WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2023
On a dark, wet evening in Dublin, scientist and mother-of-four Eilish Stack answers her front door to find two officers from Ireland's newly formed secret police on her step. They have arrived to interrogate her husband, a trade unionist.
A Financial Times Best Book of 2023
Filled with real political insight and intrigue, this thrilling novel explores the nature of power through the inner workings of Putin’s regime.
A luminous novel of friendship, family, and the unthinkable realities of exile, from the Booker Prize–nominated and Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Return
A tech start-up and their cutthroat consultants will stop at nothing to realize their dream of filling the skies of America’s cities with flying cars…and their opposition is equally determined to bring that dream crashing down.
Dozens of start-up tech companies are forming each week, innovating at a breakneck pace and forcing change overnight, ready or not.
On a mysterious green planet regenerated by fire, vibrant communities live in harmony with both its strange ecosystem and each other--until the day imperialist forces arrive.Char and her family are among the nomadic Summer people of Germinal who tend to the rich biodiversity of their world through reciprocity and ritual.
Named a Best Book of 2023 by The Washington Post, The New York Public Library, and Publishers Weekly • a national bestseller • a New York Times Editor's Choice pick • Longlisted for the 2024 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction
From the Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author, a hilarious, sharply drawn send-up of local politics • A novel about a dark-horse candidate who risks his personal happiness for a career in the Texas House of Representatives • "Required reading in these politically turbulent times.”—Susan Orlean, author of On Animals
John Irving’s fifteenth novel is “powerfully cinematic” (The Washington Post) and “eminently readable” (The Boston Globe). The Last Chairlift is part ghost story, part love story, spanning eight decades of sexual politics.
In Aspen, Colorado, in 1941, Rachel Brewster is a slalom skier at the National Downhill and Slalom
A daring CIA operation threatens chaos in the Kremlin. But can Langley trust the Russian at its center?
A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW EDITOR'S CHOICE · From the award-winning, bestselling author of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk comes a brilliant and propulsive new novel about greed, power, and American complicity set in Haiti
"An engrossing, psychologically complex and politically astute novel." —The New York Times
Fierce, poignant sci-fi, about hacking, love, and resistance.
Jumping to alternate realities sounds great, if you're in control. But what if you're not? What if you're propelled away from the people and places you love the most in the blink of an eye? And what if these involuntary journeys happen because your neurochemistry is different, and your brain works differently?
"A galloping adventure.” — The Wall Street Journal