Texas Book Festival
Welcome to the Texas Book Festival, the premier literary event in the Lone Star state, sponsored in part by Kirkus Reviews, where we invite you to Discover. Read. Review.
For eight decades, Kirkus has been the first word on books. With the launch of our new website, it’s easier than ever to access our unparalleled content. The vastly improved kirkusreviews.com
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For the Texas Book Festival, we pulled together our reviews of the books by the event’s featured authors
, and we interviewed all the stars:
- Chris Barton executes an epic toy battle
- Joseph O’Neill delves into nonfiction with a searing portrayal of his grandfathers, both POWs in WWII
- Justin Cronin goes post-apocalyptic with a vampire tale
- Emily Fox Gordon contemplates the personal essay
- H.W. Brands considers our capitalist democracy
- Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier pit unicorns against zombies
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