Winner of the 2011 Discover Great New Writers Award for Fiction. David Darby and his son -- known only as The Kid -- struggle to move on after the unexpected death of David's wife. The Kid hasn't spoken since losing his Mom and retreats into a growing collection of notebooks where he records his thoughts and imagines a safer world. Alternating between the bewildered voices of father and son, Scott O'Connor leads readers along a spellbound path to the heart of a mystery.

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Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch is the winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. James Parker calls this Dickensian coming-of-age novel "an enveloping…