophie, and Matthew, find it hard to say goodbye to their summer home as their father Leo...

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Latest Articles

Temptation Unleashed: Hot New Romance Reads

Embrace the warmth of the sun and the blossoming of new love with our curated selection of romance novels for the spring and summer seasons. From heartwarming tales of second chances to steamy encounters that sizzle under the summer heat, these books are sure to...

Fall Head Over Heels Roundup

Spring head first into some new romantic fiction this month and experience all the thrill, spills, and chills that accompany a fantastic love story. The five novels featured in this roundup are all forthcoming releases packed with fun, frolic, and plenty of humor, and...

Women-Led Graphic Novels

If you’re looking for a graphic novel that centers on the adventures of a strong, independent, and dynamic female lead character, then look no further than the five books featured in this roundup. From the past to the future to the deeply strange present, all five...

Through Another’s Eyes

The five memoirs included in this roundup detail the lives and experiences of five truly remarkable individuals. From mysterious medical conditions and life in cyberspace to culinary adventures and survival against the odds by way of adventuresome history, the stories...

Pride Month Roundup

In the United States, LGBTQ Pride Month is celebrated every June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots, which took place in New York City in 1969 and marked a turning point in the fight for equality. If you’re looking for some new queer reads to enjoy this June, then...

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