From #1 New
York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury comes a
classic story about second chances, featuring the beloved Baxter
family and a young father who finds his whole world turned upside
down on the eve of his divorce.
A rare and
beautiful love story that takes place in a single day and a glimpse
into what tomorrow will bring if you really walk out that door today.
“How many women
cry when angry because we’ve held it in for so long? How many
discover that anger turned inward is depression? Soraya Chemaly’s Rage Becomes Her
will be good for women, and for the future of this country. After
all, women have a lot to be angry about.” —Gloria Steinem
award-winning actress and political activist America Ferrera comes a
vibrant and varied collection of first person accounts from prominent
figures about the experience of growing up between cultures.
Traister, the New
York Times bestselling author of All the Single Ladies—whom
Anne Lamott called “the most brilliant voice on feminism in this
country”—comes a vital, incisive exploration into the transformative
power of female anger and its ability to transcend into a political
the national spokesperson for Everytown
for Gun Safety and leading gun violence prevention
advocate comes the riveting memoir of a mother’s loss and call to
action, as well as a faith-based exploration of how the nation’s gun
laws put a deadly target on American lives.
author of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize–winning The Color Purple—“an
American novel of permanent importance” (San Francisco Chronicle)—crafts a
bilingual collection that is both playfully imaginative and intensely
a woman who has been there and back, the first inside look at the
devastating effects evangelical Christianity’s purity culture has had
on a generation of young women—in a potent combination of journalism,
cultural commentary, and memoir.
An intimate and
insightful biography of Betty Ford, the groundbreaking, candid, and
resilient First Lady and wife of President Gerald Ford, from the #1 New York Times
bestselling coauthor of Five
Presidents and Mrs.
Kennedy and Me.
“I found myself
underlining sentences, and then entire passages, that resonated with
me, articulating the extreme inadequacy and sense of dislocation
single women of a certain age, like MacNicol—and like me—experience
in moments when others are growing closer without you...an anthem to
choosing the single, family-free life.” —Amanda Stern, The New York Times Book Review
The drought—or the Tap-Out, as
everyone calls it—has been going
on for a while now.
Everyone’s lives have become an endless list
of don’ts: don’t water the lawn, don’t fill up your pool,
don’t take long showers.
Until the taps run dry.
Alyssa’s quiet suburban street spirals into a war zone of desperation;
neighbors and families turned against each other on the hunt for water.
And when her parents don’t return and her life—and the life of her
brother—is threatened, Alyssa has to make impossible choices if she’s
going to survive.
In Iain Reid’s second haunting,
philosophical puzzle of a novel, set in the near-future, Junior and
Henrietta live a comfortable, solitary life on their farm, far from
the city lights, but in close quarters with each other. One day, a
stranger from the city arrives with alarming news: Junior has been
randomly selected to travel far away from the farm...very
unusual part? Arrangements have already been made so that when he
leaves, Henrietta won’t have a chance to miss him, because she won’t be
left alone—not even for a moment. Henrietta will have company. Familiar
put it down. It infected my dreams. A creepy and brilliant book.” —Zoe Whittall, author of The Best Kind of People, shortlisted for The Giller
This thrilling first novel of a
debut trilogy reveals the untold story of Languoreth—a forgotten
queen of sixth-century Scotland—twin sister of the man who inspired
the legend of Merlin. Based on new scholarship, this tale of bravery
and conflicted love brings a lost queen back to life—rescuing her
from obscurity and reaffirming her place at the center of one of the
most enduring legends of all time.
“The Mists of Avalon
for a new generation...a gripping
historical novel.” —Linnea
Hartsuyker, author of The Half-Drowned King
feminine heroic journey to a place and time of unbearable change...mystical, beautiful, and destined to
become a classic.” —Brunonia
Barry, author of The
A kiss, a touch. A smile and a
beating heart. Love and sex and dreams, art and drugs and the madness
of youth. Betrayal and heartbreak, regret and pain, the melancholy of
Katerina, the explosive new novel by America’s most
controversial writer, is a sweeping love story alternating between
1992 Paris and Los Angeles in 2018.
center are a young writer and a young model on the verge of fame, both
reckless, impulsive, addicted, and deeply in love. Twenty-five years
later, the writer is rich, famous, and numb, and he wants to drive his
car into a tree, when he receives an anonymous message that draws him
back to the life, and possibly the love, he abandoned years prior.
the same percussive, propulsive, dazzling, breathtaking style as A Million Little Pieces,
echoes and complements that most controversial of memoirs and plays
with the same issues of fiction and reality that created, nearly
destroyed, and then recreated James Frey in the American imagination.
Our editors, bloggers, and resident book lovers
have organized recommendations into lists to help you find a
great book, whether you’re looking to discover a new page-turner or
even your next book club pick.
“A tense and gripping read that
plumbs the depths of grief and longing.”
—Amy Gentry, internationally
bestselling author of Good as Gone
author of the “compelling” (Star
Tribune, Minneapolis) and critically acclaimed Everything You Want Me to Be,
a riveting and suspenseful thriller about the mysterious disappearance
and sudden return of a boy no one ever expected to see again.