NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE DIRECTED BY RHYS ERNST AND STARRING NICHOLAS ALEXANDER, BOBBI SALVÖR MENUEZ, LEO SHENG, AND MARGARET QUALLEY
"An insightful, funny, and unexpected love story."-Aimee Mann
When Adam Freedman - a straight, cis teen from Piedm... View details
But now, about to climb the tree, he didn’t know what to do with it. If he just held it in his hand while he climbed up, it would definitely get smashed; same thing with putting it in his back pocket....
There shouldn't be a Citrus County. Teenage romance should be difficult, but not this difficult. Boys like Toby should cause trouble but not this much. The moon should glow gently over children safe in their beds. Uncles in their rockers should be ki... View details
Publishing Triangle's Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, Winner
2015 PEN/ Hemingway Award, Finalist
Lambda Literary Award, Finalist
Longlisted for the 2014 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize... View details
ON THE DAY my sister Adele is born, my mother goes to the butcher. It is January 3, 1969. Her belly, hard as packed snow, bobs outside of her unzipped parka as she walks up to the counter. An enormous...
"A gothic and elegant page-turner."-The Boston Globe
Twenty years ago, Jane Hudson fled the Heart Lake School for Girls in the Adirondacks after a terrible tragedy. The week before her graduation, in that sheltered wonderland, three lives were taken... View details
IHAVE BEEN TOLD TO MAKE THE LATIN CURRICULUM RELEvant to the lives of my students. I am finding, though, that my advanced girls at Heart Lake like Latin precisely because it has no relevance to their ...
"This is the smart summer thriller you've been waiting for."-NPR's All Things Considered
NAMED A MUST READ BY THE BOSTON GLOBE, BBC.COM, AND NEW YORK POST
NAMED A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR BY NPR
A compulsively readable psychological thriller set in New... View details
I hold the phone to my chest for some time after the call has ended. And then, crossing the room, I open my curtains for the first time in three years. Because now he has found me, tracked me down, an...
The instant New York Times bestseller from the author of the international sensation The Rule of Four combines a lost gospel, a contentious relic, and a dying pope's final wish into a "deliciously labyrinthine" (Providence Journal) intellectual thril... View details
A dark, edgy, voice-driven literary debut novel about twin sisters that explores body image and queerness as well as toxic diet culture and the power of sisterhood, love, and lifelong friendships, written by a talented protégé of Roxane Gay.
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The other girls in the group follow suit, lifting hands, curving fingers, all trying to be one another. I follow along, too, making brackets with my palms. I’m just trying to be like everyone else. Is...
Winner of a 2015 Alex Award
"Delightfully odd...A fine cast of misfits and dreamers and foes. A." -Entertainment Weekly
"A deliciously dark confection of a novel, and one of the most thoroughly enjoyable books I've read in years." -Celeste Ng, author... View details
Her bangs are crispy with Aqua Net. Her ponytail is so tight her forehead aches. Her feet throb in shoes that are a size too small, Mary Janes dyed special to match the totally rancid dress Minnie’s b...
A Fatal Inversion - a classic thriller from the queen of crime Barbara Vine
'An absolute winner ... a gripping read from start to end' Daily Mail
'Brilliant. Vine has the kind of near-Victorian narrative drive ... that compels a reader to go on turn... View details
The body lay on a small square of carpet in the middle of the gun-room floor. Alec Chipstead looked around for something to put over it. He unhooked a raincoat from one of the pegs and, covering the b...
The mesmerizing New York Times bestseller by the author of Night Film
Marisha Pessl's dazzling debut sparked raves from critics and heralded the arrival of a vibrant new voice in American fiction. At the center of Special Topics in Calamity Physics i... View details
Dinner at Hannah's was a honey-bunch tradition, held more or less every Sunday for the past three years. Charles and his friends looked forward to the hours at her house (the address itself, a little ...