The New York Times Book Review. Woody Talks

At the beginning of December the New York Times Sunday Book Review listed the . I was a bit dismayed to find, when I read through the list, that I had not read one single book this year that they listed as notable.

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This is one of the best known book review websites (and papers). It’s a popular site and here you’ll find many great book reviews. Find both hardcover and paperback books reviewed here – fiction, nonfiction, trade fiction, mass-market fiction and nonfiction. The New York Times Book Review is very well respected and many find their book reviews to be very useful in finding that great new book to read – whether keeping up with your profession or looking for a new book for the beach.


The New York Times Book Review, May 23, 2010

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What was the first illicit or forbidden novel you read? Flowers in the Attic? Forever...? Fifty Shades of Grey? The New York Times Book Review .


The best in picture books, middle grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction, selected by the children’s books editor of The New York Times Book Review.The world's top authors and critics join host Pamela Paul and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world. The New York Times Book Review is a Goliath in the industry. In fact, according to Wikipedia, it's one of the most influential and widely read book review publications there is. But as of late, the NYT has come under fire for an underrepresentation of African-American literature. What was the first illicit or forbidden novel you read? Flowers in the Attic? Forever...? Fifty Shades of Grey? The New York Times Book Review . In honor of its upcoming Sex issue, the Book Review will be publishing the best responses on Friday, along with essays from Nicholson Baker, Alison Bechdel, Rachel Kushner, Geoff Dyer and Jackie Collins. We're especially interested in hearing what dirty book first shocked Baker, whose phone sex ode Vox instantly comes to mind with the phrase "illicit books."