The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was published in 2003 and has the unusual distinction of being available in separate editions that caters to both adults and children.
Seth J. Gillihan is a licensed psychologist and clinical assistant professor of psychology in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Pennsylvania. We asked him to pick his five favorite books about Mindfulness and, in this interview, we talk all about it.
Pet Sematary by Stephen King is a 1983 novel that proved yet again, what a knack the author has for writing compelling horror stories.
When a teen is terminally ill and a mysterious “center for wellness” steps forward to offer a potential cure – who are they to say no? However, the cure might come at too high a cost -- the patient's humanity.
From cinema and television to comic strips and live performances, there can be no doubt about the influence of the 1865 Lewis Carroll classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Eagerly awaited by fans, the second book in The Frith Chronicles: Dread Pirate Arcanist delves deeper into the world of arcane magic, mythical creatures, and the history of fan-favorites.
The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick was first published in 1962 and use an alternate historical time-line as its setting.
August has come and gone in the blink of an eye, but at least our readers managed to find a couple of good books to remember it by. Once again, there was something for everyone this August, regardless of genre.
Medical dramas have become a staple of American television, with viewers enthralled by the fast-paced world of medicine.
Lord of the Flies by William Golding was published in 1954 and soon became required reading in a number of schools and colleges. The plot, which sees a group of British boys survive a plane crash only to end up on an isolated island.