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Someone to Run With

by David Grossman, Vered Almog & Maya Gurantz

Earnest, awkward, and painfully shy, sixteen-year-old Assaf is having the worst summer of his life. With his big sister gone to America and his best friend suddenly the most popular kid in their class, Assaf...


Galatea 2.2

by Richard Powers

After four novels and several years living abroad, the fictional protagonist of Galatea 2.2—Richard Powers—returns to the United States as Humanist-in-Residence at the enormous Center for the Study of Advanced...


Be My Knife

by David Grossman, Vered Almog & Maya Gurantz

The international bestseller: a compelling love story from the leading Israeli novelist of his generation

"We could be like two people who inject themselves with truth serum, and at long last have to tell it--the...


Plowing the Dark

by Richard Powers

A dazzling new novel by the author of Galatea 2.2 and Gain

In a digital laboratory on the shores of Puget Sound, a band of virtual-reality researchers races to complete the Cavern, an empty white room that can...


The Marchesa

by Simonetta Agnello Hornby & Alastair Mcewen

A richly evocative tale of a woman's struggle for life and love  A triumphant follow-up to Simonetta Agnello Hornby's internationally

acclaimed The Almond Picker, this entertaining new novel is an intricate...


Pages for You

by Sylvia Brownrigg

A wry, tender novel of sexual and intellectual awakening. Something made her risk a look at the reader, who took a sip of black coffee. And another. She turned the pages. She pursed her lips. Flannery abandoned...


Trust Me, I'm a Banker

by David Charters

In the tradition of American Psycho comes this hilariously cynical and often-brutal novel skewering the world of investment banking, set in the heart of London high finance

Meet Dave Hart, just your typical...


A Hundred Flowers

by Gail Tsukiyama

A powerful new novel about an ordinary family facing extraordinary times at the start of the Chinese Cultural Revolution  China, 1957. Chairman Mao has declared a new openness in society: “Let a hundred...


The Land of Decoration

Desmond Elliott Prize 2012

by Grace McCleen

A mesmerizing debut about a young girl whose steadfast belief and imagination bring everything she once held dear into treacherous balanceIn Grace McCleen's harrowing, powerful debut, she introduces an unforgettable...


Elect Mr. Robinson for a Better World

by Donald Antrim

"A dark, suburban fantasy . . . richly funny, even whimsical, and bizarrely familiar." —The New YorkerIn the seaside community of Donald Antrim’s Elect Mr. Robinson for a Better World, the citizens are restless....


No One Thinks of Greenland

by John Griesemer

“You’ll want to scratch.” These spoken words open to us the strange and beguiling world of young Rudy Spruance, forced to join the military due to a mysterious past, and sent for some inexplicable reason...


The Variations

by John Donatich

A compelling sympathy of the faiths that fill the gap between who we set out to be and who we ultimately become

A powerful debut novel about a priest who has lost his church, his mentor, and, most upsetting,...


Everything You Know

by Zoe Heller

Zoë Heller’s first novel introduces an unforgettable curmudgeon, Willy Muller, an embittered journalist turned celebrity biographer and misanthrope. At the age of fifty, having survived imprisonment for murdering...


Erasure

by Percival Everett

Percival Everett’s Erasure is a blistering satire about race and writing

Thelonious "Monk" Ellison’s writing career has bottomed out: his latest manuscript has been rejected by seventeen publishers, which...


The Last Brother

by Nathacha Appanah & Geoffrey Strachan

In The Last Brother by Nathacha Appanah, 1944 is coming to a close and nine-year-old Raj is unaware of the war devastating the rest of the world. He lives in Mauritius, a remote island in the Indian Ocean,...


Assumption

by Percival Everett

A baffling triptych of murder mysteries by the author of I Am Not Sidney Poitier

Ogden Walker, deputy sheriff of a small New Mexico town, is on the trail of an old woman’s murderer. But at the crime scene,...


Goliath

by Susan Woodring

When Percy Harding, Goliath’s most important citizen, is discovered dead by the railroad tracks outside town one perfect autumn afternoon, no one can quite believe it’s really happened. Percy, the president...


If I Could Fly

by Judith Ortiz Cofer

Fifteen-year-old Doris is used to taking care of herself. Her musician parents have always spent more time singing in nightclubs than watching after her.  But when her ailing mother goes home to Puerto Rico...


People in Glass Houses

by Shirley Hazzard

Only those who keep their wit and affections about them will survive the mass conditioning of the Organization, where confusion solemnly rules and conformity is king. As in our world itself, humanity prevails...


The Evening of the Holiday

by Shirley Hazzard

In the words of Time magazine, “A near perfect novel...a small masterpiece” by the author of The Great Fire

Passionate undercurrents sweep in and out of this eloquent novel about a love affair in a summer...