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Five standout new releases of the month—and one old favorite to revisit.
This month, devour a dark novel, laugh with a collection of essays, admire the exhibition book of the season, and return to a summer favorite.From Ottessa Moshfegh, author of Eileen, comes a disturbing, captivating story about the struggles of depression in high society. ...
Four standout new releases of the month—and one old favorite to revisit.
This month, dive into an unexpected literary novel, enjoy a heartbreaking memoir, pour over a book as lovely as any garden, and revisit a classic heading for the silver screen.BUY NOW $17.70It’s been almost five years since Rachel Kushner’s sophomore novel, The Flamethrowers, which ...
These are the best new releases (and revisits) to spring you into the new season.
As we emerge from our winter haunts, it's time to refresh with some new stories. Here are the best new books to read this coming spring.BUY NOW $18.87In the latest from the brilliant British author Alan Hollinghurst (The Line of Beauty, The Swimming ...
New year, new book list.
Whether or not "reading more" was written into your New Year's resolutions, these books are sure to help you kick off 2018 on the right foot.Set in New Orleans around the birth of the Jazz Age, this eclectic novel by Nathaniel Rich ...
A selection of the year's must-read books for every literary personality.
What better way to salute the year past than with these fabulous titles, handpicked by the editors at T&C.$17 (P874.19)Katie Kitamura’s short novel packs a punch. The slim volumes tells the story of two people whose marriage is falling apart—that is, until ...
A touching family memoir, a tale of dystopian America, and more.
1. The Big-Deal NovelSet in dystopian America, New York Times bestselling author Louise Erdrich returns with a gripping tale of survival and sacrifice in her new novel Future Home of the Living God. Follow Cedar, a young mom-to-be, as she searches for her birth mother in ...