A woman learns to follow her own road in this heartwarming novel inspired by The Wizard of Oz by New York Times bestselling author Virginia Kantra.
An instant New York Times bestseller!
“This is an absolute, can’t-put-it-down thriller. . . . It’s truly a wild ride that had me flying through chapter after chapter—which I think is the perfect way to kick off your year of reading.”—Reese Witherspoon (Reese’s Book Club Pick January 2023)
Now in paperback, the fifth novel of the galaxy-spanning Sun Eater series merges the best of space opera and epic fantasy, as Hadrian Marlowe continues down a path that can only end in fire.
The galaxy is burning.
An Indie Next and LibraryReads Pick!
Rival archaeologists must team up on a secret Aztec expedition, or it could leave their careers—and hearts—in ruins.
Archaeologist Dr. Socorro “Corrie” Mejía has a bone to pick. Literally.
“A romcom-meets-magic delight!”—Sarah Adams, New York Times bestselling author of Practice Makes Perfect
"A beautiful and profound retelling." - Madeline Miller, author of The Song of Achilles and Circe
"Gives the serpent-headed monster of myth a powerful and haunting humanity."- Jennifer Saint, author of Ariadne and Elektra
From the winner of the Prix Goncourt, an exciting comic masterwork rooted in the French countryside.
From the author of the “riveting” (Chicago Tribune) The Midwife of Venice, a fresh and sweeping historical novel following a Jewish woman attempting to bring justice to her family on the eve of World War II.
New York City, 1939: At the height of the Great Depression, a time when President Roosevelt is trying to keep America out of World War II, Giddy Brodsky
“Dunmore is my new find in historical romance. Her A League of Extraordinary Women series is extraordinary.”—Julia Quinn, #1 New York Times bestselling author
In this "riveting, heartfelt" novel of love and consequences (Heather Morris, New York Times bestselling author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz), a woman dreams of becoming a doctor until World War II leads her instead into an astonishing love—and a fateful choice.
Is it possible to fall in love at the edge of life?
From one of the most important voices in contemporary Hebrew literature, the gripping story of a reunion between two family members that brings back a long-forgotten past and reveals secrets that will change their lives forever.
Set during the swampy summer in 1982, this stunning debut novel follows eleven-year-old Sunshine Turner and her troubled father Billy as the secrets of their family's past swirl around them in the one-road town of Fingertip, Louisiana.
"A hymn to gay liberation in the city, and to male beauty." — Darryl Pinckney, T, The New York Times Style magazine
Winner of High Honors from The American Academy of Arts and Letters, Pushcart Prize XLVII includes over 60 stories, poems and essays from dozens of small literary presses .
The winter holiday means a hundred things in a hundred different lands. But no matter where you travel, winter is a time for storytelling. Raven Wakes the World presents a very different winter holiday tale sure to touch the heart, bringing together an ancient Inuit legend and a haunting romance.
A trans man returns to his Florida hometown for Christmas after his career goes up in flames, only to cross paths with his high school ex in this charming rom-com about family and second chances from the author of the “delectable” (Time) Chef’s Kiss.
Eli Ward hasn’t been back to his suffocating hometown of New Port Stephen, Florida, in age
From best-selling Brazilian novelist Patr cia Melo comes a genre-defying tale of women in the Amazon and their reckoning with brutal oppression--by turns poetic, humorous, dark, and inspiring.
The odds of the planet next door hosting intelligent life are——that’s not luck. That’s a miracle. It means something.
The odds of the planet next door hosting intelligent life are—that’s not luck. That’s a miracle. It means something.
“You’ll laugh, you’ll swoon, and you’ll root for Pearl and Cord’s happy ending."—New York Times bestselling author Carley Fortune
Eight years ago, he fell in love with a stranger he couldn’t have—today, she’s back in his life and the sparks between them threaten to set her career on fire.
Given a second chance with an old love, a coolly detached archivist questions the life he could have had, and whether it’s not too late to live it.
A poignant, ingeniously constructed new novel from “one of Europe’s most exciting writers” (New York Times Book Review).
In this gripping, horror-laced debut, a young Cree woman’s dreams lead her on a perilous journey of self-discovery that ultimately forces her to confront the toll of a legacy of violence on her family, her community and the land they call home.
