A family myth casts a spell
In The Tiger's Wife, Téa Obreht follows the trail of a network
of myths. Rayyan Al-Shawaf reviews.
Poetic justice demands an imperfect husband's shaggy reincarnation in this affecting tale of a girl and her dog.
justice demands an imperfect husband's shaggy reincarnation in this affecting
tale of a girl and her dog.
Ward Just puts his Chicago hometown in perspective with a novel of
fathers, sons, and secrets.
A Dostoevskian tale of
murderer, newly translated by the Nobel Prize-winning author of Disgrace.
A novel of Ernest Hemingway's
wife Hadley among the exiles in 1920s Paris.
A new novel engages the question of animal rights
and discovers that humans playing god is not the answer.
The twilight of an actress
from the era of Yeats and Synge, from the author of Star of the Sea.
Adolescent anxieties and popstar pinups are at the heart of this tale of a girl's coming of age and first love.
The Ottoman capital is the
site of a young woman's discovery of her mysterious, magical destiny.
A rollicking novel of a
Tunisian emigrant to Sweden, told in an exuberant remix of languages.
A tale of truth and lies in a legendary
chimpanzee's tale of sentience, love, and murder.
A moving tale from one of
China's literary giants is rooted in a scandalous true story of
The story of an ordinary woman, a younger man, and
the strictures of small-town life.
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