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March 26, 2015
  1. All the Light We Cannot See
    by Anthony Doerr
  2. Station Eleven
    by Emily St. John Mandel
  3. Eleanor and Park
    by Rainbow Rowell
  4. Annihilation (Southern Reach Trilogy #1)
    by Jeff VanderMeer
  5. Dept. of Speculation
    by Jenny Offill
  6. The Goldfinch
    by Donna Tartt
  7. The Bone Clocks
    by David Mitchell
  8. The Paying Guests
    by Sarah Waters
  9. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (Neapolitan Novels #3)
    by Elena Ferrante
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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)


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  1. Annihilation (Southern Reach Trilogy #1)
    Used Trade Paper $8.95
  2. The Dinner
    Used Trade Paper $9.95
  3. The Historian: A Novel
    Used Hardcover $2.50
  4. The Paying Guests
    Used Hardcover $19.95
  5. Wolf Hall
    Used Hardcover $10.50
  6. A Mercy: A Novel
    Used Hardcover $6.50

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Adam

Ariel Schrag

I really liked this book. The characters are complex and the gender/sexuality confusion is extremely interesting. Not for the squeamish, there is a lot of explicit sex here, but it is important to the story, and Schrag is quite matter-of-fact about it... (read more)


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Unaccustomed Earth

Jhumpa Lahiri

Unaccustomed Earth is in many ways a deeply and authentically sad book. I would not advise reading the stories too quickly; they will each haunt you for days afterward (and, unusually in a collection like this, they are all equally strong). But Lahiri's... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2007
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The Road

Cormac McCarthy

Being one of the few who didn't care for No Country for Old Men, I couldn't wait to read The Road. It is a spare, fierce novel, more a return to the writing in Outer Dark. It drew me in immediately; I didn't want to put it down, and kept reading until I... (read more)


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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A Visit from the Goon Squad

Jennifer Egan

Jennifer Egan's new novel is a fantastically inventive, intelligent, and fully realized exploration of music, art, and life. It even includes a chapter written in PowerPoint, which is actually a pleasure to read. A Visit from the Goon Squad is Egan's... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2008
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Then We Came to the End: A Novel

Joshua Ferris

Then We Came to the End tells the story of an ad agency in decline, circa 2001. "We had a toy client, a car client, a long-distance carrier and a pet store," readers are told. We. Ferris uses the first person plural to present the agency's collective... (read more)


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Lightning Rods

Helen DeWitt

"All I want is to be a success. That's all I ask." Joe fails to sell a single set of the Encyclopedia Britannica in six months. Then fails to sell a single Electrolux and must eat 126 pieces of homemade pie, served up by his would-be customers who feel... (read more)


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  1. All the Light We Cannot See
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  2. Station Eleven
    Used Hardcover $17.50
  3. Eleanor and Park
    Used Hardcover $12.95
  4. Annihilation (Southern Reach Trilogy #1)
    Used Trade Paper $8.95
  5. Dept. of Speculation
    Used Trade Paper $10.50
  6. The Goldfinch
    Used Hardcover $22.00
  7. The Bone Clocks
    Used Hardcover $21.00
  8. The Paying Guests
    Used Hardcover $19.95
  9. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay... Sale Trade Paper $12.60
  10. Everything I Never Told You
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  11. An Untamed State
    Sale Trade Paper $11.20
  12. Redeployment
    Used Hardcover $18.50
  13. Let the Great World Spin
    Used Trade Paper $8.95
  14. A Brief History of Seven Killings
    Sale Hardcover $20.27
  15. The Son
    Used Trade Paper $11.50
  16. The Dinner
    Used Trade Paper $9.95
  17. The Good Lord Bird
    Used Hardcover $10.50
  18. Adam Used Trade Paper $9.50
  19. Life After Life
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  20. Silence Once Begun (Vintage... Sale Trade Paper $11.17
  21. Swamplandia! (Vintage Contemporaries)
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  22. A Brave Man Seven Storeys Tall
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  23. Open City
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  24. 1Q84
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