A war once held in the shadows now escalates into full-scale revolution in the second novel of Justin Lee Anderson’s epic Eidyn Saga.The fog of war is lifted and the conspiracy at the heart of Eidyn finally exposed. Now that they know the truth, Aranok and his allies must find a way to free a country that doesn’t know it’s held captive.
Read the original inspiration for the new, boldly reimagined film from producers Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg, starring Taraji P. Henson, Danielle Brooks, and Fantasia Barrino.
In this page-turning novel set in 2003 New York City, a genderqueer book conservator feels trapped by her gender presentation, her ill-fitting relationship, and her artistic block—until she discovers a decades-old hidden queer love letter and becomes obsessed with tracking down its author.
It’s 2003, and artist Dawn Levit is stuck.
And Then There Were None meets I Know What You Did Last Summer in #1 international bestseller Darby Kane’s latest gripping and twisty thriller set on a private island in Maine where secrets piled upon secrets and lies upon lies are all revealed in one fateful weekend.
Gemma Doyle and Jayne Wilson are back on the case when a body is discovered in a haunted museum in bestselling author Vicki Delany's eighth Sherlock Holmes Bookshop mystery.
The second book in an action-packed science fiction trilogy set on a far future world where the fate of nations is determined by battle-hardened warriors who are trained to compete in brutal single combat.
"That rare book that fully satisfies me as an action fan." – Fonda Lee, author of Jade City on The Combat Codes
A Library Reads Pick
A Hard Day for a Hangover is the blockbuster conclusion to the bestselling Sunshine Vicram trilogy by Darynda Jones, author of the New York Times bestselling Charley Davidson series.
The long-awaited new book from multi-award winner Geoff Ryman
An extraordinary science-fiction novel about identity, divinity and alternate reality – the story of the son of God.
“Women, of course, can not be sons of God,”
Instant New York Times Bestseller, now with bonus chapters!
James Patterson and Mike Lupica are the thriller dream team! Jenny Wolf’s murdered father leaves her in charge of a billion-dollar empire—and a family more ruthless than Succession's Roys and Yellowstone’s Duttons.
Named a Best New Book of December 2022 by Buzzfeed · New York Post · PopSugar · PureWow · E! Online · Amazon
A People Best New Book: "A dark tale of revenge."
An enchanting new standalone novel from CWA Dagger winner Colin Cotterill, set in Bangkok: a mystery without a crime, where the line between fact and fiction blurs, and nothing is as simple as it appears
Timeless Stitches & Beautiful Bindings to Craft Your Perfect Book
You don’t need to be an experienced bookbinder to create one-of-a-kind books. Chanel Ly, founder of Bitter Melon Bindery, is here to guide you through 12 practical projects that you can personalize to show off your creative side. All you need are a few basic tools and materials to get started.
New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong’s Rockton Novels had one of the most unique towns in crime fiction. Murder at Haven's Rock is a spinoff, a fresh start... with a few new dangers that threaten everything before it even begins.
Haven’s Rock, Yukon. Population: 0
First published in a limited run in 1934, this exceedingly rare and fast-paced bibliomystery set against the landscapes of Yorkshire is long overdue its return to print.
The note read:
"Will the gentleman who took by mistake a copy of Bunyan's Life and Death of Mr. Badman, return it as soon as possible, as the book is in demand."
From the New York Times bestselling author comes a novel in which dedicated, if somewhat demented, environmentalists battle sleazy real estate developers in the Florida Keys.
"Rips, zips, hurtles, keeping us turning the pages at breakfinger pace." —New York Times Book Review
The TikTok sensation, now with new exclusive content!
Meet the Bergmans in this enemies-to-lovers new adult romance that tackles the vulnerability of love with humor and heart.
In the vein of Such a Fun Age, a whip-smart, compulsively readable novel about two upper-class stay-at-home mothers—one white, one Black—living in a "perfect" suburb that explores motherhood, friendship, and the true meaning of sisterhood amidst the backdrop of America’s all-too-familiar racial reckoning.
A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice * An NPR Best Book of the Year * A Padma Lakshmi Book Club Pick
For fans of On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, an unforgettable story about female friendship and queer love in a Muslim-American community
“Stunningly beautiful.” —The New York Times Book Review
The TikTok-favorite and USA Today bestselling Eden Series ends with an emotional, unrequited love story.
From one of the most original voices in fantasy comes a heart-warming tale of peace, love, and battlefield salvage.
