Literary Fiction

Look How Happy I'm Making You

Look How Happy I'm Making You

"Among the thousands of books for prospective and new parents, I doubt any will make you feel more understood and less alone than this one."ANTHONY DOERR, author of ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE“Armed...

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The Illness Lesson

The Illness Lesson

"Astoundingly original, this impressive debut belongs on the shelf with your Margaret Atwood and Octavia Butler collections."--New York Times Book ReviewNamed a most anticipated book of 2020 by Time, Vanity Fair, Esquire, O...

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kaddish.com

kaddish.com

The celebrated Pulitzer finalist and prize-winning author of Dinner at the Center of the Earth and What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank delivers...

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Landfall

Landfall

Set during the tumultuous middle of the George W. Bush years—amid the twin catastrophes of the Iraq insurgency and Hurricane Katrina—Landfall brings Thomas Mallon's cavalcade...

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Tyll

Tyll

From the internationally best-selling author of You Should Have Left, Measuring the World, and F, a transfixing retelling of the German myth of Tyll Ulenspiegel: a story about the devastation...

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Weather

Weather

From the author of the nationwide best seller Dept. of Speculation--one of the New York Times Book Review's Ten Best Books of the Year--a hilarious and shimmering tour...

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The Convert

The Convert

In this dazzling work of historical fiction, the Man Booker International–long-listed author of War and Turpentine reconstructs the tragic story of a medieval noblewoman who...

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Interior Chinatown

Interior Chinatown

"One of the funniest books of the year has arrived, a delicious, ambitious Hollywood satire." —The Washington PostNamed a Most Anticipated Book by: Entertainment Weekly, Time Magazine, The A.V. Club, Lit...

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Goulash

Goulash

A novel that stirs together the perfect proportions of humor, history, romance, and myth to bring to brilliant life a people, a time, and a city Eager to escape...

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To the Edge of Sorrow

To the Edge of Sorrow

From "fiction's foremost chronicler of the Holocaust" (Philip Roth), here is a haunting novel about an unforgettable group of Jewish partisans fighting the Nazis during World War...

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Zed

Zed

“[An] insightful, unsettling look at how technology impacts our lives. . .Kavenna has skillfully made our present feel like dystopian fiction.” USA TODAYFrom...

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The Man Who Never Stopped Sleeping

The Man Who Never Stopped Sleeping

A young holocaust survivor tries to create a new life in the newly established state of Israel.Erwin doesn’t remember much about his journey across Europe when...

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A Passage to India

A Passage to India

Britain’s three-hundred-year relationship with the Indian subcontinent produced much fiction of interest but only one indisputable masterpiece: E. M. Forster’s...

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Topics of Conversation

Topics of Conversation

For readers of Sally Rooney, Rachel Cusk, Lydia Davis, and Jenny Offill--a compact tour de force about sex, violence, and self-loathing from a ferociously talented new voice in fictionMiranda...

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The Song of Names (Movie Tie-in Edition)

The Song of Names (Movie Tie-in Edition)

Now a major motion pictureMartin Simmonds’ father tells him, “Never trust a musician when he speaks about love.” The advice comes too late. Martin already...

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A Bend in the River

A Bend in the River

Widely hailed as Nobel Prize-winning author V. S. Naipaul’s greatest work, A Bend in the River takes us deeply into the life of a young Indian man who moves to an isolated...

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The Plotters

The Plotters

“[A] powerhouse of a novel....It reads as if Haruki Murakami rewrote The Day of the Jackal.” - Locus Magazine "Editor's Choice" New York Times Book Review...

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The Changing Light at Sandover

The Changing Light at Sandover

A welcome return to paperback: James Merrill’s most famous and celebrated work.

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Mary Toft; or, The Rabbit Queen

Mary Toft; or, The Rabbit Queen

In 1726, in the town of Godalming, England, a woman confounded the nation’s medical community by giving birth to seventeen rabbits. This astonishing true story is the basis...

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The Stories of Alice Adams

The Stories of Alice Adams

With a foreword by Victoria Wilson, Alice Adams’s longtime editor.   Famous for illuminating the hidden workings of human relationships, Alice Adams's work was a staple...

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The Innocents

The Innocents

People Magazine Book of the Week"Extraordinary."--Wall Street Journal"Gripping."--Emma Donoghue, author of Room"Dazzling."--Smith Henderson, author of Fourth of July Creek"Fantastic."--Kevin...

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Think, Write, Speak

Think, Write, Speak

A rich compilation of the previously uncollected Russian and English prose and interviews of one of the twentieth century's greatest writers, edited by Nabokov experts Brian Boyd and Anastasia Tolstoy"I...

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Berlin Stories

Berlin Stories

A gorgeously jacketed hardcover anthology of classic stories set in Berlin, by an international array of brilliant writers.Spanning more than a century, this collection of stories reflects Berlin's rich and turbulent...

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Elsey Come Home

Elsey Come Home

ONE OF THE “BEST WOMEN’S FICTION OF 2019 (SO FAR)”—MARIE CLAIRE ONE OF THE “61 BOOKS WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO READING IN 2019”—THE HUFFINGTON POST ONE OF THE “16 FICTION RELEASES TO WATCH FOR”—WASHINGTON...

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