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The Fate of the Tearling | Erika Johansen
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I love love love this series and have been waiting so long for the final book but I must say the timing turned out perfectly. This is the dystopian fantasy I needed to read right now. Abby wrote a great essay about the series and what it means in this political climate for Google Play too: https://play.google.com/books/article/y23ktbdyae/fate-of-the-tearling

TrishB Can't wait to read this! On the Christmas list! 3y
Litsy I just got this on audio and can't wait to start it today. I love this series so much! 😭 3y
jessberk13 I have the first two stashed away on my Nook, when I can get the third (cheap) I will start the series! 3y
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Teresa3 I love this series too. I'm going to reread the first two before starting the third. 3y
tamstoj The audiobooks are fantastic!! 3y
[DELETED] 3144876009 Can't wait to read it!!!! Loved the first 2! 💖 3y
SassenachTheBookWizard I really need to read the final book! 2y
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The Infinite | Nicholas Mainieri
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"Mainieri‘s propulsive debut is a double coming-of-age story that spans the border." THE INFINITE is in the New York Times Book Review today! http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/11/20/books/review/mexico-in-fiction.html

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The Bob Watson: A Novel | Greg Bardsley
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I am coping with funny books (we book clubbed these two romps over the weekend) and eating all of the carbohydrates.

Cinfhen OMG 😲 That looks delicious 😋 3y
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Guys, I just need a laugh right now, and these truth facts hit the spot.

Donna_sBookMinute ?. I guess not even having the tube would be "Disaster" ! 3y
Lucylovesreading I told my husband he should show the guys at work this. This is everyday for a sailor on deployment! 😂 3y
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Today's the day to add NOT JUST JANE to your shelf! Don't you just want to slip this smokin' spine (featuring Mary Elizabeth Braddon) in between your deluxe editions of Austen & Brontë? Show 'em what history forgot!

LauraBrook I'm so excited for this!!! 3y
balletbookworm Yay!!! ❤️💗❤️💗❤️💗❤️🎉🎉 3y
LeahBergen This sounds great! 3y
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What if a young girl was responsible for the birth of horror cinema? OH AND what if she was immortal? Perfect timing for some Halloween x Hollywood ☠🕯🕸✨📽🎃

TheBookbabeblog84 Looks very interesting 3y
vivastory I stumbled on this a couple days ago. It looks really good. 3y
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Sunshine State: Essays | Sarah Gerard
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Sarah's essays are a fantastic mix of memoir and journalism and it just whipped me up in a Floridian frenzy. Still recovering, tbh.

Kkhalifeh Love that cover 3y
8leagueboot I went to the Everglades with my parents when I was a wee one and I don't think this girl from the woods of New Hampshire has ever recovered from Florida fever ❤️ 3y
Soubhiville What a gorgeous book! 3y
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Liberty 🔥🔥🔥🔥 3y
LauraBeth Gorgeous cover! 3y
Booklovers Awesome Cover. 👍 3y
Literatouristin So many nopes at one cover 😱 3y
TheBookStacker I NEED THIS NOW 3y
KCorter @Literatouristin So many nopes in one state. Florida is a scary place. Haha 3y
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The Past: A Novel | Tessa Hadley
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Rereading because Tessa is stateside! She's on the West Coast this week and then at the New Yorker Festival & McNally Jackson on the 8th.

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I couldn't love this book more, and then the first copies landed and this hot pink spine is screaming at me! 💞⚡️

Kkhalifeh Sexy! A good read too 😜 3y
Hornsby78 Ooo! I've gotta read this one! 3y
hwheaties Omg Olive, want! 3y
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Graciouswarriorprincess I can't wait to read this! 3y
LeahBergen Need! 3y
Pronounced_ing Ooh. Love that hot pink spine. 3y
eudaemaniacal totally delightful! I'm the kind of person to devotedly scour the Virago backlist and collect EVERY! SINGLE! Persephone publication so this was a perfect book for me. hoping we can get DeWees in the flesh at Magers and Quinn! 3y
go2yourlibrary Eudaemaniacal, I too love Virgo (esp travel!). And have become dangerously rabid about Persephone. Currently have a stack of Monica Dickens #TBR ! 3y
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I couldn't love this book more, and then the first copies landed and this hot pink spine is screaming at me! 💞⚡️

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Each one was glazed or filled or sprinkled, sitting beneath colorless fluorescents that made it look inside as if it were always the same time of night no matter how bright it might be outdoors. I always thought her interest in food photography should be encouraged: how long could someone ogle doughnuts without giving in and eating one?

