• 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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  • TEEN

    ARCHIVIST WASP

    MAY 12, 2015

TEENS & YOUNG ADULT

ARCHIVIST WASP

by Nicole Kornher-Stace

Difficult, provocative, and unforgettable—the most dangerous kind of fiction. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    FATHERLAND

    JAN. 19, 2015

GRAPHIC NOVELS & COMICS

FATHERLAND

by Nina Bunjevac illustrated by Nina Bunjevac

The personal perspective humanizes historical currents that might otherwise seem abstract and inexplicable to American... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    DIETLAND

    MAY 26, 2015

FICTION

DIETLAND

by Sarai Walker

Part Fight Club, part feminist manifesto, an offbeat and genre-bending novel that aims high—and delivers. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THE LOST CHILD

    MARCH 10, 2015

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    THIS ANGEL ON MY CHEST

    OCT. 5, 2015

FICTION

THIS ANGEL ON MY CHEST

by Leslie Pietrzyk

Like Magic Rocks in a fishbowl, these stories turn the stones of grief into something bright, crystalline, mesmerizing. Full review >

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  • TEEN

    INK AND ASHES

    JUNE 1, 2015

TEENS & YOUNG ADULT

INK AND ASHES

by Valynne E. Maetani

This fantastic debut packs a highly suspenseful blend of action, intrigue, and teen romance. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THE PRIZE

    SEPT. 15, 2015

FICTION

THE PRIZE

by Jill Bialosky

Like Edward feels upon discovering a transcendent piece of art, this book finds that little opening at the edge of your soul... Full review >

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  • NONFICTION

    JACK LONDON

    SEPT. 1, 2015

NONFICTION

JACK LONDON

by Cecelia Tichi

A fruitful, well-written blend of cultural history, literary criticism, and biography. Now the only question is, where’s the... Full review >

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  • TEEN

    SCARLETT UNDERCOVER

    MAY 19, 2015

TEENS & YOUNG ADULT

SCARLETT UNDERCOVER

by Jennifer Latham

This whip-smart, determined, black Muslim heroine brings a fresh hard-boiled tone to the field of teen mysteries Full review >

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