If you’re going to get ahead in the battlefield salvage business, you have to regard death as a means to an end. In other words, when the blood flows, so will the cash.
A provocative collection of interconnected tales, bridging the worlds of mysticism and heresy, faith and desire-from the award-winning author of Everything is God and The Heresy of Jacob Frank.
The first book in a seafaring fantasy trilogy that George R. R. Martin has described as “even better than the Farseer Trilogy—I didn’t think that was possible.” Now in a glorious new edition!
The award-winning anthology, in trade paperback for the first time, featuring two-dozen SF&F short stories, including one of the last published works within Robert Jordan's bestselling Wheel of Time series
National Outdoor Book Awards Winner
The true, harrowing story of the ill-fated 1913 Canadian Arctic Expedition and the two men who came to define it.
NEW AND EXPANDED EDITION, NOW WITH 58 SONGSFollowing his 2016 smash hit Anatomy of a Song, acclaimed music
journalist Marc Myers collects fifty-five new oral histories of
iconic songs from his popular Wall Street Journal column Songs that sell the most copies become hits, but some of those hits become
"The best one-volume history of modern Vietnam in English" (Wall Street Journal)
In Vietnam, Christopher Goscha tells the full history of Vietnam, from antiquity to the present day. Generations of emperors, rebels, priests, and colonizers left complicated legacies in this remarkable country.
An engrossing and revealing study of why we deem certain animals “pests” and others not—from cats to rats, elephants to pigeons—and what this tells us about our own perceptions, beliefs, and actions, as well as our place in the natural world
Midoriya inherits the superpower of the world’s greatest hero, but greatness won’t come easy.
What would the world be like if 80 percent of the population manifested superpowers called “Quirks”? Heroes and villains would be battling it out everywhere! Being a hero would mean learning to use your power, but where would you go to study?
In this “incisive” (Vanity Fair) and “authoritative” (New York Times) instant New York Times bestseller, America’s top historians set the record straight on the most pernicious myths about our nation’s past
The United States is in the grip of a crisis of bad history.
Garfield’s back in this brand-new full-color compilation comic strip book—truly a must-have for fans!
Garfield was born to be wired! Coffee—and lots of it—is the only way to kick-start his day. Got chocolate? He’ll binge on that, too. Garfield lovers will get a jolt of joy from this new collection of comics guaranteed to boost your spirits!
An Agatha Christie-style murder mystery set in the world of English competitive baking from Giant Days’ John Allison and Max Sarin.
In this life-changing book, writer and spiritual coach Neal Allen, teaches us a stunning new method for quieting the inner critic."Better Days will help you get to know your inner critic, and quiet its yammering, and in so doing, get to know the person you were born to be." - Anne Lamott, Author of Dusk Night Dawn, Bird by Bird and others
A thrilling, vivid, and “compelling” (Wall Street Journal) account of the epic siege during one of World War II’s most important battles, told by the brilliant British editor-turned-historian and author of Checkpoint Charlie.
To the Soviet Union, the sacrifices that enabled the country to defeat Nazi Germany in World War II were sacrosanct.
One of The New Yorker's Best Books of the Year
"A lively book.…[Luzzi] brilliantly sets the operatic stage of vibrant, violent Renaissance Florence and brings to life the characters who helped resurrect Botticelli." —Max Norman, Wall Street Journal
Mikako aims to take the world of fashion by storm but stumbles when love comes into season in this coming-of-age tale from the creator of Nana!
Welcome to Happy Berry! No, this isn’t a fruit stand, but the label dreamed up by aspiring fashion designer Mikako Koda.
Longlisted for the Porchlight Business Book Awards
“A smart and accessible cultural history.”-Los Angeles Times
A portrait--by turns celebratory, skeptical, and surprisingly moving--of one of America's most iconic institutions, from an author who “might be the most influential design critic writing now” (LARB).
From the bestselling author of A History of the World in 6 Glasses, an eye-opening road trip through 5,500 years of humans on the go, revealing how transportation inevitably shapes civilization.
Forage all across the country with this informative guide to 274 edible plants, presented by expert Green Deane.
"Sullivan remains the critic American journalism requires, a veteran practitioner with street cred, still in touch with the ‘unaccountable joy’ of reporting and writing that continues to draw talented young people to the field.” —Steve Coll, The New York Times Book Review
Overcome your fears of money, break old spending habits, and become more mindful of your personal finances with this fun, illustrated workbook from the Wall Street Journal.
