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April 1, 2015
  1. All the Light We Cannot See
    by Anthony Doerr
  2. A Tale for the Time Being
    by Ruth Ozeki
  3. Station Eleven
    by Emily St. John Mandel
  4. Eleanor and Park
    by Rainbow Rowell
  5. Annihilation (Southern Reach Trilogy #1)
    by Jeff VanderMeer
  6. Dept. of Speculation
    by Jenny Offill
  7. The Goldfinch
    by Donna Tartt
  8. The Bone Clocks
    by David Mitchell
  9. The Paying Guests
    by Sarah Waters
  10. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (Neapolitan Novels #3)
    by Elena Ferrante
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Tournament of Books 2006
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The Historian: A Novel

Elizabeth Kostova

Breathtakingly suspenseful and beautifully written, The Historian is the story of a young woman plunged into a labyrinth where the secrets of her family's past connect to an inconceivable evil: the dark fifteenth-century reign of Vlad the Impaler and a... (read more)


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  1. The Road
    Used Hardcover $14.95
  2. Fever Chart Used Hardcover $4.95
  3. Against the Day: A Novel
    Used Hardcover $6.95
  4. The Luminaries
    Used Hardcover $10.95
  5. The Devil All the Time
    Used Hardcover $8.50
  6. Then We Came to the End: A Novel
    Used Trade Paper $2.95

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Tournament of Books 2010
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Let the Great World Spin

Colum McCann

McCann chooses to describe one day in the life of New York City, the day in 1974 that the aerialist walked between the not-quite-finished Twin Towers. The chasm between rich and poor, the joy of connection, and the inevitability of our mortality are told... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2007
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Apex Hides the Hurt

Colson Whitehead

The town of Winthrop has decided it needs a new name. The resident software millionaire wants to call it New Prospera; the mayor wants to return to the original choice of the founding black settlers; and the towns aristocracy sees no reason to change the... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2014
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Eleanor and Park

Rainbow Rowell

This is the perfect teen romance. Set in 1986, the characters bond over mixtapes, comic books, and feeling like outsiders. Both sad and hopeful, this is my favorite book of the year. I've been recommending it to all of my YA-reading friends.... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2011
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Room

Emma Donoghue

Emma Donoghue is a truly versatile writer. Although utterly unlike Slammerkin and her other books, Room earns a place of honor while distinguishing itself with a gripping subject that never sinks into gloom, but always floats on a current of Donoghue's... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2015
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The Bone Clocks

David Mitchell

With the sweeping global vision and ability to sum up whole eras of time that he's become known for, along with a fascinating dose of fantasy, The Bone Clocks is David Mitchell's most enthralling and illuminating novel yet. Gorgeously written, bracingly... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2009
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Shadow Country: A New Rendering of the Watson Legend

Peter Matthiessen

2008 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER Peter Matthiessens great American epic-Killing Mister Watson, Lost Mans River, and Bone by Bone-was conceived as one vast mysterious novel, but because of its length it was originally broken up into three books. In this... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2008
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An Arsonist's Guide to Writers' Homes in New England

Brock Clarke

Hilariously twisted and yet somehow still burning with heart, An Arsonist's Guide will be eminently accessible (and very funny) to readers of any background. Lit majors, however, may take special delight in watching the source of so many dull lectures go... (read more)


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  1. All the Light We Cannot See
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  2. A Tale for the Time Being
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  3. Station Eleven
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  4. Eleanor and Park
    Used Hardcover $13.50
  5. Annihilation (Southern Reach Trilogy #1)
    Used Trade Paper $8.95
  6. Dept. of Speculation
    Used Trade Paper $10.50
  7. The Goldfinch
    Used Hardcover $21.00
  8. The Bone Clocks
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  9. The Paying Guests
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  10. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay... Sale Trade Paper $12.60
  11. An Untamed State
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  12. Everything I Never Told You
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  13. Let the Great World Spin
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  14. A Brief History of Seven Killings
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  15. Redeployment
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  16. Adam Used Trade Paper $9.50
  17. The Son
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  18. The Dinner
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  19. Life After Life
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  20. The Good Lord Bird
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  23. A Brave Man Seven Storeys Tall
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