Spanning just ten days and told from multiple points of view, Amor Towles’ third novel will satisfy fans of his multi-layered literary styling while providing them an array of new and richly imagined settings, characters, and themes.
Calling all heroes, adventurers, and intrepid travelers! Ready to embark on an epic coast-to-coast road trip across America? Your conductor for this trip will be none other than Amor Towles, so buckle up for one exhilarating ride. Read Jean's review on the blog.
The Lincoln Highway is a six-hundred-page novel written by A Gentleman In Moscow author Amor Towles: it’s heartwarming, it’s nostalgic, and it’s full of detours. Read Clifford's review on the blog.
A sudden journey to Scotland paints everything in a different light. Hattie slowly sees the real Lucian and realizes she could win everything–as long as she is prepared to lose her heart.
At first, Hattie finds Lucian uncouth and utterly unsuitable. But she soon learns that there is more to him than meets the eye. And as they travel to Scotland, she gets more than she bargained for. Read Katya's review on the blog.
Portrait of a Scotsman is the third book in Evie Dunmore’s League of Extraordinary Women series. The series follows Oxford suffragettes in Victorian England as they strive to strike a balance between putting 1880’s gentlemen in their place but also ensnaring their hearts. Read Reina's review on the blog.
Inhabiting her childhood perspective with exquisite lyric clarity and unforgettable charm and strength, Qian Julie Wang has penned an essential American story about a family fracturing under the weight of invisibility, and a girl coming of age in the shadows, who never stops seeking the light.
The memoir is a compelling voice of the forgotten as told through the perspective of a child. The author drew the dark curtains shrouding her childhood and guided her readers through claustrophobic sweatshops, isolated school lunches, and predatory train rides. Read Jowana's review on the blog.
Beautiful Country is the story of Qian Julie Wang’s childhood as an illegal immigrant in New York. It has a unique and inspiring story to tell, and it is—no weak pun intended—beautifully written. Read Jed's review on the blog.
Marie, born the last in a long line of women warriors and crusaders, is determined to chart a bold new course for the women she now leads and protects. But in a world that is shifting and corroding in frightening ways, one that can never reconcile itself with her existence, will the sheer force of Marie’s vision be bulwark enough?