They think nothing can tear their bond apart, until a long-buried secret threatens to destroy everything.Every year they have met up for a vacation, but their time away is much more than just a bit of fun. Over time, it has become a lifesaver, as each of them struggles with life's triumphs and tragedies.Sophie, Emily, Amy and Melissa have been best friends since they were girls.
When secrets tear love apart, can the truth mend it?Mae Summers has it all: a loving fianc', Peter, a job at the flourishing company he owns and a beautiful New York City apartment.
In this compelling, emotionally complex novel, a college friendship sparks a life-changing sacrifice that connects two women forever--even as it shatters their closeness . . .
"Let her go. I'll stay."
From the award-winning author of For Today I Am a Boy, a gripping and deeply felt novel about a group of young girls at a remote camp--and the night that changes everything and will shape their lives for decades to come
A coming-of-age novel about race, privilege, and the struggle to rise in America, written by a former Obama campaign staffer and propelled by an exuberant, unforgettable narrator.
From journalist and author Sue Halpern comes a wry, observant look at contemporary life and its refugees. Halpern's novel is an unforgettable tale of family...the kind you come from and the kind you create.
"The Wild Inside is an unusual love story and a creepy horror novel -- think of the Bront sisters and Stephen King." --John Irving
From the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sense of an Ending, a novel about a young man on the cusp of adulthood and a woman who has long been there, a love story shot through with sheer beauty, profound sadness, and deep truth.
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The final book by one of America's most treasured writers.
"A thoughtful and joyous literary experience that celebrates its characters and liberally rewards its readers." --New York Times Book Review
"I tore through this novel like an orphaned reader seeking a home in its ragtag yet shimmering world." -- Carrie Brownstein
As her Wisconsin community endures a long season of drought and feels the shockwaves of World War II, fifteen-year-old Cielle endures a more personal calamity: the unexpected death of her father. On a balmy summer afternoon, she finds him hanging in the barn--the start of a dark secret that threatens her family's livelihood.