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Tutto o niente

by Alessandro Pugliese

Una storia sull’intolleranza e sulla paura del diverso. È la prima volta che gli abitanti di un piccolo borgo abbarbicato su una collina del Meridione d’Italia entrano in contatto con gente diversa da loro....


The Morels

by Christopher Hacker

The Morels─Arthur, Penny, and Will─are a happy family of three living in New York City. So why would Arthur choose to publish a book that brutally rips his tightly knit family unit apart at the seams? Arthur's...


The Magician

by Sol Stein

Over 2 million copies sold in print, and now available in digital format for the first time! At their big prom, Ed Japhet scares the wits out of the attendees with his fantastic and dangerous feats of magic....


My Reminiscences

by Rabindranath Tagore

I know not who paints the pictures on memory's canvas; but whoever he may be, what he is painting are pictures; by which I mean that he is not there with his brush simply to make a faithful copy of all that...


Happy Baby

by Stephen Elliott

Stephen Elliott's new novel, Happy Baby, explores how pain can define desire, how the future becomes the past, and how grace struggles with self-destruction. The story, told in reverse, begins with thirty-six-year-old...


Transit

by Anna Seghers, Margot Bettauer Dembo & Peter Conrad

Anna Seghers’s Transit is an existential, political, literary thriller that explores the agonies of boredom, the vitality of storytelling, and the plight of the exile with extraordinary compassion and insight....


The Natural Order of Things

by Kevin Keating

From a startling new voice in American fiction comes a dark, powerful novel about a tragic city and its inhabitants over the course of one Halloween weekend.

Set in a decaying Midwestern urban landscape, with...


Dear Lucy: A Novel

by Julie Sarkissian

I go down the stairs quiet like I am something without any weight. I open the door in the dark and the cold sucks my skin towards it. It is the morning but there is no sun yet, just white light around the edges....


Gardens in the Dunes: A Novel

by Leslie Marmon Silko

A sweeping, multifaceted tale of a young Native American pulled between the cherished traditions of a heritage on the brink of extinction and an encroaching white culture, Gardens in the Dunes is the powerful...


Mo Said She Was Quirky

by James Kelman

James Kelman, the Man Booker Prize–winning author of How Late It Was, How Late, tells the story of Helen—a sister, a mother, a daughter—a very ordinary young woman. Her boyfriend said she was quirky but...


The Humanity Project

by Jean Thompson

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Year We Left Home, a dazzling new novel hailed as an “instantly addictive...tale of yearning, paradox, and hope.” (Booklist

 

After surviving a horrific...


Appointment in Samarra

by John O'Hara, Neil Gower & Charles McGrath

The best-loved book by the writer whom Fran Lebowitz compared to the author of The Great Gatsby, calling him “the real F. Scott Fitzgerald”

One of the great novels of small-town American life, Appointment...


Fresh Fields

by Peter Kocan

Homeless and alone, coerced by strange voices and haunted by a history of family violence, a disturbed youth drifts between town and the Australian outback. Along the way, he grows increasingly isolated and...


The Lost Sailors

by Jean-Claude Izzo

From one of France’s best-known authors comes this evocative meditation on the human comedy. A freighter is impounded in the port of Marseilles when its owners declare bankruptcy. On board, the men are divided:...


A Sun for the Dying

by Jean-Claude Izzo & Howard Curtis

A year before his untimely death, Jean-Claude Izzo penned his masterpiece: this dramatic story of a man’s search for human intimacy.

 

Rico has been banished to society’s margins; he has neither a roof...


The Paperboy

by Pete Dexter

Now a major motion picture directed by Lee Daniels starring Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, David Oyelowo, and Macy Gray, with John Cusack and Nicole Kidman

 

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

 

“An eerie and beautiful...


The Third Son: A Novel

by Julie Wu

"Clear your schedule! The Third Son is your next obsessive read. Julie Wu's book reads like an instant classic."  -Lydia Netzer, author of Shine Shine Shine

In the middle of a terrifying air raid in Japanese-occupied...


Most Secret

by Nevil Shute

Aboard a fishing boat named “Genevieve,” a small group of British officers and French fishermen—armed only with a flame thrower and small arms—plan a secret commando mission against the might of the...


All Souls

by Javier Marias & John Banville

By one of the most important voices in contemporary world literature, a darkly comic novel about that most British of institutions, Oxford University.

In All Souls, a visiting Spanish lecturer, viewing Oxford...


Dark Back of Time

by Javier Marias

A book by Spain's greatest living writer weaves fiction and fact into a completely original and unforgettable hybrid.

Called by its author a "false novel," Dark Back of Time begins with the tale of the odd effects...