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The Party by Elizabeth Day

  Praise Witty, dark and compelling” -Sebastian Faulks “Superb–clever, gripping, psychologically acute.” -Laura Barnett, author of The...

Gather the Daughters by Jennie...

Praise “Lyrical and ferocious, Jennie Melamed’s Gather the Daughters follows the young daughters of an isolated society...

When the English Fall by David...

  When the English Fall is a fascinating, dystopian novel that uses journal entries to recount the...

Grace by Paul Lynch

  PRAISE FOR GRACE: “ feels as though it has already claimed its place among great Irish...

House of Names by Colm Toibin

 “Brilliant…Tóibín’s accomplishment here is to render myth plausible while at the same time preserving its high drama…...

A Portrait of the Artist as a...

Review “Welcome, O life! I go to encounter for the millionth time the reality of experience and...

The Stranger by Albert Camus

Review The stranger Why can’t he just play the game? Why can’t he just lie about his...

Zero K by Don DeLillo

  Jeffrey Lockhart’s father, Ross, is a billionaire in his sixties, with a younger wife, Artis Martineau,...

Chasing the North Star by...

“Chasing the North Star is an epic journey, and Morgan’s vision of our dark past shines brilliantly...

Thirteen Ways of Looking by...

In such acclaimed novels as Let the Great World Spin and TransAtlantic, National Book Award–winning author Colum...

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