Rachel Cusk's new novel attempts a contemporary reprise of a Tolstoyan melody.
Jean Kwok's novel of a Chinese-American girl's life is woven through with hard-won knowledge.
A "so-called believer" explores the argument and art of Philip Pullman's reimagining of gospel narratives.
A new look at an Austrian novel that charts a doctor's unique and uncertain path to redemption.
An Irish novelist's sly tale of a friendship with a bit of mystery at its heart.
The latest novel from the 75-year-old Japanese Nobel Prize winner blends mystery and memory.
In Paul Theroux's latest novel, a stymied writer is drawn into a mystery with religious overtones.
Martin Amis's new novel remembers the sexual revolution as it was "well into its Reign of Terror phase."
A novel mourning the death of journalism, centered on the decline and fall of an English-language paper in Rome.
A gifted and confident storyteller plots the loneliness of a husband of four and father of 28.
The latest novel from Jane Smiley anatomizes a marriage in an era of tumultuous change.
A sparkling, sprawling comedy of a square peg in a family of screwballs.
Sue Miller's novel puts old friends on a collision course.
The award-winning novelist spins a tale of mismatched master and servant, lost in America.
A Qatari computer whiz tries to reprogram himself as an American financial genius.
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