Remember back when we said that this fall was one of the biggest ever? Well, that is especially true for fiction. Here are our favorite books from among the dozens going on sale today–click on the title to read our review. Which one are you most looking forward to reading?
Burial Rites by Hannah Kent (Little, Brown). As a teenager, Australian Kent went on an exchange to Iceland and discovered the story of Agnes, a servant woman who was executed for murder in the 1820s—the last person, in fact, to be executed in Iceland.
Dissident Gardens by Jonathan Lethem (Doubleday). An intimate family saga about three generations of all-American radicals. With satire and sympathy, this novel weaves across time and among characters.
Enon by Paul Harding (Random House). After his 12-year-old daughter dies in a senseless accident, a man must deal with his grief and find a way to carry on.
Someone by Alice McDermott (FSG). The National Book Award winner returns with an impressionistic, vivid story of the moments that make up a life.
Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford (Ballantine). The author of the bestseller Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet sets his second novel in 1920s and 1930s Seattle, where a lonely young boy looks for the mother he longs for.
Subtle Bodies by Norman Rush (Knopf). A group of college friends reunites decades years after graduation in Rush's first book to be set in the U.S.
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