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"Antonio Manzini creates an extraordinary character." —Andrea Camilleri

Excited to have the next Rocco Schiavone mystery in paperback, especially with these fabulous cover designs!

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All the Stars in the Heavens | Adriana Trigiani
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BIG fan of Adri and glad to finally have her latest in paperback. A bit of a departure heading over to Hollywood but she delivers with a glamorous cast of characters, glittering 1930s landscape, and sweeping love story.

PatriciaU Will have to try this one. Haven't read much of her work since her first two books. 3y
Reviewsbylola I definitely hope to get my hands on a copy of this soon. 3y
Traej73 Love her books! 3y
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bermudaonion Love her and this book!! 3y
Jlee745 I finished Valentine last night on my way to Panama CityBeach. I now have read five of her books and have loved them all. Adding this one to my list. 3y
OriginalCyn620 This is in my TBR pile. Can't wait to read it! 3y
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An Innocent Fashion | R.J. Hernndez
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Oh yes, I ate this right up. Ethan St. James, a wide-eyed Ivy League graduate, discovers that his dream of "making it" at a fashion magazine in NYC may well be his undoing. Fast, funny, and ruthless!

laurabradburywriter Looks like a yummy read. 3y
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The Runaway Wife: A Novel | Elizabeth Birkelund
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When you need to escape there's no place better to go than the Alps. Pick up Elizabeth's latest novel for a very cool adventure and the truth about how far one man will go to find...the runaway wife.

DebinHawaii Just about to start this one for a book tour & excited to read it! 📚👍 3y
Librarylady I'm just cracking this one open tonight myself since I have a blog tour coming up for it. 3y
Traej73 Sounds fun! Thanks for sharing! 3y
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The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules | Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg
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A runaway bestseller in Canada, I had to see what all the fuss was about! This is a funny and heart-warming adventure about a group of delinquent seniors going to the extreme in pursuit of a better quality of life. A little white collar (& white hair) crime keeps you sharp! 👵🏼🚔

MrBook 😂👍🏻 3y
RealLifeReading Sounds fun! 3y
Em890 Love the cover art! 3y
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Noonnie I love that title so much that I put it on my 'to read' list! 😍😜 3y
NerdyRev I think I have to read this! I love the cover. 3y
Hooked_on_books I will definitely tell my mom about this one--it's right up her alley. 3y
AmyStewart I'm in! Love the cover. 3y
Erynecki Art theft?! I'm in. 3y
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Enlightening and encouraging, learning about the spectrum between selflessness and arrogance and where we need to land in the healthy middle for a strong sense of self. Also a great opportunity for a book selfie 😉

MrBook Something that is more common than we think. 3y
Donna_sBookMinute Interesting. 3y
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Second Life | S. J. Watson
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Renaming it my "To Be Read White and Blue Pile" ??

Reviewsbylola I want to read the Adriana Trigiani book so badly! 3y
NoShushing Are you in Maine? Looks like Maine and Canada flags sharing the flagpole! 3y
HarperPerennial @Reviewsbylola Coming to you in paperback in a few weeks! 3y
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Invasion of the Tearling | Erika Johansen
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BEYOND excited that INVASION is in paperback and FATE is coming in the fall. I don't usually do fantasy but this is such a killer series. Kelsea is my queeeeen!

Bakingbookworm Great series!! 3y
Owlizabeth Can't wait for Fate!!! 3y
hwheaties Um, want!! 3y
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BethFishReads Can't wait for Fate! 3y
Hazel0303 This is an amazing series and I cannot wait! So excited that Emma Watson will be portraying her in the movie 👏🏻👏🏻 3y
GuninActOne I cannot wait! I love this series! 3y
Em890 Is the second one as good as the first? 3y
HarperPerennial @Em890 I personally loved it so much more because she really expands the world with more complex characters and plot. 3y
Celly84 Currently reading so no spoilers please! 3y
Abby_r Just bought this yesterday, had been waiting so long for the small paperback version to be released to match my copy of the first one! Will definitely be reading it soon! 3y
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P.I. John Darvelle is back—drinking cheap beer, playing ping-pong and searching for the killer of Keaton Fuller, a rich Los Angeles man gunned down in his own driveway. Following a trail of the dead man‘s betrayals, Darvelle finds himself in the exotic, high-stakes world of rare tropical fish...

KittyWren Mysteries, my favorite genre. Got hooked as a kid reading Trixie Belden, and Nancy Drew. 3y
Brendaough I haven't seen these before....must have a look! 3y
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Short description: A literary exploration that seeks to answer the question: Have I lived the life I intended?

