A dose of dark humor, a captivating historical novel and the 2014 National Book Award winner for fiction make great selections for reading groups this month.
Three novels exploring the confines of art and artistry make great picks for reading groups this month.
Three books following unconventional lives make great picks for reading groups this month.
Three novels exploring the complexity and resilience of the human spirit make great picks for reading groups this month.
Three of the most highly anticipated novels from 2013 are now available in paperback, and they're sure to spark discussion in your reading group.
Consider one of these novels—now out in paperback—for your book club's next read.
Three thought-provoking novels from 2013 are now available in paperback, perfect for sparking discussion in your reading group.
THE BONDS OF FRIENDSHIPIn her enthralling third novel, Falling Together, Marisa de los Santos explores the powerful nature of female friendship. Cat, Pen and Will meet in college, forming a strong bond that lasts throughout their university years. After college, the girls live together until lively, vibrant Cat gets married—a decision that destroys the trio’s special relationship....
EN POINTEIn her gorgeous historical novel, The True Memoirs of Little K, Adrienne Sharp mixes fact and fiction to create an atmospheric period piece set in the glittering imperial court of Russia. Little K is the nickname of ballet legend Mathilde Kschessinska, who is penning her memoirs in Paris, having reached the age of 100, when the novel begins. Mathilde starts her ballet studies as a...
A bracing debut, an international sensation and the latest from one of our funniest writers top this month's selection for book clubs.MARRIAGE & MURDERTense, edgy and disturbing, Mr. Peanut, the first novel from Adam Ross, bravely explores the dark side of love and the emotional complications that cause marriages to implode. David Pepin, a computer game programmer, claims to adore...