9 New Books Destined to Become Classics [SHOWING SLIDE 1 OF 9]

How soon is too soon to call a recently published book a modern classic? Just because critics praise a new book and readers buy it doesn’t mean that book will be read by future generations. The awed whispers of adulation we’ve been hearing about the nine books in this week’s list let us know they stand out—we don’t have a crystal ball, but all of these books deserve to be read far into the future. For the here and now, if you haven’t picked up these titles, get on it!

LOVERS AT THE CHAMELEON CLUB, PARIS 1932 by Francine Prose
Kirkus Star
by Francine Prose

"Brilliant and dazzling Prose."
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