Literary Fiction

Reviewed by: 

Fred Fordham's new graphic adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird faithfully recreates Harper Lee's original in a format that brings the magic back to this classic.

Reviewed by: 

In this historical fiction novel, the author meticulously researched the lives of Judith Leyster and Maria de Grebber, two unknown Dutch painters in the 17th century.

Reviewed by: 

“The fact remains that Jonathan Franzen is a hell of a writer.

Reviewed by: 

“Garcia has created a way for these four teens to challenge the way they view themselves, each other, their community, and what they each dream for their future.”

Reviewed by: 

“Sparks sure knows how to ignite the romance between two characters.”

“Whoever loved who loved not at first sight?” —William Shakespeare, As You Like It.

Reviewed by: 

It seems everyone is on a diet, but what about those who aren't, yet are dropping pounds? This is the predicament baffling Scott Carey. Every time he steps on the scale, he weighs less.

Author(s):
Reviewed by: 

Janet Peery’ s second novel, The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs invites the reader into a tale of familial dysfunctionality that resonates on several levels.

Reviewed by: 

“one of the most unusual, unlikely, and un-put-downable PI novels ever.”

Author(s):
Genre(s):
Reviewed by: 

The Chinese have set a mole loose inside the CIA, compromising American efforts to ensure that their home-grown high-tech companies lead the world in research into quantum computing, the ultimate i

Author(s):
Genre(s):
Reviewed by: 

“for lovers of literature and students of the craft, reading Sergio Pitol is to enter one of the great literary minds of our time.”

Reviewed by: 

“his poetic prose is a joy to read even when its vision is pessimistic.”

Reviewed by: 

Fiction as nonfiction. The past master of this is the great Norwegian novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard. But Thomas Mallon in this fascinating novel Landfall has also written in this way.

Reviewed by: 

“The natural and gritty images paint dynamic landscapes that balance myth and reality.”

Reviewed by: 

Glory Edim is the founder of the hugely successful Well-Read Black Girl, a Brooklyn-based book club and digital platform that celebrates the uniqueness of black literature and sisterhood.

Reviewed by: 

“this book is a welcome addition to Andrić’s works where the Balkans are revealed in measured prose and where Andri

Reviewed by: 

“With a plot resembling one of Shakespeare’s plays, in which ‘illusion, deception, madness, and the extraordinary things love will cause us to do’ are revealed, this novel is a delightful a

Reviewed by: 

In this sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Eddie, the amusement park mechanic appears to Annie as a guide in heaven.

Reviewed by: 

This is a beautiful book that spans from the 1920s to the 1960s. It tells the story of Dara, a young woman who falls in love with another young woman called Rhodie.

Reviewed by: 

The institution of marriage is not something one should enter into lightly. It's the combination of two different parties to create one unit.

Reviewed by: 

This novel has a nice setup. A driver, working for an Uber-like company, sees something she shouldn’t and later realizes what she sees could hold the key to solving a murder.

Reviewed by: 

If you have never taken part in a criminal trial, did you ever wonder what actually happens? We, the Jury takes an inside peek into all aspects of a fictitious murder case.

Reviewed by: 

“In the beginning there was one murderer, one mule and one boy, but this isn’t the beginning . . .

Author(s):
Reviewed by: 

“imaginative prelude to the novel that has become one of the most famous horror stories ever written”

Reviewed by: 

"Spells by Michel de Ghelderode offers a collection of stories both beautiful and loathsome. He represents literature that must be wrestled with to fully appreciate. . . .

Pages