Soon to be adapted for television by Carnival, creators of Downton Abbey
An Indie Next Pick
A Science Fiction Book Club Pick
This richly imagined novel tells the story behind The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the book that inspired the iconic film, through the eyes of author L. Frank Baum’s intrepid wife, Maud.
“A gripping, sinister fable!” —Margaret Atwood, via Twitter
ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR:
NPR • GOOD HOUSEKEEPING • LIT HUB • THRILLIST
From legendary writer Amy Hempel, one of the most celebrated and original voices in American short fiction: an astounding collection of fifteen stories that are “riveting in precision” (The Atlantic) and “scintillating as the blade of a knife” (The Wall Street Journal).
Amy Hempel is a master of the short story.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Night Circus, a timeless love story set in a secret underground world—a place of pirates, painters, lovers, liars, and ships that sail upon a starless sea.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • OPRAH’S BOOK CLUB PICK • Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout continues the life of her beloved Olive Kitteridge, a character who has captured the imaginations of millions.
New York Times bestseller
An NPR pick for Best Books of 2018
An O, The Oprah Magazine's Best Book of 2018
A San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of 2018
One of Christian Science Monitor's best fiction reads of 2018
A New York Times Bestseller • A Read with Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick!
People Magazine Book of the Week
"Extraordinary."--Wall Street Journal
"Gripping."--Emma Donoghue, author of Room
"Dazzling."--Smith Henderson, author of Fourth of July Creek
"Fantastic."--Kevin Powers, author of Yellow Birds and A Shout in the Ruins
"Brilliant."--Ron Rash, author of Serena
One of O, The Oprah Magazine’s Ten Best Books of the Year!
The New York Times bestselling collection of essays from beloved poet, Mary Oliver.
On a Good Friday in a picturesque village in Upstate New York, the spring weather is unusually warm and school is closed. It's an ideal day for tanning and partying in the park until Shawnee Padrushky, age 17, drives up in his dad's new pick-up and comes out shooting with one victim in mind--Gunther Smith--the only black student in Shawnee's class, the adopted son of white parents.