Welcome to your one-stop shop for book-related interestingness. Here you'll find an array of reading recommendations, commentary, and good ol' articles about authors and book people talking about why they love the books they love.
PW's Best Books of 2012
PW's best books -- 140 can't miss books from 2012, plus archives of our previous best books features going back to 2009.
The Top 10 Most Difficult Books
Want to stretch your brain? Try this list of some of the toughest books out there.
The Top 10 Essays Since 1950
If you're in the mood for something shorter, we've got a list of the best essays from the post-war era, selected by Robert Atwan, founer of the Best American Essays series.
The Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2013
Mark your calendars for these books of spring 2013.
The 10 Most Notorious Parts of Famous Books
The most infamous passages of famous books.
10 Classic Books You Read in High School You Should Reread Right Now
Did you skip English class to watch Saved by the Bell reruns? Here are some books to revisit from your Trapper Keeper days.
The Bestselling Books of 2012
The books that sold the most in 2012.
How Many Copies Does It Take To Be an Amazon Bestseller?
The million dollar question.
The Top 10 Horror Stories
Some fine, frightening fiction from Lovecraft to King.
The 13 Worst Reviews of Classic Books
Famously terrible pans of great novels.
The Jane Austen Novels Ranked
What's the best Jane Austen novel? Our expert picks a surprising winner.
The Top 10 Charles Dickens Books
And when you're done with the Auten ouevre, here's a guide to the best of Charles Dickens.
The Most Dysfunctional Families in Literature
The messiest and craziest families ever shoved between two covers.
The 10 Best Narrators in Literature
Holden Caulfield and Huck Finn are up there, but who else is among the best narrators in literature?
Books I Love: Ken Jennings
Read like a Jeopardy! champion. Ken Jennings give us his favorite books, reluctantly.
10 Books for Twentysomethings
Great books for the disaffected young ones among us.
The Top 10 Cities in Literature
Madrid, New York, and Tulsa (!) make the list. What other cities have been given the best portraits in literature?