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Larson’s terrific new book is about Britain between May 1940 and May 1941.
The players on the 1989 varsity field hockey team of Danvers, Massachusetts, will do anything to win the state championship—even add their names to an Emilio Estevez notebook, tie a piece of blue sock around their arms, and dabble in black magic and troublemaking
This book is the literary equivalent of a long walk alone at twilight. Percy contemplates pregnancy, technology, marriage, art, identity, and living in a newly post-9/11 New York City.
Still Here chronicles the life of the Broadway actress and singer Elaine Stritch, from her Catholic upbringing in Detroit through her one-woman show, Elaine Stritch at Liberty
This memoir by Anthony Daniels about his experiences portraying the droid C-3PO in the Star Wars films is a heartfelt recounting of the challenges he faced in creating a meaningful character portrayal from inside an expressionless shell.
Told in short essays, small paragraphs, and sometimes just one sentence per chapter, this poetic portrayal of the clash between Israel and Palestine will break your heart into pieces, and then, with a thin thread of hope, begin to stitch it back together.
Change is messy, scary, and unpredictable. It’s also inevitable, and, above all, worth it.
An opioid addiction crumbles the bond between two sisters, but when Mickey’s sister Kacey goes missing and women start showing up dead in Kacey’s neighborhood, Mickey has to dig deep into their past to access the courage she needs to find her sister.
This highly absorbing novel, about the boom-and-bust chaos caused by the prospects of fracking oil from the shale underneath the fictitious town of Yellow Earth, is told though many points of view with a captivating cast of characters.