In Ian McEwan’s “Machines Like Me,” artificial intelligence raises more problems than it solves.
In ‘Machines Like Me’ by Ian McEwan, a couple builds a robot human and that’s not even the craziest part.
The epic environmental novel sounds the alarm about the health of the world’s forests.
In “Outside Looking In,” a psychologist gets sucked into the LSD evangelist’s orbit.
Ron Charles reviews ‘Outside Looking In’ by T.C. Boyle, a novel full of LSD, sex and graduate school.
The novel begins at a performing arts school in the 1980s then veers into unpredictable territory.
The Washington Post’s Ron Charles thinks there are some real life lessons to be learned from Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s children’s books — just not the ones she intended.
Miriam Toews’s novel “Women Talking” explores the response to an unspeakable crime.
A newly devout man finds his faith tested in this funny, insightful novel.
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