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Iliad and Odyssey

by Homer, Samuel Butler & Stephanie L. Budin

The Iliad and The Odyssey are two of the oldest works of Western literature—yet these ancient myths still offer powerful lessons for our times. From the fascinating fall of Troy to Odysseus's perilous journey...


Innocence: A Novel

by Louis B. Jones

A beautifully written book set in Marin County, Innocence is a philosophical novel that follows John Gegenuber, a former Episcopal priest who has given up his parish and vocation to become a real estate agent....


Death of a Unicorn

by Peter Dickinson

A successful romance novelist answers the phone and a tragic death from thirty years before is cast in new light.


Edgar Allan Poe: Collected Works

by Edgar Allan Poe & Adrienne J. Odasso

Edgar Allan Poe was a master of tales of the mysterious and macabre. From the eerie incantations of “The Raven” to the persistent fright of “The Tell-Tale Heart,” his stories and poems are unforgettable...


Fight Song: A Novel

by Joshua Mohr

When his bicycle is intentionally run off the road by a neighbor's SUV, something snaps in Bob Coffin. Modern suburban life has been getting him down and this is the last straw. To avoid following in his own...


Stupid Children

by Lenore Zion

Jane lived happily in Miami Beach with her father until his failed suicide attempt and relocation to a mental hospital forced her into the foster care system. By chance, Jane is assigned to foster parents in...


Junky: The Definitive Text of "Junk"

by William S. Burroughs

Junk is not, like alcohol or a weed, a means to increased enjoyment of life. Junk is not a kick. It is a way of life.

In his debut novel, Junky, Burroughs fictionalized his experiences using and peddling heroin...


A Bridge Between Us: A Novel

by Julie Shigekuni

Four generations of Japanese American women make  their home in a large house in San Francisco,  united by the obligations of family and tradition and,  perhaps, by love. In alternating chapters, the  four...


Lenin's Kisses

by Yan Lianke & Carlos Rojas

A mystifying climatic incongruity begins the award-winning novel Lenin’s Kisses—an absurdist, tragicomic masterpiece set in modern day China. Nestled deep within the Balou mountains, spared from the government’s...


Wrecked

by Charlotte Roche & Tim Mohr

"Sex is the answer to death."—Charlotte Roche

In her controversial first novel, Wetlands, which The New York Times called "a cri de coeur against the oppression of a waxed, shaved, douched and otherwise sanitized...


Suicide Blonde

by Darcey Steinke

A tour-de-force from one of the most daring and sensuous young writers in America, Suicide Blonde is the intensely erotic story of a young woman’s sexual and psychological odyssey, which Vanity Fair has called...


Light Years

by James Salter

This exquisite, resonant novel by PEN/Faulkner winner James Salter is a brilliant portrait of a marriage by a contemporary American master. It is the story of Nedra and Viri, whose favored life is centered around...


Firefly

by Severo Sarduy & Mark Fried

Firefly is a dream-like evocation of pre-war Cuba, replete with hurricanes, mystical cults and slave-markets. The story is the coming-of-age of a precocious and exuberant boy with an oversized head and underdeveloped...


The Eleven

by Pierre Michon, Elizabeth Deshays & Jody Gladding

In The Eleven, Michon lets us into the world of Corentin, a painter shaoed by—and who eventually shapes—history. Brought up among provincial aristocracy to become a favorite of Parisian society—his paintings...


Grind

by Mark Maynard

The gritty realism of Hemingway joins the irreverence of Edward Abbey in the resilient characters of these linked short stories.


David

by Ray Robertson

Set in nineteenth-century Chatham, David's rebellious hero breaks us in to a little-known place and time in black history.


Jordan County: A Novel

by Shelby Foote

Before Shelby Foote under took his epic history of the Civil War, he wrote this fictional chronicle -- "a landscape in narrative" -- of Jordan County, Mississippi, a place where the traumas of slavery, war,...


Beatsploitation

by Kevin Curran

One good track could change everything. Just one good track and Rob Lynch can finally quit his suburban teaching job and get his band, the Terrors, once Dublin’s next big thing, the fame and recognition they...


One of Ours

by Willa Cather

Willa Cather's Pulitzer Prize-winning narrative of the making of a young American soldier

Claude Wheeler, the sensitive, aspiring protagonist of this beautifully modulated novel, resembles the youngest son of...


The House of Jasmine

by Ibrahim Abdel Meguid & Noha Radwan

On June 13, 1974, Shagara, a low-level employee at the Alexandria shipyard, is charged with taking workers to cheer for the motorcade of Egyptian President Sadat and his guest President Nixon. Instructed to...