Shorter description: Exactly what I needed to read right now.

hwheaties Yes please. 3y
Notafraidofwords This is my wheel and my house lol ! 3y
Ambam Sounds like my kind of book. 👌🏻 3y
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ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Wow. Me too! 3y
BooksForYears Now I have that Talking Heads song on repeat in my brain 🎼 3y
scripturient Nice picture. :) 3y
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On a cold fall morning, Joseph Luzzi found himself racing to the hospital. His pregnant wife, Katherine, had been in a car accident—in one terrible instant, Luzzi became both a widower and a first-time father. Adrift and grieving, Luzzi found himself sharing Dante‘s dark wood...

Rabeea I need this! 3y
CynthiasBiblioFiles This was a great book. Tragic story. The Dante connection is really interesting, if you're into Dante!😀 3y
jennifersmeth Definitely want to read this one @HarperPerennial 3y
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GregoryCass Really great book. The design of the hardcover was beautiful 3y
HarperPerennial @GregoryCass It was! We couldn't quite replicate in paperback so went in another direction. 3y
HarperPerennial @CynthiasBiblioFiles So glad you liked it! 3y
CynthiasBiblioFiles I did! I love Dante, so the way that it helped Luzzi to heal and move forward was fascinating. At the time I was also reading H is for Hawk. It's amazing what helps people to deal with grief.😊 3y
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Bad Feminist | Roxane Gay
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I brought BAD FEMINIST to the Beyoncé concert just to take a photo but we were waiting so long for her set to start that I got to reread a few essays too. I felt like I had brought my bible to church.

Sydsavvy So great! 3y
TheNextBook Well. That's kind of amazing and hilarious at the same time. 3y
Lupita.Reads Such a great idea!!!!! 😍😍😍😍 3y
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SusanInTiburon Hahaha Have you heard of Flat Stanley? Taking your book to a concert for a photo op reminds me of him. Both my kids had Flat Stanley projects in different years of elementary school. Definitely a tradition worth reviving here. 3y
BookBerries Hahaha!!! So rad!! 3y
Jess_Read_This This is awesome. Well done! 3y
angrylilasian Love her essays. She's even smarter and funnier in person! If you get the chance to attend an event where she's reading or interviewing please go! 3y
jschanz Her Scrabble piece destroyed me. 3y
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The Jesus Cow: A Novel | Michael Perry
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Mike Perry breaks into adult fiction with THE JESUS COW (he already writes middle grade) and it is a seamless transition from his nonfiction. We're back on the farm in Wisconsin, and Mike dedicates this story to "the quiet ones."

Little_Reader I love Michael Perry! Such a great storyteller! 3y
LiteraryLona He had a signing recently at Coffee Tree Books in Morehead, Ky; it was awesome!! 3y
HarperPerennial @LiteraryLona That's so great to hear! 3y
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"An engrossing snapshot of 1890s New York City. . . . Filled with well-drawn characters and lush historical texture, this tale sweeps you into the midst of writers, artists, and musicians, some of whom wrestle darker muses than others." —Jill Morrow, author of NEWPORT

hwheaties Yes please! 3y
Bkwurm Oooh, I love turn of the century New York books! Have you read The Golem and the Jinni? 3y
HarperPerennial @Bkwurm YES and looooooved. Dying for Helene's next book! 3y
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Hollie I am a sucker for a NYC setting, particularly in the Gilded Age or turn of the century. Going on my TBR pile for sure! 3y
Daydreamdelusion88 I just got an ARC of this! So excited to read this😄 3y
KmkeLena I hope we receive an arc of this at work! 3y
Bethanychaseauthor YESSS!!! Joy is the sweetest human alive and I cannot WAIT for this!!! 3y
HarperPerennial @KmkeLena It's on sale next week but happy to send a book. Email me! harperperennial@harpercollins.com 3y
Maude_Lynne This sounds fabulous! I hope my library gets a copy quick. 3y
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Harrison Scott Key's memoir about growing up in the South with Pop is literally this emoji: 😂😂😂😂😂. THE WORLD'S LARGEST MAN will make you laugh and break your heart so get ready for a reading e x p e r i e n c e

