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The Speculator

Fuzzy Nation

The author of the celebrated Old Man's War gives a beloved science fiction series a fresh start.

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Library Without Walls

Tono-Bungay

H.G. Wells's most insightful visions concerned money, ambition, and the human heart.

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Drawn to Read

2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America

Legendary comedian, actor and filmmaker Albert Brooks pens a  satire-flecked vision of tomorrow's America.

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Reading Romance

Secrets and Lies

Stories of lovers with something to hide.

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A Reading Life

Doc

One of the Wild West's most mythic figures,  imagined into life again.

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The Speculator

Walking to Hollywood

The British author makes a tragicomic odyssey through an imaginary L.A.

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Reader's Diary

Lives and Letters

Sparkling insights on art and artists are matched with a taste for scandal's allure in these essays.

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A Reading Life

In the Garden of Beasts

An American family gets pulled into the maelstrom of Nazi terror. 

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The Speculator

New Masters of Story

Three new works of fantasy evoke a Golden Age of fictional invention.

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Rock & Roll &

Sister Oh Sister

A new reissue of early recordings reveals a heartbreaking work of sibling genius.

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Reading Romance

Odd Girls In

Misfits who find their hearts' desire.

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A Reading Life

Other People's Money

Englishness meets the modern markets in the latest from a novelist whose works are marvels of comedy and intellectual depth.

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Reader's Diary

The Picture of Dorian Gray

120 years after its original publication, Oscar Wilde's masterpiece stands fully revealed—and annotated.

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Library Without Walls

The Vintage Thrillers of John Buchan

A celebration of the author of The Thirty-Nine Steps and other classic early modern thrillers.

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Drawn to Read

The Uncoupling

When a New Jersey high school puts on a classic Greek drama, a spell descends over the lives (and beds) of local residents.

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