The series reaches an emotional, kind of troubling, finale.
Annie and Owen come to a realization as Gertie continues to process her trauma.
Owen and Annie’s adventures in a mob story and a fantasy land, respectively, take odd turns.
In a stormy season of Trump exposés, Lewis’s explainer of government (dys)function earns the highest praise.
The great, the good, the not so good, and those we’ll just pretend never happened.
Annie (or “Annia”) finds herself in a fantasy world that’s not quite what Tolkien readers might expect.
Justin Theroux and Sally Field take center stage in an episode focusing on the Mantlerays.
A spontaneous choreographed dance routine, Sally Field, and a fancy con game all figure into the series’ fifth episode.
On the 150th anniversary of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, critics are lining up to praise its pioneering feminism. They’re wrong.
The series takes a weird (even for Maniac) turn in an episode involving the search for a stolen lemur.
The question undergirding nearly every review of the now-complete series is whether he regrets that his quest for truth upended his entire family.
Annie and Owen have strikingly different experiences with an experimental drug.
Annie pushes her way into the study and gets to relive the worst day of her life.
An ambitious series starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone kicks off with a lonely man making a decision about his future while confused about his past.
Jeffrey Eugenides’s haunting, faux-nostalgic 1993 novel changed the way we consume adolescence in pop culture.
In our second installment of Lit Parade, a look at a memoir by Steve Jobs’s daughter with literary chops that caught critics by surprise.
“We tried so many versions. There are so many different ways to do that ending.”
The novel and the show soften the story in different places.
We should have known all along.
It’s easy to find a novel that a publisher claims is “like a cross between Gillian Flynn and …” but few live up to the hype. Here are seven that do.
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