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July 30, 2014
  1. Eleanor and Park
    by Rainbow Rowell
  2. The Dinner
    by Herman Koch
  3. Life After Life
    by Kate Atkinson
  4. Let the Great World Spin
    by Colum McCann
  5. The Tiger's Wife
    by Tea Obreht
  6. Swamplandia! (Vintage Contemporaries)
    by Karen Russell
  7. The Luminaries
    by Eleanor Catton
  8. The Signature of All Things
    by Elizabeth Gilbert
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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 one of the best YA books I've read this year.... (read more)


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  1. 1Q84
    Used Hardcover $14.95
  2. Let the Great World Spin
    Used Trade Paper $7.50
  3. The Tiger's Wife
    Used Trade Paper $9.95
  4. The Historian: A Novel
    Used Hardcover $5.50
  5. The Son
    Used Trade Paper $11.95
  6. Burnt Shadows
    Used Trade Paper $5.95

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Tournament of Books 2008
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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Junot Diaz

Pulitzer Prize-winner Junot Díaz’s first book, Drown, established him as a major new writer with “the dispassionate eye of a journalist and the tongue of a poet” (Newsweek). His first novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao... (read more)


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The Cat's Table

Michael Ondaatje

In the early 1950s, an eleven-year-old boy boards a ship bound for England, and at mealtimes is seated at the "cat's table" with a ragtag group of "Suez Canal, into the Mediterranean, the boys tumble from one adventure to another, "bursting all over the... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2011
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Freedom: A Novel

Jonathan Franzen

In his new novel, Jonathan Franzen surpasses the achievements of his National Book Award-winner, The Corrections. Freedom examines every major theme in American life — politics, class, work, culture, and sex, to name a few — through the lens of one... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2009
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A Partisan's Daughter

Louis de Bernieres

From the acclaimed author of Corellis Mandolin and Birds Without Wings (“de Bernières has reached heights that few modern novelists ever attempt” —The Washington Post Book World) comes an intimate new novel, a love story... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2007
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English, August: An Indian Story

Upamanyu Chatterjee

Agastya Sen, known to friends by the English name August, is a child of the Indian elite. His friends go to Yale and Harvard. August himself has just landed a prize government job. The job takes him to Madna, “the hottest town in India,” deep... (read more)


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The Help

Kathryn Stockett

Kathryn Stockett's characters aren't just memorable — they're the kind you start to miss the minute you turn the last page. Set in Mississippi in 1962, they speak from a world careening toward great and long-overdue change, in voices resonating with... (read more)


Tournament of Books 2006
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No Country for Old Men

Cormac McCarthy

Set in our own time along the bloody frontier between Texas and Mexico, this is Cormac McCarthys first novel since Cities of the Plain completed his acclaimed, best-selling Border Trilogy. Llewelyn Moss, hunting antelope near the Rio Grande, instead... (read more)


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  3. Life After Life Used Trade Paper $11.95
  4. Let the Great World Spin
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  5. The Tiger's Wife
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  6. Swamplandia! (Vintage Contemporaries)
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  7. The Luminaries
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  8. The Signature of All Things
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  9. The Son
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  10. The Lacuna
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  11. The White Tiger
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  12. The Good Lord Bird
    Used Hardcover $19.95
  13. Then We Came to the End: A Novel
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  14. The Devil All the Time
    Sale Hardcover $8.98
  15. Shadow Country: A New Rendering of...
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  16. 1Q84
    Used Hardcover $14.95
  17. Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth
    Used Trade Paper $12.95
  18. The Lowland
    Used Hardcover $9.95
  19. The Sense of an Ending
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  20. Unaccustomed Earth
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  21. State of Wonder
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  22. The Road
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