• FICTION

    FIND ME

    FEB. 17, 2015

FICTION

FIND ME

by Laura van den Berg

A sad story about a sad girl slouching toward the end of the world. Full review >

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    A BRIEF STOP ON THE ROAD FROM AUSCHWITZ

    FEB. 24, 2015

NONFICTION

A BRIEF STOP ON THE ROAD FROM AUSCHWITZ

by Göran Rosenberg translated by Sarah Death

A deeply felt story and a sobering reminder of the long shadows of the Holocaust. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    GET IN TROUBLE

    FEB. 3, 2015

FICTION

GET IN TROUBLE

by Kelly Link

Exquisite, cruelly wise and the opposite of reassuring, these stories linger like dreams and will leave readers looking over... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    A TOUCH OF STARDUST

    FEB. 17, 2015

ROMANCE

A TOUCH OF STARDUST

by Kate Alcott

Well-crafted commercial fiction displaying intelligence and nuance as Julie ponders Hollywood’s dizzying fantasy/reality... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    DISGRUNTLED

    FEB. 3, 2015

FICTION

DISGRUNTLED

by Asali Solomon

Blackness, feminism and the loss of virginity have never been analyzed by a more astute and witty main character. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    SINGLE, CAREFREE, MELLOW

    FEB. 3, 2015

FICTION

SINGLE, CAREFREE, MELLOW

by Katherine Heiny

These young women are sympathetic and slyly seductive, sometimes selfish and maddeningly un–self-aware, but they are... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    FUNNY GIRL

    FEB. 3, 2015

FICTION

FUNNY GIRL

by Nick Hornby

Years later, Sophie is getting ready to star in a play that's intended to revive her career. “The play is much better than I... Full review >

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  • NONFICTION

    EYE ON THE STRUGGLE

    FEB. 17, 2015

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

EYE ON THE STRUGGLE

by James McGrath Morris

A deeply researched, skillfully written biography about a previously underappreciated individual. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THE WHITES

    FEB. 17, 2015

THRILLER & SUSPENSE

THE WHITES

by Richard Price writing as Harry Brandt

In the wake of rage and sorrow, ordinary people respond by going crazy and screwing up. In this far-from-ordinary novel,... Full review >

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