Literary

Best Selling / Page 191

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete Literary

 

Origin

English (3401)

Hispanophone (137)

Asian (128)

Francophone (122)

Australian, pacific, oceanian and polynesian (92)

Middle eastern (90)

Germanophone (86)

African (54)

Italian (50)

Nordic (39)

Lusophone (36)

Slavic (27)

Dutch (10)

Hungarian (10)

 

Language

English (17628)

French (5815)

German (1842)

Spanish (4051)

Italian (2673)

 

Protection

All (17628)

DRM Free (636)

DRM (16987)

More options

Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer

by Peter Turchi

In Maps of the Imagination, Peter Turchi posits the idea that maps help people understand where they are in the world in the same way that literature, whether realistic or experimental, attempts to explain human...


Confusing Love With Obsession: When Being in Love Means Being in Control

by John D Moore

Confusing Love with Obsession is a must-read for anyone involved in a dangerously obsessive relationship. Fueled by an overwhelming fear of abandonment, people involved in obsessive relationships will go to...


Willful Creatures

by Aimee Bender

Aimee Bender’s Willful Creatures conjures a fantastical world in which authentic love blooms. This is a place where a boy with keys for fingers is a hero, a woman’s children are potatoes, and a little boy...


Lilies Without

by Laura Kasischke

Laura Kasischke's dark myths return to us here more frightening and more exciting than ever.


The Greatest Man in Cedar Hole: A Novel

by Stephanie Doyon

Welcome to Cedar Hole — a town where mediocrity reigns supreme thanks to a dreary climate, a defunct railroad, and citizens who are held captive by apathy and paranoia. Among them: an elementary school teacher...


Farmer's Almanac: A Work of Fiction

by Chris Fink

In Chris Fink’s debut work of fiction, America’s rural core is cracked open to reveal moments of stark beauty and cruelty. Farmer’s Almanac—a new Midwestern Gothic—is an imaginary handbook for rural...


This Is What We Do

by Tom Hansen

James Nethery is in a crisis. It’s not the first time the facade of his comfortable life has crumbled, but this time it's for good. On a whim he bolts to Paris. Alone, he wanders the streets until he meets...


Echolocation: a novel

by Myfanwy Collins

Three women return home to the Adirondacks, prompting a murder, a suicide, and an accident. “A dazzling debut!” —Ellen Meister


Other Heartbreaks: stories

by Patricia Henley

Nine elegant, moving stories from National Book Award finalist Patricia Henley delve into the bonds and betrayals among women.


The Painter's Wife

by Monique Durand & Sheila Fischman

An extraordinary novel about art and passion inspired by the lives of two great artists, Evelyn Rowat and René Marcil.


Darwin Alone in the Universe

by M.A.C. Farrant

This brilliant collection of satirical short stories explores the evolving corporate construction of reality in the media and information age.


Death in Vancouver

by Garry Thomas Morse

Since the debut of Garry Thomas Morse’s first collection deemed “experimental fiction,” Death in Vancouver has drawn fervid enthusiasm from many West Coast writers and artists. Set in Vancouver, B.C., this...


Crossing the Continent

by Michel Tremblay & Sheila Fischman

Quebec's literary supernova take his readers on delightful, historic (1913) cross-country train ride where we encounter a charming cast.


Cha-Ching!

by Ali Liebegott

A tender, unforgettable story about being young and broke in America, and the conjoined hearts of love and addiction.


Hope Leslie: or, Early Times in the Massachusetts

by CatharineMaria Sedgwick, Carolyn Karcher & Carolyn L. Karcher

Set in seventeenth-century New England in the aftermath of the Pequod War, Hope Leslie not only chronicles the role of women in building the republic but also refocuses the emergent national literature on...


By the Pound

by Marcus Bleecker

Whites, colors, darks. It seems like doing laundry would be a fairly simple task, but for many people there just isn't the time. Enter a place like By the Pound, where you can simply drop off your clothes and...


Gut Symmetries

by Jeanette Winterson

The highwire artist of the English novel redraws the romantic triangle for the post-Einsteinian universe, where gender is as elastic as matter, and any accurate Grand Unified Theory (GUT) must encompass desire...


The PowerBook

by Jeanette Winterson

Winterson enfolds her seventh novel within the world of computers, and transforms the signal development of our time into a wholly human medium. The story is simple: an e-mail writer called Ali will compose...


Written on the Body

by Jeanette Winterson

The most beguilingly seductive novel to date from the author of The Passion and Sexing the Cherry. Winterson chronicles the consuming affair between the narrator, who is given neither name nor gender, and the...


The Interestings: A Novel

by Meg Wolitzer

Named a best book of the year by Entertainment Weekly, Time, and The Chicago Tribune, and named a notable book by The New York Times Book Review and The Washington Post

“Remarkable . . . With this book [Wolitzer]...