The Book We're Talking About
Eimear McBride's "The Lesser Bohemians" has been billed as a love story, but it's so much more.
From the California gold rush to Vincent Chin's killing and beyond, "The Fortunes" lays bare a past laced with suffering.
Nathan Hill's book is the uber-timely media and political satire novel the 2016 election needed.
"The Seed Collectors" is an exquisitely nimble novel about self-knowledge, love and self-love, and the many ways we shape our lives.
A psychologically intimate and stylistically compelling examination of the ripple effects of small acts of terrorism.
If you loved 'Olive Kitteridge,' you'll adore this new book by author Elizabeth Strout.
"The Double Life of Liliane" exemplifies the strengths and pitfalls of autobiographical fiction.