What's this literary novel about a woman falling in love with a sea creature? [more inside]
What's this humorous SF mystery? [more inside]
I was relieved to hear that they found the Chilean miners alive, and amazed that they will be trapped for four months until rescue.
It also reminded me that I like reading books about people who are isolated somewhere for a long time. (I hope this doesn't sound morbid.)
I'm not so much interested in tragedy and death; I'm more interested in the psychology and group dynamics of people who are forced to live closely together.
Space station? Submarine? Post-apocalyptic abandoned museum? [more inside]
Recommend me page-turners from before 1990! [more inside]
Women writers like Neal Stephenson, are there any? [more inside]
I'm looking for a really good story--I feel like I'm drowning in books but there's nothing I really want to read. I'm tired of all these 'literary' novels where nothing really happens, or the big best-sellers that are all action and no substance.
I don't really care what genre, fiction, nonfiction, anything is fine as long as it really sucks you in. [more inside]