Authors including 'The End of Illness' David B. Agus will be offering video classes through Simon & Schuster. Topics include health, self-help, and finance.
Brown's sci-fi book is drawing praise for its quick plotting and a universe full of what one critic called 'epic mythos.'
Through the award, five schools in Britain and Ireland will receive funds for their libraries.
Centuries before the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris shocked the world this week, Voltaire was defending the right to express opinions that may offend.
'Effect' is Graeme Simsion's sequel to his bestselling romantic comedy novel 'The Rosie Project.'
Thomas Piketty's 'Capital in the 21st Century' is being critiqued by a pair of academic studies, both of which claim to have uncovered factual errors and flawed data.
July's upcoming book has received many positive reviews, with critics calling it 'compelling' and 'visionary,' though some felt that parts of the story were contrived and that some sections tried too hard to shock the reader.
'Sea' stars Chris Hemsworth as the first mate of the Essex, the crew of which encountered a sperm whale in the South Pacific.
The bestselling author is reportedly soliciting questions from readers about anything from problems in their own lives to queries about his novels. Murakami will publish his answers on his website over the coming months.
'The End of Power' – a respected, though modestly-selling, nonfiction book – has now been launched to a global audience thanks to Mark Zuckerberg.
Actors Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis star in the TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel's novel.
'Fiend' details Oswalt's movie habit in which he went to the movies three or more nights a week, viewing old and new films, as well as telling the story of the early days of his career.
Zuckerberg wrote that he's resolved to read more new books and is inviting Facebook users to join in.