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Elizabeth Strout’s new novel is a deft, unflinching and beautiful weave.

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The Irish Times
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Fiction

Anyone who’s ever had a cat will be moved by this beautifully evoked feline roadtrip,

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The Guardian
Lynne Truss
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Fiction

When the Philippine army was fighting an insurgency by communist Hukbalahap rebels shortl

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Financial Times
John Reed
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On page 219 of Less, which has recently won the 2018 Pulitzer prize for fiction, Andrew S

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The Times
Claire Lowdon
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Fiction

In 1846, President James Polk responded to an ambush of a U.S.

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The Washington Post
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History

Zimbabwean writer Tsitsi Dangarembga’s first novel, “

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The Boston Globe
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Fiction

Kiesling’s intimate, culturally perceptive debut portrays a frazzled mother and a fractio

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The Publisher Weekly
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Fiction

Another tricky treasure from an internationally renowned author.

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Drawing on his own past experiences, Coelho (The Alchemist) tells the story of a

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The Publisher Weekly
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Written as a letter to her recently deceased mother, Gayle Brandeis’ memoir “The Art of M

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Biography

In November 1838, 28-year-old Frédéric Chopin, pianist, composer and darling of salon soc

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The Times
Michael Henderson
16 Jun 2018
History

Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah likes to start his creative-writing workshops by first offering

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The Sydney Morning Herald
Melanie Kembrey
09 Nov 2018
Fiction

What a wondrous miracle, to wake up, memory muddled, slightly unmoored, with just the tas

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The New York Times
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