hwheaties Ok that's hilarious. 3y
autumnprivett This was one of my favorites from last year!!!! 😍 3y
coffeenebula 😂😂😂 3y
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overlyattachedreader That made me laugh out loud! 😂😂😂 3y
GirlNamedJesse That's a great reason to change some names! lol 3y
nicolekukral LOL!! The best disclaimer I've ever seen! 3y
anwade88 😂😂 3y
Tjprender That disclaimer is reason enough for me to read the book. 3y
Sue What @Tjprender said :) 3y
bermudaonion A memoir set in the south? Sounds perfect for me! 3y
Bookish2 I love that!! 3y
Jess_Read_This Ha! I'm adding this one to my TBR pile.. 3y
Bookdodger Just ordered this in for the store based on all your comments. Should be a good Father's Day selection! 3y
books_cats_art I usually breeze past the dedications to get to the story. I'll have to start paying attention! 3y
Abohemian1 😂😂😂 3y
HarperPerennial @Bookdodger Thanks Vicki! 3y
Tamalyn I love seeing a great dedication! 3y
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Love Is Red | Sophie Jaff
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The beginning of your new favorite series is now in paperback.

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Just finished, all highlighted and flagged up. There are seven amazing women writers in here, and a fascinating perspective on what being female in the 19th century meant for literary culture.

sprinkledwithwords This seems really cool! Definitely added to my tbr! 3y
Pagedeep Hell to the yes. 3y
BethFishReads Cannot wait to read this! 3y
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hwheaties Going to request this one tomorrow. Woot! 3y
anwade88 I preordered it. Looks so interesting! 3y
Allisons_Attic That looks interesting! Another book added to my stack! 3y
AnishaB Ooh! I love books like these. The first one in my stack at Litsy! 3y
ThePetiteStag Sounds like a great read! 3y
teatalksbooks This could be a really great reference for novel units (and my own TBR) - adding to stack! 3y
sandra888 that last part of the description sealed the deal for me. looking forward to it! thanks for sharing. 3y
Thepetitereader Sounds great! 3y
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In case you were waiting for the paperback... (And if you didn't wait, I want to see how you rate!)

CaffeinatedFae Honestly, I wasn't a huge fan of it. I do love that it shows how a mediocre book can be turned into a phenomenal classic. 3y
KateTheBookworm I appreciated it for what it was. Getting to see the origins of what became a classic was fascinating, and it definitely added depth to my feelings on Mockingbird. As a stand alone novel though... not so much. 3y
Uranaishi I loved this book. I thought it was in fact more honest and daring than Mockingbird. Mockingbird is a portrait of a past life - this one was a call to action to grow up & stand up for what is right, which it turns out we may need even more today. 3y
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LinaLovesLit I was excited when I first read that this book was being printed, but lost interest when they announced the title. Having found out that the title is in reference to Atticus, not something preachy, I will probably check it out soon. 3y
Minimalgrl This was definitely a draft... The parts where scout recalls her childhood are kernels of the mockingbird to come. The adult portions were disappointing 3y
KimberlyPalmer I loved it. I know I'm in the minority, but to me it made Atticus more dimensional. It's hard to grow up and find out that the adults you most admire and love aren't perfect. I felt like reading mockingbird so many years before reading watchmen took me on the journey with Scout. 3y
KristiR I was not a fan; I was a bit trepidatious going into it as I had only recently retread Mockingbird and coming out of it, I can appreciate bits and pieces but as a whole I disliked and don't think it should have been published as it didn't jive with Mockingbird. 3y
Penelope I agree with Kimberly--it is life when our heroes become human. 3y
Louise I enjoyed this book. While it isn't as tightly written as Mockingbird, it is a poignant coming-age story. Scout finds she has to hold to her own ideas, even if they conflict with those of her beloved father. And it was an insight into Atticus's generation's difficulty in overcoming ingrained ideas. 3y
ReadingRailroader I enjoyed it. It shows another side of how times were back then and gives a look back on how hard it was to bring about change. However, I'm glad it was published now and not then. Earlier generations needed Atticus as an untarnished hero in their struggles. 3y
Zakia While one side of my railed at Atticus falling from grace and being more 'humanised', I see how this perfectly mirrors the very same coming of age disillusionment many of us feel when our eyes see the failings of our parents. Atticus is still very dear to me. 3y
CaityG I really enjoyed this book. It was interesting to see the characters grow up and have to see things through adults eyes. I'm glad this one was published and glad I didn't wait for the paperback. 3y
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I love this book so much that I found tattlys to match. Mattie's wit and hard-won wisdom are 👌🏼, plus the mystery kept my mind spinning right up to the reveal.

