A New York Times Notable Book
The New York Times' Critics' Top Books of the Year
Named a Best Book of the Year by San Francisco Chronicle, National Public Radio, The Economist, Buzzfeed, Paste Magazine, Southern Living, HelloGiggles, and Shelf Awareness
Huffington Post's Best Feminist Books of the Year
*WINNER of the NATIONAL BOOK AWARD for FICTION
*A TIME MAGAZINE BEST NOVEL OF THE YEAR and A NEW YORK TIMES TOP 10 OF 2017
*Finalist for the Kirkus Prize
*Finalist for the Andrew Carnegie Medal
*Publishers Weekly Top 10 of 2017
*Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award
One of the most anticipated books of 2017: Boston Globe, New York Times Book Review, New York's "Vulture," The Week, Bustle, BookRiot
"Complex and challenging... push es] the boundaries of writing about trauma." --The New York Times
"A True Crime Masterpiece" - Vogue
Entertainment Weekly "Must" List and Best Books of the Year So Far
Real Simple's Best New Books
Guardian Best Book of the Year
Naomi, Paul and Michelle vote yes!
Naomi, Michelle, Kelsey & Paul were big fans!
Michelle, Kelsey & Naomi all read and loved this latest by Claire Fuller
Michelle & Naomi both loved!
Michelle & Naomi both loved!
"This book reminds us of: Ivan Ramen meets Barefoot Contessa: How Easy is That?--with some of the ballsiness and spunk of Joe Beef."--Food52.com
In Furiously Happy, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jenny Lawson explores her lifelong battle with mental illness. A hysterical, ridiculous book about crippling depression and anxiety? That sounds like a terrible idea.
But terrible ideas are what Jenny does best.
As Jenny says
A Winner of the 2016 Alex Awards
Nightmarish villains with superhuman enhancements.
An all-seeing social network that tracks your every move.
Mysterious, smooth-talking power players who lurk behind the scenes.
A young woman from the trailer park.
And her very smelly cat.
Together, they will decide the future of mankind.
The premise: a survivalism-obsessed father takes his young daughter deep into European woods and eventually explains that the rest of the world has ended - they are the only ones left. Written through the girl Peggy's perspective, we witness years of this strange relationship, until the plots finally shifts and we are left with closure (of sorts). Award-winning debut author! --Naomi
Drew Smith's Oyster: A Gastronomic History offers readers a global view of the oyster, tracing its role in cooking, art, literature, and politics from the dawn of time to the present day. Oysters have inspired chefs, painters, and writers alike, have sustained communities financially and ecologically, and have loomed large in legend and history.
Stephen King-esque young adult book that I couldn't put down...highly recommend! -Hana
Andrew, Naomi, and Hana all loved. One of those books about books filled with a fantastical story based in a very strange bookstore in San Francisco. Bonus: the books on the cover glows in the dark!
By the New York Times bestselling author of The Bone Clocks - Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize