Book mentions in this thread

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    Accusing Mr. Darcy

    by Kelly Miller

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    Fate Weaver (Wrath of Olympus Book 1)

    by Brian Tripp

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    Untouched

    by Jayme Bean

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    Destiny and Other Dilemmas

    by Caroline Fleur

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    Unprecedented Times

    by Lisa Thomas

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    The Fires of Treason

    by Michele Quirke

    Princess Elizabeth has always idolized and supported her older brother, but when Greg is accused of treason and banished, her loyalty to him is tested in ways she never could've imagined. As she leaves her luxurious lifestyle behind to join him in exile, she must learn to cope with the everyday struggles of the working class, all while keeping her true identity a secret. Facing new hardships and the looming threat of execution, Elizabeth will need to toughen up if she has any chance of surviving outside the palace walls.Prince Gregory spent his entire life trying to prove himself worthy of the crown until his banishment releases him of all the pressures and obligations that have chained him down. Although he has no intention of raising an army to defend his birthright, he soon learns that not everyone is content to let him walk away from the throne. With his sister's safety and well-being to consider, Gregory must make a decision that will change both their lives forever.
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    Station Eleven

    by Emily St. John Mandel

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    Ariadne

    by Jennifer Saint

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    The Wayfinder's Apprentice (Shadows of the Umbra Book 1)

    by K Dezendorf

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    The Scars Of Gaia

    by R.P. Lauer

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    GOD OF NOTHING

    by Shane Scott

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    Ghost

    by Lubov Leonova

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    Paper Castles

    by B. Fox

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    Three Whistles Around the Bend

    by Lana Lynne

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    Lord Have Mercy

    by Lani Lynn Vale

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    Nightveil

    by Bobby Nash

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    The Triunix of Time (Time Series)

    by L.M. Montes

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    Early Adopters

    by D.T. Wilby

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    An Ember in the Ashes

    by Sabaa Tahir

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    Transcendence

    by Norman E Rosenthal MD

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    Echoe

    by Ila Golden

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    The Key Masters of Telemma

    by J.S. Frankel

    Bill Newell and Carla Meadows, both seventeen and both dying, live out their final days in a palliative care center in Portland, Oregon. Bill has no hope of recovering, but the appearance of a strange key on his bed one day intrigues him. Carla receives the same key, and soon they find themselves in a pocket universe ruled by one being, a being-not-a-being named Malgorath who wields immense power. Malgorath makes them a deal. Find four keys, ones of silver, gold, glass, and paper, and return them to him. Upon their retrieval, he will cure them of their illness and send them back to Earth. For Malgorath, the keys are the key to finding Falnarth, a mythical world that holds many secrets. Bill and Carla have no secrets to discover, save life. With no choice in the matter, they agree to the terms and soon find themselves journeying to worlds of silver, gold—ruled by robots—glass, ruled by a power-mad queen, and one of wood. Each key’s retrieval is more dangerous than the last but Bill and Carla are determined to succeed in their quest. However, they soon realize that Malgorath has his own agenda, and they must do everything in their power before the demon can fuse the keys together and destroy—and recreate—the universe.
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    Her Name is Murder (Lady Dreamscapes Book 1)

    by A.C. Merkel

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    50 Berkeley Square

    by David J McCran

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    The Moon Hunters

    by Anya Pavelle

    For fans of The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Gender Game comes a captivating new story like no other. The Pestilence sweeps the globe with terrifying speed. A group of survivors finds an island sanctuary. Three generations later, no one has heard from the outside world in years. The old radio only crackles with static. The Pestilence either finished its job or the world tore itself apart. In the Village of Lehom, Leilani has been called to court as a Virtue by the King. Going to court means losing her independence and self-respect. Unfortunately, she doesn't have a choice. Leilani decides to take a stand; the King be damned. She plans a daring escape and sets in motion a series of events that will shake the foundation of her village and the island to its core. What reviewers are saying: "This is an engaging story with complex but believable characters and an interesting presentation of story- a journal, a retelling of the past, and an exploration of the present. Anya moves seamlessly among those sources to develop themes of resilience, courage and integrity within three unique cultures. A great read....one of the few books that demands both a prequel and a sequel! Thank you, Anya, for sharing this with us all!" -StoryCollector "If you're a fan of Divergent, The Maze Runner, and The Hunger Games, this is the perfect book for you. I love a good dystopian thriller and Moon Hunters did not disappoint. While borrowing themes from the classics, the plot is unique. The characters are very well developed and you can't help but rally behind them. The story pulled me in within the first few pages and I had a hard time putting it down. I highly recommend it." -Eric S. "I highly recommend "The Moon Hunters" by Anya Pavelle. It's a great story of standing up for what you believe in. It also features a strong female lead character. The book is a thrilling example of excellent post-apocalyptic sci-fi at its best. The author crafts a tale that is both an epic worldbuilder and riveting adventure. Do yourself a favor and grab a copy. You'll be glad you did." -DTM
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    Infinite Stars

    by Joe Pranaitis

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    Time After Time

    by Mary Margaret

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    The Man on the Spectrum's Journey

    by Ken H Daniels

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    The First Stain

    by Dakota Rayne

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    The Glass Hotel

    by Emily St. John Mandel

    From the award-winning author of Station Eleven, a captivating novel of money, beauty, white-collar crime, ghosts, and moral compromise in which a woman disappears from a container ship off the coast of Mauritania and a massive Ponzi scheme implodes in New York, dragging countless fortunes with it. Vincent is a bartender at the Hotel Caiette, a five-star glass and cedar palace on an island in British Columbia. Jonathan Alkaitis works in finance and owns the hotel. When he passes Vincent his card with a tip, it's the beginning of their life together. That same day, Vincent's half-brother, Paul, scrawls a note on the windowed wall of the hotel: "Why don't you swallow broken glass." Leon Prevant, a shipping executive for a company called Neptune-Avramidis, sees the note from the hotel bar and is shaken to his core. Thirteen years later Vincent mysteriously disappears from the deck of a Neptune-Avramidis ship. Weaving together the lives of these characters, The Glass Hotel moves between the ship, the skyscrapers of Manhattan, and the wilderness of northern Vancouver Island, painting a breathtaking picture of greed and guilt, fantasy and delusion, art and the ghosts of our pasts.
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    A Consuming Love

    by Kelly Miller

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    Kirsten McKenzie

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    Mr. Darcy's Perfect Match

    by Kelly Miller

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    The Drift

    by Casie Aufenthie

    In a future where the human race has split into three species, the mentally-evolved Illuminatos have conquered the other two in a brutal Genetic War. Now, the seven most powerful Illuminatos, the Council, control the Earth, ruling over the other two human species through violent oppression. As one of the defeated physically-evolved Corporis, Samara lost everything: her family, her freedom, and her will to fight. But, when her master, Lord Wyatt Faraday, commands her to find the mysterious leader of the Resistance, Tristan, everything she thought she knew is challenged. Tristan is an Illuminatos who has turned his back on his own kind to follow his principles. An idealist hoping to restore peace and equality for all species, he cannot escape his past, and it may force him to make a terrible choice. Their meeting will change the world, but will it be for the better? Content Warnings: Graphic violence References to rape
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    I Hope This Helps

    by Nakeia Homer

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    Dead Spots (Scarlett Bernard Book 1)

    by Melissa F. Olson

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    The Space Trilogy

    by C. S. Lewis

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    Following

    by Jeffry W. Johnston

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    Finding You

    by Elizabeth Holland

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    The Mere Wife

    by Maria Dahvana Headley

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    (The Last Magician

    by Janette Turner Hospital

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    Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley

    by Kelly Miller

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    The Vintage Bookshop of Memories

    by Elizabeth Holland

    "Nothing but our happiness should dictate what we do with our lives" Prue Clemonte loves history. When Prue returns to Ivy Hatch after her grandmother's death she has no idea just how much the village's history is about to change her life. With endless secrets and ancient feuds Prue must uncover memories to discover the village's history.As Prue inherits The Vintage Bookshop of Memories she discovers a diary which details her mother's thoughts, memories and secrets. The shop is like stepping in to her mother's mind and Prue is determined to restore the shop. However, with a village full of people against her can Prue win them over and honour her mother's memory, whilst trying to discover the truth about the past?Prue won't let a village full of people who hate her stop her from living her life and being happy. With the help of Elliot Harrington Prue is determined to win the village over and make herself a life back home in Ivy Hatch. However, she soon begins to realise that she's lost herself in her quest for the truth. As Prue battles to find herself can she save the bookshop, whilst also stopping the village from ruining her life? There's also Elliot Harrington, handsome and perfect and yet their relationship is doomed from the start.
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    The Winter Sea

    by Susanna Kearsley

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    All the Light We Cannot See

    by Anthony Doerr

    A cloth bag containing 20 paperback copies of the title that may also include a folder with sign out sheets.
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    TRAVELLING WITHOUT MOVING

    by Nathan Jones

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    Tales From the Outback (2 Book Series)

    by Amanda N. Newman

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    Sabrina Oyinloye

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    Tales of the Outback

    by Dustin Boring

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    Róisín Campbell

    by Joseph P. Garland

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    The Fifth Science

    by Exurb1a

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    A Discovery of Witches (All Souls Series)

    by Deborah Harkness

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    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

    by V. E. Schwab

    In the vein of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Life After Life, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is New York Times bestselling author V. E. Schwab’s genre-defying tour de force. A Life No One Will Remember. A Story You Will Never Forget. France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever—and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. Thus begins the extraordinary life of Addie LaRue, and a dazzling adventure that will play out across centuries and continents, across history and art, as a young woman learns how far she will go to leave her mark on the world. But everything changes when, after nearly 300 years, Addie stumbles across a young man in a hidden bookstore and he remembers her name.
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    Project Hail Mary

    by Andy Weir

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    My Pleasure (BOOK 2)

    by Lore

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    The Young Foreigner

    by Avalon Greene

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    DELUSIONS OF IMPORTANCE

    by GHOST Writer

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    Gathering of the Four

    by A.E. Bennett

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    Visions of Iotan

    by Jaimie N. Schock

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    The Book of Lost Things

    by John Connolly

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    The Price of Dreams (Ruslan Shanidza Novels Book 1)

    by Paul Clark

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    The Descendant

    by Chace A. Randolph

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    The Mysterious Benedict Society

    by Trenton Lee Stewart

    When an advert appears in the newspaper for children to take part in a secret mission, children everywhere sit a series of odd tests. In the end, just Reynie, Kate, Sticky and Constance succeed. They have three things in common: they are honest, talented and orphans. They must go undercover and work as a team to save themselves, but also the world.
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    Raybearer

    by Jordan Ifueko

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    A Thousand Splendid Suns

    by Khaled Hosseini

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    Wuthering Heights

    by Emily Bronte

    The text of the novel is based on the first edition of 1847.
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    Phreak

    by JE Solo

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    The Given Day

    by Dennis Lehane

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    Sakinah Baksh

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    Toanan the Heretic (The Toanan Trilogy)

    by Allen Whitlock

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    The Little Shop of Found Things

    by Paula Brackston

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    The Bride Test

    by Helen Hoang

    From the critically acclaimed author of The Kiss Quotient comes a romantic novel about love that crosses international borders and all boundaries of the heart... Khai Diep has no feelings. Well, he feels irritation when people move his things or contentment when ledgers balance down to the penny, but not big, important emotions—like grief. And love. He thinks he's defective. His family knows better—that his autism means he just processes emotions differently. When he steadfastly avoids relationships, his mother takes matters into her own hands and returns to Vietnam to find him the perfect bride. As a mixed-race girl living in the slums of Ho Chi Minh City, Esme Tran has always felt out of place. When the opportunity arises to come to America and meet a potential husband, she can't turn it down, thinking this could be the break her family needs. Seducing Khai, however, doesn't go as planned. Esme's lessons in love seem to be working...but only on herself. She's hopelessly smitten with a man who's convinced he can never return her affection. With Esme's time in the United States dwindling, Khai is forced to understand he's been wrong all along. And there's more than one way to love.
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    Stranger in a Strange Land

    by Robert A. Heinlein

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    Born a Crime

    by Trevor Noah

    #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * The compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man's coming-of-age, set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Michiko Kakutani, New York Times * USA Today * San Francisco Chronicle * NPR * Esquire * Newsday * Booklist Trevor Noah's unlikely path from apartheid South Africa to the desk of The Daily Show began with a criminal act: his birth. Trevor was born to a white Swiss father and a black Xhosa mother at a time when such a union was punishable by five years in prison. Living proof of his parents' indiscretion, Trevor was kept mostly indoors for the earliest years of his life, bound by the extreme and often absurd measures his mother took to hide him from a government that could, at any moment, steal him away. Finally liberated by the end of South Africa's tyrannical white rule, Trevor and his mother set forth on a grand adventure, living openly and freely and embracing the opportunities won by a centuries-long struggle. Born a Crime is the story of a mischievous young boy who grows into a restless young man as he struggles to find himself in a world where he was never supposed to exist. It is also the story of that young man's relationship with his fearless, rebellious, and fervently religious mother--his teammate, a woman determined to save her son from the cycle of poverty, violence, and abuse that would ultimately threaten her own life. The stories collected here are by turns hilarious, dramatic, and deeply affecting. Whether subsisting on caterpillars for dinner during hard times, being thrown from a moving car during an attempted kidnapping, or just trying to survive the life-and-death pitfalls of dating in high school, Trevor illuminates his curious world with an incisive wit and unflinching honesty. His stories weave together to form a moving and searingly funny portrait of a boy making his way through a damaged world in a dangerous time, armed only with a keen sense of humor and a mother's unconventional, unconditional love. Praise for Born a Crime "[A] compelling new memoir . . . By turns alarming, sad and funny, [Trevor Noah's] book provides a harrowing look, through the prism of Mr. Noah's family, at life in South Africa under apartheid. . . . Born a Crime is not just an unnerving account of growing up in South Africa under apartheid, but a love letter to the author's remarkable mother."--Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times "[An] unforgettable memoir."--Parade "What makes Born a Crime such a soul-nourishing pleasure, even with all its darker edges and perilous turns, is reading Noah recount in brisk, warmly conversational prose how he learned to negotiate his way through the bullying and ostracism. . . . What also helped was having a mother like Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah. . . . Consider Born a Crime another such gift to her--and an enormous gift to the rest of us."--USA Today "[Noah] thrives with the help of his astonishingly fearless mother. . . . Their fierce bond makes this story soar."--People
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    I Just Can't Put It Down

    by Wolf Wolf

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    Entwined

    by Evelyne M. Cynk

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    These Broken Stars

    by Amie Kaufman

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    Vivian Conroy

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    Birthright

    by Kim Fedyk

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    The Silent Patient

    by Alex Michaelides

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    Love and Stalk

    by Gabrielle Crow

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    Valor

    by Sever Bronny

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    The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

    by Taylor Jenkins Reid

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    The Mirror & the Light

    by Hilary Mantel

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    The Silent Sufferer

    by Frank Negolfka

    One brief moment in time has the ability to alter everything you thought you knew about life. In the blink of an eye, my whole world was thrown off course. No one escapes life without obstacles to overcome. Sometimes these obstacles are outside of our control and sometimes they are battles within ourselves. This story is my personal journey of how my father's suicide led me down a path of destruction. As a young teen, I was not able to cope with the challenges that were facing me: medical issues, alcohol, death, and an uphill battle with suicidal ideations. This story will have you laughing while reliving your teenage years and crying as you go through my personal pain. Come with me on an entertaining ride, down a dark road.
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    Summary & Study Guide Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine

    by BookRags.com

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    Red Rising

    by Pierce Brown

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, BUZZFEED, GOODREADS AND SHELF AWARENESS Pierce Brown's heart-pounding debut is the first book in a spectacular series that combines the drama of Game of Thrones with the epic scope of Star Wars. ********** 'Pierce Brown's empire-crushing debut is a sprawling vision . . . Ender, Katniss, and now Darrow' - Scott Sigler, New York Times bestselling author of Pandemic '[A] top-notch debut novel . . . Red Rising ascends above a crowded dystopian field' - USA Today ********** Darrow is a Helldiver. A pioneer of Mars. Born to slave beneath the earth so that one day, future generations might live above it. He is a Red - humankind's lowest caste. But he has something the Golds - the ruthless ruling class - will never understand. He has a wife he worships, a family who give him strength. He has love. And when they take that from him, all that remains is revenge . . .
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    First Nights

    by Thomas Forrest Kelly

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    The Fourth Kinetic

    by Brady Moore

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    The Divine Cities Trilogy

    by ROBERT JACKSON BENNETT

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    Mornings in Jenin

    by Susan Abulhawa

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    In Sleep You Know

    by Christiane Knight

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    The Collected Hot Dragon Girls

    by Paul Lucas

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    Legendborn

    by Tracy Deonn

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    Weird Stort Shories

    by Sean Newberg

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    The Cursed Titans (2) (Tempest Blades)

    by Ricardo Victoria

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    Bluebeard

    by Kurt Vonnegut

    Kurt Vonnegut has surpassed even his own giddy heights of hilariously bitter irony in Bluebeard. It is a novel so funny and yet so terribly serious that you will read it - then reconsider your own life.
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    The Vanishing Half

    by Brit Bennett

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    The Poet X

    by Elizabeth Acevedo

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    Alif the Unseen

    by G. Willow Wilson

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    Assault on Devil's Den

    by Eric Balch

    Pelagius, servant off Ender, god of valor, is haunted by his recent and brutal battles. He is tired, battle-weary, and ready to put down the mantle of hero. Seeking a reprieve from the nightmarish memories of his endeavors, he and his companion, Bojan, rest in a small hamlet. However, it seems as though the once-proud hero can never be free from danger.During his stay, he and Bojan witness a terrible magical attack. The mysterious Green-Eyed Man uses dark magic that steals the very souls of its victims.Realizing that the source of the Green-Eyed Man's power is none other than the soul-devouring Babu, Pelagius knows there is only one thing he can do. He must infiltrate the fortress of Devil's Den and kill Babu once and for all. But to reach him-let alone stand a chance at defeating him-they must fortify themselves with a company of heroes from all over the kingdom of Waskan and beyond.Will Pelagius and Bojan be able to unite a band of diverse heroes to try and conquer evil? Or will a series of unforeseen obstacles along their way stop them before they can take a stand in the Devil's Den?
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    Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

    by Gail Honeyman

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    CIRCE

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    Anathem

    by Neal Stephenson

    The latest magnificent creation from the award-winning author of Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle trilogy. Erasmas, 'Raz', is a young avout living in the Concent, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers. Three times during history's darkest epochs, violence has invaded and devastated the cloistered community. Yet the avout have always managed to adapt in the wake of catastrophe. But they now prepare to open the Concent's gates to the outside world, in celebration of a once-a-decade rite. Suddenly, Erasmas finds himself a major player in a drama that will determine the future of his world - as he sets out on an extraordinary odyssey that will carry him to the most dangerous, inhospitable corners of the planet...and beyond.
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    The Master and Margarita

    by Mikhail Bulgakov

    Presents a satirical drama about Satan's visit to Moscow, where he learns that the citizens no longer believe in God. He decides to teach them a lesson by perpetrating a series of horrific tricks. Combines two distinct yet interwoven parts, one set in contemporary Moscow, the other in ancient Jerusalem.
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    Ringworld

    by Larry Niven

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    The Heart's Invisible Furies

    by John Boyne

    Named Book of the Month Club's Book of the Year, 2017 Selected one of New York Times Readers’ Favorite Books of 2017 Winner of the 2018 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of The Boy In the Striped Pajamas, a sweeping, heartfelt saga about the course of one man's life, beginning and ending in post-war Ireland Cyril Avery is not a real Avery -- or at least, that's what his adoptive parents tell him. And he never will be. But if he isn't a real Avery, then who is he? Born out of wedlock to a teenage girl cast out from her rural Irish community and adopted by a well-to-do if eccentric Dublin couple via the intervention of a hunchbacked Redemptorist nun, Cyril is adrift in the world, anchored only tenuously by his heartfelt friendship with the infinitely more glamourous and dangerous Julian Woodbead. At the mercy of fortune and coincidence, he will spend a lifetime coming to know himself and where he came from - and over his many years, will struggle to discover an identity, a home, a country, and much more. In this, Boyne's most transcendent work to date, we are shown the story of Ireland from the 1940s to today through the eyes of one ordinary man. The Heart's Invisible Furies is a novel to make you laugh and cry while reminding us all of the redemptive power of the human spirit.
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    To Sleep in a Sea of Stars

    by Christopher Paolini

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    Race At Arms

    by Kane Hikari

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    Do I Need this Fabric?

    by Pink Threaded Owl

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    The Once and Future King

    by Terence Hanbury White

    Describes King Arthur's life from his childhood to the coronation, creation of the Round Table, and search for the Holy Grail
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    The Starlancer Chronicles

    by Jon Paul Jones

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    A Darker Shade of Magic

    by V. E. Schwab

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    Undead as a Doornail (Phoenix Bones

    by William F. Aicher

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    The Memory Thief

    by Lauren Aguirre

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    The Metamorphosis

    by Franz Kafka

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    Vengewar (Wake the Dragon, 2)

    by Kevin J. Anderson

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    Sorcery of Thorns

    by Margaret Rogerson

    A New York Times bestseller! “A bewitching gem...I absolutely loved every moment of this story.” —Stephanie Garber, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Caraval series “If you loved the Hogwarts Library…you’ll be right at home at Summershall.” —Katherine Arden, New York Times bestselling author of The Bear and the Nightingale From the New York Times bestselling author of An Enchantment of Ravens comes an “enthralling adventure” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review) about an apprentice at a magical library who must battle a powerful sorcerer to save her kingdom. All sorcerers are evil. Elisabeth has known that as long as she has known anything. Raised as a foundling in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries, Elisabeth has grown up among the tools of sorcery—magical grimoires that whisper on shelves and rattle beneath iron chains. If provoked, they transform into grotesque monsters of ink and leather. Then an act of sabotage releases the library’s most dangerous grimoire, and Elisabeth is implicated in the crime. With no one to turn to but her sworn enemy, the sorcerer Nathaniel Thorn, and his mysterious demonic servant, she finds herself entangled in a centuries-old conspiracy. Not only could the Great Libraries go up in flames, but the world along with them. As her alliance with Nathaniel grows stronger, Elisabeth starts to question everything she’s been taught—about sorcerers, about the libraries she loves, even about herself. For Elisabeth has a power she has never guessed, and a future she could never have imagined.
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    Never See the Sun Again

    by Susan Greenberg Feltman

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    Lotus Empowered

    by Clairissa SinClair

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    The Space Between Worlds

    by Micaiah Johnson

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    The Prague Cemetery

    by Umberto Eco

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    The Garden of Promises and Lies

    by Paula Brackston

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    The Fifth Season

    by N. K. Jemisin

    "Intricate and extraordinary." - New York Times on The Fifth Season (A New York Times Notable Book of 2015) WINNER OF THE HUGO AWARD FOR BEST NOVEL 2016 This is the way the world ends...for the last time. A season of endings has begun. It starts with the great red rift across the heart of the world's sole continent, spewing ash that blots out the sun. It starts with death, with a murdered son and a missing daughter. It starts with betrayal, and long dormant wounds rising up to fester. This is the Stillness, a land long familiar with catastrophe, where the power of the earth is wielded as a weapon. And where there is no mercy. For more from N. K. Jemisin, check out: The Inheritance Trilogy The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms The Broken Kingdoms The Kingdom of Gods The Inheritance Trilogy (omnibus edition) Shades in Shadow: An Inheritance Triptych (e-only short fiction) The Awakened Kingdom (e-only novella) Dreamblood Duology The Killing Moon The Shadowed Sun The Broken EarthThe Fifth SeasonThe Obelisk Gate
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    One Day in December

    by Josie Silver

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    Gomez y Ysidro

    by Wang Fuzhi

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    Capsule X

    by William Schumpert

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    Andrew Heasman

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    The Reluctant Savior

    by Robert Erickson

    J. Michael Miller walks the halls of the wealthy and powerful as a successful, respected business and investment advisor. On the surface, he's living the American dream. Soon, a long and expensive divorce changes the lanky Texan's views on life. The corporate world and material trappings he valued suddenly seem shallow and pointless. Michael needs a change, so he leaves his booming business in the hands of a capable assistant, buys a used recreational vehicle, and sets out to see the land and its people. A series of chance meetings lead Michael to Towson, a small Pacific coast town surrounded by forest. Towson is a town in decline, lacking any major industry and denied its rightful state funding. Michael, with his keen business eye, sees potential all over Towson-in its forests, its now defunct boat works, and its friendly citizens. And he sees potential of a different sort in the town's only medical provider, Marilyn Hodges. As Michael plants seeds of opportunity across Towson, the townsfolk pay attention, starting a dramatic shift in how the town views itself. A masterful gardener of dreams, Michael may just save Towson-and find his own peace.
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    Dial A for Aunties

    by Jesse Q. Sutanto

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    The Viking On Stamford Bridge

    by Brent Jordan

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    EXTINCTION IMMINENT

    by Simon Warwick Beresford

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    The Happy Ever After Playlist

    by Abby Jimenez

    'Sweet and achingly romantic - a truly wonderful love story' Beth O'Leary, author of The Flatshare From the USA Today bestselling author of The Friend Zone comes an adorable and fresh romantic comedy about one trouble-making dog who brings together two perfect strangers. Two years after losing her fiancé, Sloan Monroe still can't seem to get her life back on track. But one trouble-making pup with a 'take me home' look in his eyes is about to change everything. With her new pet by her side, Sloan finally starts to feel more like herself. Then, after weeks of unanswered texts, Tucker's owner reaches out. He's a musician on tour in Australia. And bottom line: he wants Tucker back. Well, Sloan's not about to give up her dog without a fight. But what if this Jason guy really loves Tucker? As their flirty texts turn into long calls, Sloan can't deny a connection. Jason is hot and nice and funny. There's no telling what could happen when they meet in person. The question is: with his music career on the rise, how long will Jason really stick around? And is it possible for Sloan to survive another heartbreak? Praise for Abby Jimenez: 'The Happy Ever After Playlist tackles love after loss with fierce humour and fiercer heart' Casey McQuiston, New York Times bestselling author of Red, White & Royal Blue 'A deliciously hot, sweet debut. This book is an absolute treat.' L. G. Shen, USA Today Bestselling Author 'Harnessing sass, heartfelt struggle, and unapologetic sexuality, Jimenez's debut is as hysterical as it is tear-jerking' Publishers Weekly 'Let's get one thing straight, Abby Jimenez is hilarious' Goodreads reviewer 'I laughed, I teared up, and most importantly, I didn't want to put it down' Goodreads reviewer 'Not only is this book hilarious and heartfelt, it felt real' Goodreads reviewer '5 stars isn't enough for this laugh out loud, beautifully honest, and sometimes heart-breaking novel' Goodreads reviewer
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    Elven Quest Series

    by Laura E. Thompson

    Join Isobel and her companions on an exciting adventure full of magic, love and excitement in the Elven Quest Trilogy, the first three novels in the series. Included in this compilation are;Elven Quest Book 1: The Burden of Destiny follows a young heroine's quest to find her place and save her people. It will inspire readers by addressing the meaning of trust, duty, loss, love, and the importance of preserving the world in which we all belong.Elven Quest Book 2: The enchanting journey continues with book two of Elven Quest: Elemental's Favor, as we follow our young heroine Isobel and her band of irreplaceable companions. They will face new challenges, encounter new magic and learn more about each other and the elements that surround them. The group travels toward Undrean in an attempt to put an end to the evil Madeara, who plans to plunge the realm into darkness and misery.Elven Quest Book 3: Book three of Elven Quest: Realization of Truth, is an exciting, climatic end of the journey, full of endearing moments with familiar faces. Isobel must unravel hidden truths and attempt to gain the trust of the remaining Elementals. She will not have any hope of beating her sister and her forces without the
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    The Lord of the Rings Illustrated Edition

    by J.R.R. Tolkien

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    The Witch's Heart

    by Genevieve Gornichec

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    The War of the Flowers

    by Tad Williams

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    A Long Petal of the Sea

    by Isabel Allende

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    The Alchemist

    by Paulo Coelho

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    Academy of Breath and Fire

    by Kristofor Hellmeister

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    Roadside Picnic (Rediscovered Classics)

    by Arkady Strugatsky

    A troubled man leads a writer and a scientist into "The Zone," a mysterious area where the laws of physics no longer apply. All three journey towards "The Room," which supposedly has the power to fulfill the innermost wishes of anyone who enters therein.
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    The Old Block

    by Mark Scott Piper

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    E. A. Vol. 1 BREVE ANTOLOGÍA DEL TALLER DE LITERATURA FANTÁSTICA Y DE CIENCIA FICCIÓN “ESPACIO ABIERTO” (Spanish Edition)

    by Daniel Burguet

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    You're Welcome

    by T. L. Greene

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    How to Stop Time

    by Matt Haig

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    The Bone Shard Daughter

    by Andrea Stewart

    'One of the best fantasy novels I've read in a long time...This book is truly special' Sarah J. Maas 'Epic fantasy at its most human and heartfelt . . . inventive, adventurous and wonderfully written' Alix E. Harrow 'Brilliant world-building, deep intrigue and incredible heart' Megan E. O'Keefe The Sukai Dynasty has ruled the Phoenix Empire for over a century, their mastery of bone shard magic powering the monstrous constructs that maintain law and order. But now the emperor's rule is failing, and revolution is sweeping across the Empire's many islands. Lin is the Emperor's daughter, but a mysterious illness has stolen her childhood memories and her status as heir to the empire. Trapped in a palace of locked doors and old secrets, Lin vows to reclaim her birthright by mastering the forbidden art of bone shard magic. But the mysteries behind such power are dark and deep, and wielding her family's magic carries a great cost. When the revolution reaches the gates of the palace itself, Lin must decide how far she is willing to go to claim her throne - and save her people. The Bone Shard Daughter is an unmissable fantasy debut for 2020 - a captivating tale of magic, revolution and mystery, where a young woman's sense of identity will make or break an empire. 'A bold, ambitious debut' M. R. Carey 'Utterly absorbing. I adored it' Emily A. Duncan 'A triumph. Memorable characters and bone-chilling secrets that keep you turning the pages' K. S. Villoso 'Begins with a spark of intrigue that ignites into a thrilling adventure' Hafsah Faizal 'Intricate and expansive, incisive and thoughtful - a complex web of political and personal intrigue' Kerstin Hall 'A thoroughly fantastic read and I eagerly await the sequel' Kevin Hearne 'Groundbreaking epic fantasy for a new age' Tasha Suri
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    Exhalation

    by Ted Chiang

    ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES 10 BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR A NATIONAL BESTSELLER "Exhalation by Ted Chiang is a collection of short stories that will make you think, grapple with big questions, and feel more human. The best kind of science fiction." --Barack Obama From the acclaimed author of Stories of Your Life and Others--the basis for the Academy Award -nominated film Arrival: a groundbreaking new collection of short fiction. "THE UNIVERSE BEGAN AS AN ENORMOUS BREATH BEING HELD." In these nine stunningly original, provocative, and poignant stories, Ted Chiang tackles some of humanity's oldest questions along with new quandaries only he could imagine. In "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate," a portal through time forces a fabric seller in ancient Baghdad to grapple with past mistakes and second chances. In "Exhalation," an alien scientist makes a shocking discovery with ramifications that are literally universal. In "Anxiety Is the Dizziness of Freedom," the ability to glimpse into alternate universes necessitates a radically new examination of the concepts of choice and free will. Including stories being published for the first time as well as some of his rare and classic uncollected work, Exhalation is Ted Chiang at his best: profound, sympathetic--revelatory.
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    The Violins Played before Junstan (Celwyn Book 1)

    by Lou Kemp

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    UNYIELDING FLAME

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

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    Ebenezer

    by Mr Douglas A Bass

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    Chris Ward

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    The Road to Kensington

    by Angel Harrt

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    The Spy Within

    by Lavinia Dasani

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    The Pillars of the Earth

    by Ken Follett

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    A Gentleman in Moscow

    by Amor Towles

    The mega-bestseller with more than 1.5 million readers that is soon to be a major television series "The novel buzzes with the energy of numerous adventures, love affairs, [and] twists of fate." —The Wall Street Journal He can’t leave his hotel. You won’t want to. From the New York Times bestselling author of Rules of Civility—a transporting novel about a man who is ordered to spend the rest of his life inside a luxury hotel. In 1922, Count Alexander Rostov is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, and is sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol, a grand hotel across the street from the Kremlin. Rostov, an indomitable man of erudition and wit, has never worked a day in his life, and must now live in an attic room while some of the most tumultuous decades in Russian history are unfolding outside the hotel’s doors. Unexpectedly, his reduced circumstances provide him entry into a much larger world of emotional discovery. Brimming with humor, a glittering cast of characters, and one beautifully rendered scene after another, this singular novel casts a spell as it relates the count’s endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a man of purpose.
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    All the Birds in the Sky

    by Charlie Jane Anders

    Childhood friends Patricia Delfine, a witch, and Laurence Armstead, a mad scientist, parted ways under mysterious circumstances during middle school. But as adults they both wind up in near-future San Francisco, where Laurence is an engineering genius and Patricia works with a small band of other magicians to secretly repair the world’s ever growing ailments. But something is determined to bring them back together—to either save the world, or end it.
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    The Black Jacobins

    by C.L.R. James

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    Generals & Potholes

    by Robert Erickson

    A New York Times bestseller! An epic history of the decline of American military leadership—from the bestselling author of Fiasco and Churchill and Orwell. While history has been kind to the American generals of World War II—Marshall, Eisenhower, Patton, and Bradley—it has been less kind to the generals of the wars that followed, such as Koster, Franks, Sanchez, and Petraeus. In The Generals, Thomas E. Ricks sets out to explain why that is. In chronicling the widening gulf between performance and accountability among the top brass of the U.S. military, Ricks tells the stories of great leaders and suspect ones, generals who rose to the occasion and generals who failed themselves and their soldiers. In Ricks’s hands, this story resounds with larger meaning: about the transmission of values, about strategic thinking, and about the difference between an organization that learns and one that fails.
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    The White Owl (The Chronicles of Calmarra Book 1)

    by B. D. Connor

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    No Matter What (Send A Story)

    by Debi Gliori

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    The Shipping News

    by E. Annie Proulx

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    Emergency Contact

    by Mary H. K. Choi

    “Smart and funny, with characters so real and vulnerable, you want to send them care packages. I loved this book.” —Rainbow Rowell From debut author Mary H.K. Choi comes a compulsively readable novel that shows young love in all its awkward glory—perfect for fans of Eleanor & Park and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. For Penny Lee, high school was a total nonevent. Her friends were okay, her grades were fine, and while she’d somehow landed a boyfriend, they never managed to know much about each other. Now Penny is heading to college in Austin, Texas, to learn how to become a writer. It’s seventy-nine miles and a zillion light years away from everything she can’t wait to leave behind. Sam’s stuck. Literally, figuratively, emotionally, financially. He works at a café and sleeps there too, on a mattress on the floor of an empty storage room upstairs. He knows that this is the god-awful chapter of his life that will serve as inspiration for when he’s a famous movie director but right this second the seventeen bucks in his checking account and his dying laptop are really testing him. When Sam and Penny cross paths it’s less meet-cute and more a collision of unbearable awkwardness. Still, they swap numbers and stay in touch—via text—and soon become digitally inseparable, sharing their deepest anxieties and secret dreams without the humiliating weirdness of having to, you know, see each other.
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    Bridge of Sighs

    by Richard Russo

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    A Company of Fools

    by Deborah Ellis

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    Thirteen Problems

    by CHRISTIE AGATHA

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    Guardian Angel

    by Lucas Mercier

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    What Happened

    by Hillary Rodham Clinton

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    The Thirteenth Tale

    by Diane Setterfield

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    The Wretched of the Earth

    by Frantz Fanon

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    Unbound

    by Neal Lozano

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    Aestus

    by S. Z. Attwell

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    The Kill Artist

    by Daniel Silva

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    The Time of Your Life

    by Christina Jane

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    World War Z

    by Max Brooks

    An account of the decade-long conflict between humankind and hordes of the predatory undead is told from the perspective of dozens of survivors who describe in their own words the epic human battle for survival.
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    Dracula

    by Bram Stoker

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    Backstage

    by Joan Wendland

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    Shantaram

    by Gregory David Roberts

    Having escaped an Australian maximum security prison, a disillusioned man loses himself in the slums of Bombay, where he works for a drug mafia kingpin, smuggles arms for a crime lord, forges bonds with fellow exiles, and finds love with an elusive woman. A first novel. Reprint.
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    Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer (1))

    by Laini Taylor

    'Prepare to be enchanted' Sun The magical Sunday Times bestseller by Laini Taylor, author of the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy ********* The dream chooses the dreamer. Since he was five years old, Lazlo Strange has been obsessed with the mythic lost city of Weep, but it would take someone bolder than he to go in search of it. Then a stunning opportunity presents itself - in the person of a hero called the Godslayer and a band of legendary warriors, and he has to seize his chance or lose his dream forever. What happened in Weep to cut it off from the world? What did the Godslayer slay that went by the name of god? And what is the mysterious problem he now seeks help in solving? The answers await in Weep, but so do many more mysteries - including the blue-skinned goddess who visits Lazlo's dreams . . . ********* A recipient of the Michael L. Printz Honor award for excellency in YA literature 'Magical' Grazia 'A stunning, sensory feast of a novel' Dail Mail 'Leaves the reader enthralled, enchanted and entirely entranced' New York Journal of Books 'Laini Taylor is so damn good' Leigh Bardugo
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    The Nesting Dolls

    by Alina Adams

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    The Grand Dame of Bourbon Street

    by Mahogany SilverRain

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    The King of Elfland's Daughter

    by Lord Dunsany

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    The Girl Who Fell From the Sky

    by Heidi W. Durrow

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    Why Not Me?

    by Mindy Kaling

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    You Wish

    by Mark Scott Piper

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    The Vicarious Life of Mina Price

    by Kendra Jones

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    The Family Tree

    by Sheri S. Tepper

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    Namesake

    by Adrienne Young

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    House in the Cerulean Sea

    by T J Klune

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    The Troop

    by Nick Cutter

    WINNER OF THE JAMES HERBERT AWARD FOR HORROR WRITING “The Troop scared the hell out of me, and I couldn’t put it down. This is old-school horror at its best.” —Stephen King Once every year, Scoutmaster Tim Riggs leads a troop of boys into the Canadian wilderness for a weekend camping trip—a tradition as comforting and reliable as a good ghost story around a roaring bonfire. But when an unexpected intruder stumbles upon their campsite—shockingly thin, disturbingly pale, and voraciously hungry—Tim and the boys are exposed to something far more frightening than any tale of terror. The human carrier of a bioengineered nightmare. A horror that spreads faster than fear. A harrowing struggle for survival with no escape from the elements, the infected…or one another. Part Lord of the Flies, part 28 Days Later—and all-consuming—this tightly written, edge-of-your-seat thriller takes you deep into the heart of darkness, where fear feeds on sanity…and terror hungers for more.
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    Luck Be A Lady

    by Chris H. Stevenson

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    Ulysses

    by James Joyce

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    A Canticle for Leibowitz

    by Walter M. Miller Jr.

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    The Genesis Machine

    by K.J. Gillenwater

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    Oona Out of Order

    by Margarita Montimore

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    The Way of Kings

    by Brandon Sanderson

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    The Bridges of Madison County

    by Robert James Waller

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    A Brief History of Time Travel

    by Edward L. Isbell

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    Somebody's Watching You

    by Robin D'Amato

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    The Withered King (Tempest Blades)

    by Ricardo Victoria

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    The Night Circus

    by Erin Morgenstern

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    The Only Good Indians

    by Stephen Graham Jones

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    At First Sight

    by Nicholas Sparks

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    The Starless Sea

    by Erin Morgenstern

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    When No One Is Watching

    by Alyssa Cole

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    The Kite Runner

    by Khaled Hosseini

    Traces the unlikely friendship of a wealthy Afghan youth and a servant's son, in a tale that spans the final days of Afghanistan's monarchy through the atrocities of the present day.
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    The Stars My Destination

    by Alfred Bester

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    Middlemarch (Penguin Classics)

    by George Eliot

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    Chameleons Are Cool

    by Martin Jenkins

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    Hani and Ishu's Guide to Fake Dating

    by Adiba Jaigirdar

    Hani and Ishu couldn't be less alike - and they definitely don't like each other. But when fates collide and they pretend to date each other, things start to get messy... A heart-warming queer YA love story for fans of Becky Albertalli. Everyone likes Hani Khan - she's easy going and one of the most popular girls at school. But when she comes out to her friends as bisexual, they don't believe her, claiming she can't be bi if she's only dated guys. Panicked, Hani blurts out that she's in a relationship... with a girl her friends can't stand - Ishu Dey. Ishu is the polar opposite of Hani. An academic overachiever, she hopes that becoming head girl will set her on the right track for university. Her only problem? Becoming head girl is a popularity contest and Ishu is hardly popular. Pretending to date Hani is the only way she'll stand a chance of being elected. Despite their mutually beneficial pact, they start developing real feelings for each other. But some people will do anything to stop two Bengali girls from achieving happily ever after.
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    The Middle Kingdom

    by Dermot MacManus

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    Piranesi

    by Susanna Clarke

    From the New York Times bestselling author of Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, an intoxicating, hypnotic new novel set in a dreamlike alternative reality. Piranesi's house is no ordinary building: its rooms are infinite, its corridors endless, its walls are lined with thousands upon thousands of statues, each one different from all the others. Within the labyrinth of halls an ocean is imprisoned; waves thunder up staircases, rooms are flooded in an instant. But Piranesi is not afraid; he understands the tides as he understands the pattern of the labyrinth itself. He lives to explore the house. There is one other person in the house-a man called The Other, who visits Piranesi twice a week and asks for help with research into A Great and Secret Knowledge. But as Piranesi explores, evidence emerges of another person, and a terrible truth begins to unravel, revealing a world beyond the one Piranesi has always known. For readers of Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane and fans of Madeline Miller's Circe, Piranesi introduces an astonishing new world, an infinite labyrinth, full of startling images and surreal beauty, haunted by the tides and the clouds.
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    Psychology Of Time Travel

    by Kate Mascarenhas

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    The Empress of Fay

    by E. E. Snead

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    The Story of John Nightly

    by Tot Taylor

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    The Exorcist

    by William Peter Blatty

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    Colorado Mandala

    by Brian Francis Heffron

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    The Unwanted Guests

    by Marios Eracleous

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    The Oyster Catcher

    by Jo Thomas

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    Don Quixote

    by Miguel De Cervantes

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    Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles, 1)

    by Jeffrey Archer

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    Black Saucer

    by James Allocca

    It is the year 2101, and Earth is a paradise. Anger and desire for war has been replaced over the years by interests in science and technology. Living and working in space has become routine, and humankind is on the verge of reaching for the stars. Yet, like the Earth of today, scientists in the future still seek out a cheap source of energy to power their home planet. In one attempt to find that energy source, an experiment goes terribly wrong. The Earth heats up rapidly, climates change and billions perish. The blue planet becomes uninhabitable. The only known survivors are those living and working in space and on small colonies. While some attempt to repair the Earth, others venture out to the stars in search of a new home. But to those who left, there was always a burning desire to go back to resolve the unanswered questions. This is the story of those who ventured back to their home planet.
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    Jacob Fenwick

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    The Infinity Courts

    by Akemi Dawn Bowman

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    The Midnight Library

    by Matt Haig

    THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A BBC TWO BETWEEN THE COVERS BOOK CLUB PICK Between life and death there is a library. When Nora Seed finds herself in the Midnight Library, she has a chance to make things right. Up until now, her life has been full of misery and regret. She feels she has let everyone down, including herself. But things are about to change. The books in the Midnight Library enable Nora to live as if she had done things differently. With the help of an old friend, she can now undo every one of her regrets as she tries to work out her perfect life. But things aren’t always what she imagined they’d be, and soon her choices place the library and herself in extreme danger. Before time runs out, she must answer the ultimate question: what is the best way to live?
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    The Martian Chronicles

    by Ray Bradbury

    The tranquility of Mars is disrupted by humans who want to conquer space, colonize the planet, and escape a doomed Earth.
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    The Forgotten Garden

    by Kate Morton

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    Farm Hall (Celwyn)

    by Lou Kemp

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    Reaper

    by K.L. Savage

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    I Should Have Worn A Curtain

    by Samyra Alexander