The Audio Book Club Goes Wild
Slate’s critics discuss Cheryl Strayed’s memoir of a summer on the Pacific Crest Trail.
Blackness VisibleClaudia Rankine’s poems explore how to write about yourself when your language pretends you don’t exist.
All Your Life, Charlie Brown. All Your Life.The complete history of Lucy’s pulling the football away.
Safe as HousesTana French’s extraordinary Dublin mysteries portray a city where everyone’s looking for a home.
Martin Amis’ Zones of InterestCritics want him to stop writing about the horrors of history. But his new novel suggests vicious satire might be an honest way to treat the deaths of millions.
A Likeness of WingsMarilynne Robinson flies higher and goes deeper into issues of faith and redemption in Lila.