• NONFICTION

    FURIOUSLY HAPPY

    SEPT. 22, 2015

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

FURIOUSLY HAPPY

by Jenny Lawson

Kudos to Lawson for being a flagrant and witty spokesperson for this dark subject matter. Full review >

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  • NONFICTION

    OUT ON THE WIRE

    AUG. 25, 2015

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

OUT ON THE WIRE

by Jessica Abel illustrated by Jessica Abel

A spirited work whose readership should not be limited to those who make radio narrative or love to listen to it. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    ANN TENNA

    SEPT. 15, 2015

GRAPHIC NOVELS & COMICS

ANN TENNA

by Marisa Acocella Marchetto

Zany with a touch of uplifting. You will be measurably hipper after reading it. Full review >

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    I, MIGRANT

    JULY 1, 2015

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    FEAR AND CLOTHING

    SEPT. 8, 2015

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FEAR AND CLOTHING

by Cintra Wilson

Prime sartorial satire for fashionistas aching for a dose of comic relief. Few write as bitingly about pop culture as Wilson. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    A WINDOW OPENS

    AUG. 25, 2015

FICTION

A WINDOW OPENS

by Elisabeth Egan

Women may not be able to have it all, but this novel can. Full review >

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  • TEEN

    A SCHOOL FOR BRIDES

    JULY 14, 2015

TEEN

A SCHOOL FOR BRIDES

by Patrice Kindl

This airy soufflé of a tale, garnished with quirky charm, is an unmitigated delight from start to finish. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    DAYS OF AWE

    AUG. 4, 2015

FICTION

DAYS OF AWE

by Lauren Fox

Read it for the magnetic voice and Fox's ever interesting perspective on work, love, friendship, and parenthood—because,... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    CHINA RICH GIRLFRIEND

    JUNE 16, 2015

FICTION

CHINA RICH GIRLFRIEND

by Kevin Kwan

Over-the-top and hard to stop. A third installment is promised. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THIS IS YOUR LIFE, HARRIET CHANCE!

    SEPT. 8, 2015

FICTION

THIS IS YOUR LIFE, HARRIET CHANCE!

by Jonathan Evison

Evison writes humanely and with good humor of his characters, who, like the rest of us, muddle through, too often without... Full review >

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