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A Traveler at the Gates of Wisdom

Boyne’s (A Ladder to the Sky) latest novel ingeniously interrogates the historical and cultural roots of our present age

The Margot Affair

This thoughtful and beautifully written first novel perfectly portrays the inner life of a teen as she navigates the path to adulthood. It’s hard to put down and highly recommended for readers who love coming-of-age stories. [See Prepub Alert, 12/9/19.]


Giller and IMPAC–nominated Christie should garner the attention he deserves in America with this spellbinding family saga reflecting fiction’s intensifying interest in the climate crisis as well as humanity’s innate desire to make amends for past wrongs and start anew. [See “Seasonal Selections,” LJ 2/20, p. 27.]

Home Remedies: Stories

Wang’s stories are funny, generous, and surprising as they introduce a youthful demographic that is growing worldwide. Highly recommended for all fiction collections.


King of the Mississippi

In the end, some readers might feel that the concept exceeds the execution. But the Wharton/Fink bonding is worth the ride. For fans of literary fiction.


The Ditch

Koch (The Dinner) creates a story open to interpretation that will appeal to readers who enjoy an unresolved mystery.


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