Like any politically engaged dystopian novel, my 2016 book, "Splinterlands," was meant to be a warning. I knew things could get that bad. I just didn’t think they would—not so quickly anyway.
Based on years of immersive reporting, Eliza Griswold’s “Amity and Prosperity” follows the legal battle that ensued when a single frack site began to affect three neighboring families.
Ron Chernow's biography, now in paperback, makes it clear: If Grant’s image doesn’t belong on Mount Rushmore, it should at least be acknowledged that if not for him, Lincoln’s might not be there.
You've seen "Gimme Shelter," but have you heard of Meredith Hunter? A new book re-examines one of the epochal events of the 1960s.