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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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I'm so excited to see this on sale! If you're new to this novel, brace yourself: Francie Nolan is about to win you over. Francie is young, sensitive, imaginative, and determined to make a life for herself, and Smith gently shows us how Francie is like those Brooklyn trees that somehow manage to grow in the city, even in cement, even with no light or water. A moving coming-of-age story of unlikely beauty and resilience. I loved this story from page 1, and totally get why it makes so many readers' "lifetime favorites" lists. No description I ever heard before made me want to read it, so I'll spare you the plot synopsis. I'll just say: read it. Wistful, haunting, satisfying. More info →
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Coal River

Coal River

From the publisher: "In this vibrant new historical novel, the acclaimed author of The Plum Tree and What She Left Behind explores one young woman's determination to put an end to child labor in a Pennsylvania mining town." More info →
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A Deeper Darkness

A Deeper Darkness

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When J.T. Ellison joined the MMD Book Club to talk about reading and writing psychological thrillers, I read this in preparation. I loved this series opener for her Dr. Samantha Owens series and read it in just one night, and when I finally figured out the mystery it wasn't at all what I expected. More info →
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Forever, Interrupted

Forever, Interrupted

Taylor Jenkins Reid's work has been a fun (if sometimes emotionally fraught) palate cleanser when I'm reading mostly serious stuff. I don't want to explain too much about the plot line, but I'll just say Reid's m.o. is to layer chick lit-style prose atop serious, thoughtful subjects. More info →
Ordinary Grace

Ordinary Grace

William Kent Krueger is a fairly new addition to my literary radar; this backlist title was ardently recommended by readers with great taste. In small town Minnesota, 1961, a 13-year-old boy is suddenly brought face to face with death, and it ushers him into a very adult world of love and loss and all their complications. Five people in his community die that year, Frank tells us in the opening pages, and this is his account of what happens, what it meant then, and what it means to him now. Recommended for Louise Penny fans, yes, and also those who enjoyed Snow Falling on Cedars and Summer Reading Guide pick The Current. More info →
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About Grace: A Novel

About Grace: A Novel

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From the publisher: "The first novel by Anthony Doerr, the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning author of Cloud Cuckoo Land, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning #1 New York Times bestseller All the Light We Cannot See, one of the most beautiful, wise, and compelling debuts of recent times. David Winkler begins life in Anchorage, Alaska, a quiet boy drawn to the volatility of weather and obsessed with snow. Sometimes he sees things before they happen—a man carrying a hatbox will be hit by a bus; Winkler will fall in love with a woman in a supermarket. When David dreams that his infant daughter will drown in a flood as he tries to save her, he comes undone. He travels thousands of miles, fleeing family, home, and the future itself, to deny the dream." More info →
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One True Loves

One True Loves

Imagine Cast Away, but in this version Tom Hanks comes home just before the wedding. Emma Blair married her high school sweetheart Jesse in her twenties: they traveled the world together and were blissfully happy—until Jesse's helicopter disappeared over the Pacific. Three years later, she's moved back home, made a new life for herself, and even found love again with a man she plans to marry. But then she gets a call that Jesse's been found, and she's suddenly forced to choose between the husband she thought was gone forever and the man who's helped her learn to live again. A fun bonus for booklovers is the family bookstore that features prominently in the story. More info →
Limelight

Limelight

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I love novels about New York City and was intrigued by the Broadway angle here: everyone's counting on teen pop star Carter Reid to anchor a much-anticipated musical revival, but he is wholly uninterested in fulfilling his contract. Enter Allison Brinkley, a newly unemployed mom who just arrived from Dallas and still feels like a fish out of water in the city. When a series of minor disasters connects her with the young star, one thing is clear: Carter needs a parental figure in his life. I downloaded the audiobook narrated by Carly Robins, and it was a great listen for a solo road trip. (Note: I was especially glad to have the car to myself; it's seriously sweary.) More info →
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Clear Light of Day

Clear Light of Day

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Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. The New Yorker calls this a "rich, Chekhovian novel." James Mustich in his 1,000 Books to Read Before You Die recommends this as a "moving and atmospheric novel" about two sisters who clearly love each other, but whose relationship is strained, caring for their autistic brother at home. The novel flashes back from Old Delhi to their childhood in independence-era India. This is very much a family novel, but one that lives in history's shadow. More info →
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Falling

Falling

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One of the big books of last summer. One reviewer called this "Jaws at 35,000 feet." From the publisher: "You just boarded a flight to New York. There are one hundred and forty-three other passengers onboard. What you don’t know is that thirty minutes before the flight your pilot’s family was kidnapped. For his family to live, everyone on your plane must die. The only way the family will survive is if the pilot follows his orders and crashes the plane. Enjoy the flight." More info →
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The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done

The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done

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Scoop this up on a killer sale while you can. We get a lot of messages about what we "should" be prioritizing over the season, but have you stopped to ask yourself what matters most to you? With her five Lazy Genius principles, my friend Kendra will help you live according to what matters and let go of the stuff that doesn't. I make much use of her "decide once" principle when times get stressful, and her guide has helped my whole family plan around what matters most to us. With her friendly voice and style, Kendra illustrates each principle with stories from her own life. More info →
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