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Jonathan Safran Foer
A marriage implodes; an earthquake devastates Israel. Crisis, questioning, and the meaning of home anchor Here I Am, Foer's hugely anticipated third novel.
A runaway slave seeks freedom via subterranean trains in The Underground Railroad, Whitehead's powerful exploration of race and identity in America.
Michael J. Sullivan
Michael J. Sullivan makes his hardcover debut with his latest opus, Age of Myth, the first in a five-book series sure to delight fantasy-lover fans.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes returns to the page with his new book, Belgravia, an irresistibly romantic novel set in Victorian-era London.
A bad boy celebrity chef—and his untimely death—anchors Here's to Us, Hilderbrand's Nantucket-set novel about love, loss, and the fluffiest Champagne cake imaginable.
A decade in the making, Justin Cronin's post-apocalyptic Passage trilogy is finally concluding with The City of Mirrors. Find out how the epic series is really all about love.
Joe Hill says the world will end in fire, and we should listen! In his apocalyptic new thriller, The Fireman, those infected by a contagious plague are bursting into flames.
A hunting accident changes the lives of two families in LaRose, a poetic new novel from the National Book Award-winning author, set in a small North Dakota reservation town.
Still irresistibly entertaining after more than 200 novels, the bestselling author chats about The Obsession, her new suspense novel starring a woman with a dark past.
The bestselling urban fantasy writer dishes on her love of werewolves and her new book, Fire Touched, the latest adventure for shape-shifting heroine Mercy Thompson.
Lois McMaster Bujold
The genre-bending author, known for his peculiar worlds and haunting imagery, chats about his disturbing new book, This Census-Taker, and the value of pessimism.
The decluttering guru takes her beloved KonMari Method to the next level in her new guide, Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up.
Ever-changing Istanbul stars in A Strangeness in My Mind, as a boza seller observes the city over four decades while searching his own heart for love.
Wm. Paul Young
A woman with the power to summon earthquakes searches for her daughter in the barren postapocalyptic world of The Fifth Season, first in a new fantasy series.
Louis de Bernières
In The Dust that Falls from Dreams, the latest novel from the author of Captain Corelli's Mandolin, a British family with four daughters weathers World War I.
A hotshot gamer must save the Earth from extraterrestrials in Armada, the latest science fiction romp from the bestselling geek who gave us Ready Player One.