A selection of sharp, witty, and impeccably crafted poems from A. E. Stallings, the award-winning poet and translator.
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Tender Headed, selected by Camille Rankine as a winner of the 2022 National Poetry Series, is a musical and formally playful meditation on Black identity and masculinity
Longlisted for the PEN/Jean Stein Book Award
A historical tapestry of border-crossing travelers, of students, wanderers, martyrs and invaders, The White Mosque is a memoiristic, prismatic record of a journey through Uzbekistan and of the strange shifts, encounters, and accidents that combine to create an identity
Packed with dramatic true stories from one of European history’s most romantic and turbulent eras, this epic narrative chronicles the five vividly rendered queens of the Plantagenet kings who ruled England between 1299 and 1409.
“A thorough and illuminating survey of the Plantagenet dynasty.”—Publishers Weekly
An eye-opening guide to how America feeds itself and an essential companion book to the new documentary
America’s food system is broken, harming family farmers, workers, the environment, and our health. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
A unique celebration of silence—in art, literature, nature, and spirituality—and an exploration of its ability to bring inner peace, widen our perspectives, and inspire the human spirit in spite of the noise of contemporary life.
Find quiet reflective moments in your life—and reduce your stress levels drastically—with this classic bestselling guide updated and featuring a new introduction and afterword.When Wherever You Go, There You Are was first published in 1994, no one could have predicted that the book would launch itself onto bestseller lists nationwide and sell over 1 million copies
A new manga adaptation of the only H.P. Lovecraft story published as a book during his lifetime, by modern horror master Gou Tanabe!
In the winter of 1927-28, the isolated coastal settlement of Innsmouth, Massachusetts was assaulted by U.S. government agents—its waterfront burned and dynamited, its people taken away to internment camps.
Discover the healing power of more than 180 crystals in this ultimate guide to mineral magic
A runaway werewolf meets a witch boy, and their lives will never be the same.
In a world where weredogs, witches, and humans live side by side, Lumine is a down-on-his-luck weredog with nowhere to turn…until he meets antisocial witch boy Kody.
A magisterial history of the centuries-long conflict between “progress” and “tradition” in the world’s largest international institution.
"Vintage Stoppard in its intelligence and wit." --VarietyIt is 1936, and A. E. Housman is being ferried across the river Styx, glad to be dead at last--yet his memories are dramatically alive.
A leading psychological researcher shares compelling science and valuable practices for mindfully using nostalgia to live a more grounded, connected, and purposeful life.
The Ultimate Guide to Total Pet Wellness
Enrich and extend your dog’s life with this all-in-one guide to holistic pet health from the trusted creators of The BK Pets, Bryce and Kenzie Francois. Under their expert guidance, you’ll learn:
Light That Flame and Set Your Magic in Motion
Sharing more than thirty-five spells and exercises, bestselling author Rachel Patterson guides you through every aspect of working with wick and wax, from the fundamentals to creating your own candle magic. She teaches you how to use candle spells for healing, protection, love, luck, inspiration, and much more.
A poignant and ruthlessly honest journey through cultural expectations of size, race, and gender—and toward a brighter future—from National Book Award nominee Evette Dionne
My body has not betrayed me; it has continued rebounding against all odds. It is a body that others map their expectations on, but it has never let me down.
Whether you want to take a day-hike, drive the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, or spend the night in a rustic mountain lodge, the local Fodor's travel experts in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are here to help Fodor's InFocus Great Smoky
Recipes, Crafts & Activities to Inspire Your Creativity and Bring More Meaning to Every Season
Welcome natural energies into your life with vibrant wheel of the year traditions that encompass your whole home.
The beauty of Japan seen through the lens of a photographer based in Germany.
Oh, The Places You’ll Sketch!
The Step-By-Step Guide to Becoming the Next Big Fashion Illustrator
Experience the Magic of the Dream World Through South American Witchcraft
Venezuelan practitioner Elhoim Leafar presents more than seventy spells, charms, folk remedies, and exercises to help you understand the world of dreams. With his wealth of experience, Elhoim demonstrates what dream witchery is, why it's important, and how to practice it.
Gold Medal Winner in Spiritual Memoir, 2023 Nautilus Book Awards
A Place at the Table is a profound book, lyrically written, and subversively humorous in its observation of daily life lived in community.
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