Bethanychaseauthor I LOVED this book. Favorite I've read in a long time. 3y
WilliamMorrowBooks This is one of my faves! 3y
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300 Days of Sun: A Novel | Deborah Lawrenson
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"With its lush settings, high-stakes suspense, and novel-within-a-novel, 300 DAYS OF SUN is a feast for fiction lovers. Lawrenson delivers a labyrinth of complex relationships the reader is both breathless to solve and eager to return to upon completion." —Erika Robuck, author of HEMINGWAY'S GIRL

jennifersmeth Loved this one!! 3y
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“A coming-of-age story that vividly encapsulates the complexities of the modern encounter between China and America. Indeed, this is in many ways the quintessential ‘Chimerican‘ novel for the millennial generation. Disarming in its candor, addictively readable.” —Niall Ferguson

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Where They Found Her | Kimberly McCreight
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Read for the second time now that it's out in paperback and oh man does it still toy with your mind.

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A truth universally acknowledged.

LitHousewife Amen! 4y
hwheaties 🙌🏼 4y
LauraBrook Preach!🙌🏼 4y
Happylilbooknook The secret to a happy life. 💗 3y
TracyD Im dying to get my hands on this one. 3y
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Breaking my heart, @BetsyBrandt

Lupita.Reads Telllll meeeeeee aboutttt itttt! Heart break so good! 😩❤️💔❤️ 4y
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This is just the thing for doubling up on your subjects: the history of science! The New York Times says TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD is "refreshing and well-written...a rich, meaningful tale about the emergence of science."

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Disclaimer: A Novel | Rene Knight
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I always want more more more Renée Knight and now I got a short story in The Strand Magazine!

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Hotel Living: A Novel | Ioannis Pappos
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Two things:
1) Jason Diamond over at Vol. 1 Brooklyn said, "You can't for the life of you put the book down."
2) HOTEL LIVING is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Debut Fiction!

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The Beautiful Possible | Amy Gottlieb
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"The Beautiful Possible is a deeply felt and evocative novel that draws on history, memory, all of the senses, and the author's own considerable conjuring skills. Alive with characters and unafraid to examine ambiguous emotional complexities, this is a moving debut." —Meg Wolitzer

mrldg Loved this novel--gave it to my daughter to read, and I only give her the best ones. 3y
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THE STOPPED HEART goes on sale in a couple weeks and I've never been more excited to creep people out. Cosmo calls it a "hair-raiser!"

case_face Is it a thriller? Tell me more, please 4y
HarperPerennial More psychological suspense, jumping between present day and mid-19th century, focusing on a haunted cottage and the mysteries surrounding the women who live there. 4y
cctimby Michael Chabon's Summerland is the best fantasy baseball game ever! 3y
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If this is page one then imagine how crazy this story gets. Jessica brings it.

Victoria Oh man! Had to add this to my stack. 4y
BeckyLeJ I can't wait to read this one! 4y
Megabooks I loved loved reading this book! Everyone pick this up in June. 4y
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"So much like the relationship they're borne of, Crane's deeply realized mother-daughter inventions are therapeutic and ruthless, heartfelt and crushing. A lovely exercise in the wild, soothing wonders of imagination." —Booklist ?

BetsyBrandt Squee! 4y
LitHousewife Looks great! 4y
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Bad Feminist | Roxane Gay
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Okay ladies now let's get in formation.

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Beasts of No Nation | Uzodinma Iweala
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Uli over at Subway Book Review spotted Yizhi reading BEASTS OF NO NATION, which he picked up at the bookstore because of this dedication.

HarperPerennial Tagging Uli! 4y
codenamepercy That has got to be one of the best dedications I've seen so far 3y
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Pax | Sara Pennypacker
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Been thinking about this line a lot. Love how political this is for MG.

Victoria I loved all the political subtleties in the Lemony Snicket books, too. There was one about Cheney that made me snort with laughter. 4y
HarperPerennial I only read that series as a young teenager so I think I missed the subtleties. Time for a reread! 4y
jenna_friebel Ahhhh I have this sitting on my bookshelf. I really must read it soon. 4y
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John Darvelle is back, and this time the private eye follows a cold case into the high stakes world of rare tropical fish. Only in L.A., man.

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Diamond Head | Cecily Wong
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Paperbacks headed your way this month!

hwheaties Pretty ladies all in a row. Or some fancy geometric arrangement. 4y
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That Other Me | Maha Gargash
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"There are weeds in this sea that you're about to swim in!" Madame Nivine had said to me. "Those weeds are your past, and they're going to wrap themselves around your ankles and pull you down."

skrishna I AM INTRIGUED 4y
HarperPerennial I AM SENDING 4y
hwheaties That is PRETTY, OLIVE. 4y
Alittlebookish The quote alone makes me want to read this. 4y
whitney All my exes could be considered weeds. 4y
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