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This list represents books reviewed since Dec. By Omar El Akkad. This haunting debut novel imagines the events that lead up to and follow the Second American Civil War at the turn of the 22nd century. By Elizabeth Strout. This audacious novel is about small-town characters struggling to make sense of past family traumas.
By Ali Smith. By Tessa Hadley. Hadley serves up the bitter along with the delicious in these 10 stories. By Lawrence Osborne. On a Greek island, two wealthy young women encounter a handsome Syrian refugee, whom they endeavor to help, with disastrous results. By Lidia Yuknavitch.
In this brilliant novel, Earth, circahas been devastated by global warming and war. By Rachel Seiffert. By Victor LaValle. By Jeanette Winterson. A gift book from the British novelist, containing otherworldly and wickedly funny stories. By Peter Kimani. By Margaret Drabble. This masterly novel follows its something heroine on a road trip through England.
By Joshua Ferris. Anxiety, self-consciousness and humiliation are the default inner states of the characters in these 11 stories. By Sarah Perry. By Mohsin Hamid. By Jorie Graham. Graham created these poems against a backdrop of personal and political trauma — her parents are dying, she is undergoing cancer treatment, the nation is mired in war and ecological crisis.
By James McBride. Spaceship (Fedde Le Grand Remix) - Various - Ministry Of Sound - The Annual 2011 Nicole Krauss. Tracing the lives of two Americans in Israel, this restless novel explores the mysteries of disconnection and the divided self. By Paul Auster. By Jeffrey Eugenides. By Louise Erdrich. What if human beings are neither inevitable nor ultimate?
By Dylan Krieger. By Emily Fridlund. By Kamila Shamsie. By Ottessa Moshfegh. By FakePeople - KAHN 美的 - Fake City Grossman.
Translated by Jessica Cohen. By Elif Batuman. By Dan Chaon. By Margaret Wilkerson Sexton. This assured first novel shines an unflinching, compassionate light on three generations of a black family in New Orleans. By Andrew Sean Greer. By George Saunders. In this Man Booker Prize-winning FakePeople - KAHN 美的 - Fake City novel by a master of the short story, Abraham Lincoln visits the grave of his son Willie inand is surrounded by ghosts in purgatory.
By Jennifer Egan. By John Banville. By Gabriel Tallent. The heroine of this debut novel is Turtle, a year-old who grows up feral in the forests and hills of Northern California. By Danzy Senna. By Alice McDermott. By Min Jin Lee. This stunning novel chronicling four generations of an ethnic Korean family in Japan is about outsiders and much more. By Naomi Alderman.
In this fierce and unsettling novel, the ability to generate a dangerous electrical force from their bodies lets women take control, resulting in a vast, systemic upheaval of gender dynamics across the globe.
By Viet Thanh Axe Puzzles - Quasimoto - The Unseen. This superb collection of stories concerns men and women displaced from wartime Saigon and mostly settled in California.
By Aravind Adiga. It revolves around two teenage brothers groomed by their father to be cricket stars. By Katie Kitamura. Deceptions pile on deceptions in this coolly unsettling postmodern mystery, in which a British woman travels to a Greek fishing village to search for her estranged husband, who has disappeared. By Jesmyn Ward. By Hideo Yokoyama. Translated by Jonathan Lloyd-Davies. By Ayobami Adebayo. This debut novel is a portrait of a marriage in Nigeria beginning in the politically tumultous s.
Jemisin won a Hugo Award for each of the first two novels in her Broken Earth trilogy. In the extraordinary conclusion, a mother and daughter do geologic battle for the fate of the earth. By Domenico Starnone. Translated by Jhumpa Lahiri.
The husband of the woman who has been identified as Elena Ferrante offers a powerful novel about a fraying marriage. By Rachel Cusk. In the second novel of a planned trilogy, Cusk continues the story of Faye, a writer and teacher who is recently divorced and semi-broke.
By Ayelet Gundar-Goshen. Translated by Sondra Silverston. An Israeli doctor in the Negev accidentally hits an Eritrean immigrant, then drives off. By Layli Long Soldier. Long Soldier, a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, troubles our consideration of the language we use to carry our personal and national FakePeople - KAHN 美的 - Fake City in this moving debut poetry collection.
By Hari Kunzru. By Matthew Klam. Illustrated by John Cuneo. The protagonist of this novel, a middle-aged illustrator, is a conflicted adulterer. Klam agilely balances an existentially tragic story line with morbid humor and self-assured prose. By Pankaj Mishra. By Monica Hesse.
Hesse tells the story of 67 fires set in Virginia during a five-month arson spree, beginning inand the mystery of why a local auto mechanic was behind them. By Elena Passarello. Passarello presents biographies of famous animals, from an FakePeople - KAHN 美的 - Fake City mummified mammoth to Mr.
Ed and Cecil the Lion. By Timothy B. By Trevor Noah. By Kevin Young. Again and again, he plumbs the undercurrents of a hoax to discover the fearfulness and racism that often lurk inside.
By Thomas E. This enjoyable dual biography draws out the common causes of these 20th-century giants: two independent thinkers and opponents of totalitarianism whose influence remains pervasive today. Selected and with an introduction by Darryl Pinckney. The landmark American critic surveys everything from the Democratic convention to the literature of New York City. By Chris Hayes. By Richard Rothstein.
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