26 May 2015
Getting plenty of buzz this week (including an interview with NPR) is Sarai Walker’s Dietland, a look into the stigmas and pressures that women, in the protagonist’s case, fat women, face in American society. Paolo Bacigalupi, author of the renowned The Windup Girl, has a new book this week: The Water Knife. Get...
19 May 2015
Are you a fan of Garrison Keillor, Christopher Moore or Chuck Klosterman? Pick up bestselling humorist Michael Perry’s The Jesus Cow as this new novel explains faith and the foibles of modern life (available in Kindle eBook, Hardcover and Audiobook). If you like to follow award winning authors, consider Catherine...
15 May 2015
Fellow readers, Kazuo Ishiguro has done it again. The Buried Giant is his first book in a decade, and its sweeping narrative is guaranteed to enchant. He brings the same literary mind that crafted Never Let Me Go into the genre of magical realism, using familiar tropes to synthesize a...
12 May 2015
If you liked the books we mentioned in the 2014 Award Winners article, check out The Green Road, a new novel by a previous winner of the Man Booker Prize (Anne Enright). Fans of witty dialogue and propulsive narrative may enjoy Lisa Lutz’s How to Start a Fire, which is...
05 May 2015
What would happen if Adolf Hitler woke up in modern-day Berlin? Find out with Timur Vermes’ Look Who’s Back, available in Kindle eBook, Hardcover or Paperback format. If you’re not in the mood for satire, give Lucinda Riley’s The Seven Sisters a shot. Riley is an internationally bestselling author and...
28 Apr 2015
Do you enjoy speculating on the future? Look up Nicole Wallace’s Madame President for a novel including domestic and political intrigue about the 45th President of the United States. From the Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley (author of Some Luck), her next book Early Warning will be available in Kindle...
21 Apr 2015
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21 Apr 2015
Toni Morrison’s first novel to be set in our current time period is out this week – make sure to check out God Help the Child which you can buy in Paperback, Hardcover, Kindle eBook or Audiobook format. Feel more like reading a humorous new novel? Consider picking up The...
14 Apr 2015
This week’s new releases in Literary Fiction include two well-received debut novels, The Turner House by Angela Flourney and Oh, You Pretty Things by PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow, Shanna Mahin. The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg received acclaim from novelists Nancy Horan (Loving Frank) and Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan...
07 Apr 2015
Here are the latest Romance books for the week of April 7, 2015.