• FICTION

    THE ARRANGEMENT

    MARCH 21, 2017

FICTION

THE ARRANGEMENT

by Sarah Dunn

Dunn’s dryly humorous story about a marriage that goes dangerously off-road never loses its groove. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    A PIECE OF THE WORLD

    FEB. 21, 2017

FICTION

A PIECE OF THE WORLD

by Christina Baker Kline

It’s thin on plot, but Kline’s reading group–friendly novel delivers a character portrait that is painterly, sensuous, and... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    NORSE MYTHOLOGY

    FEB. 7, 2017

FICTION

NORSE MYTHOLOGY

by Neil Gaiman

Superb. Just the thing for the literate fantasy lover and the student of comparative religion and mythology alike. Full review >

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  • NONFICTION

    HOMO DEUS

    FEB. 21, 2017

HISTORY

HOMO DEUS

by Yuval Noah Harari

A relentlessly fascinating book that is sure to become—and deserves to be—a bestseller. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    A SEPARATION

    FEB. 7, 2017

FICTION

A SEPARATION

by Katie Kitamura

A minutely observed novel of infidelity unsettles its characters and readers. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    EXIT WEST

    MARCH 7, 2017

FICTION

EXIT WEST

by Mohsin Hamid

One of the most bittersweet love stories in modern memory and a book to savor even while despairing of its truths. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    QUICKSAND

    MARCH 7, 2017

FICTION

QUICKSAND

by Malin Persson Giolito ; translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles

Giolito gives us the unsettling monologue of a teenage girl as she works her way through her role in murder. It is a... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THE STOLEN CHILD

    FEB. 7, 2017

FICTION

THE STOLEN CHILD

by Lisa Carey

Magical realism of the best kind, utterly devoid of whimsy. Full review >

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