Here are the headlines you may have missed this month.
Check out the trailer for The Comey Rule.
Cixin Liu’s THE THREE-BODY PROBLEM will be adapted for Netflix by Games of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss!
NPR reviews LUSTER + BEOWULF + SELF PORTRAIT WITH RUSSIAN PIANO + PIRANESI and interviews Claudia Rankine [JUST US] twice! NPR’s All Things Considered interviews Colin Quinn [OVERSTATED] + Susanna Clarke [PIRANESI].
Entertainment Weekly interviews Casey McQuiston. (But we did it first!), and it’s “Biggest and best books to read this fall” column highlights NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT + THE MEANING OF MARIAH + JACK + THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE.
The New York Times reviews THE LAST GREAT ROAD BUM + EL JEFE + MILL TOWN + LIKES + THE DISCOMFORT OF EVENING + THE CAIPLIE CAVES + DIVIDED WE FALL + THE FOLLY AND THE GLORY + JUST US + SILENCE IS MY MOTHER TONGUE + WAGNERISM + THE TYRANNY OF MERIT + THE WEIRDEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD and excerpts WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD.
CBS Studios has announced that they will be working with Stampede Ventures International to create and distribute an 8-part adaptation of Ragnar Jonasson’s book THE DARKNESS, the first of a chronologically-reversed trilogy of mystery novels that follow police detective Hulda Hermannsdottir.