Silvia Moreno-Garcia, author of the novels Velvet Was the Night, and Mexican Gothic, writes a dazzling historical novel and a daring science fiction journey in The Daughter of Doctor Moreau. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
Through the eyes of a woman whose unforgettable passion, determination, and sense of humor carry her through a lifetime of upheaval, Isabel Allende once more brings us an epic that is both fiercely inspiring and deeply emotional. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
This year’s release slate is brimming with promising titles across a variety of genres as they make their way through the book-to-screen pipeline. Flip the pages first before it hits the theaters. Read more on the blog.
The idea of To Paradise started after the publication of A Little Life, which makes her stories prescient—it is a massive undertaking and a brilliant demonstration of her skill, talent, and ambition. Read Jowana's review on the blog.
We've seen a lot of interesting reads published this year. What's the best one you've read so far? Find out what the Best Books of 2021 are, according to our resident bookworms, the First Look Club, and members of the Bookworm Corner community.
Pre-orders are books ordered weeks, sometimes months, before the publication date of the book. You may think it’s just a small thing, but it can make the biggest difference. Read more about this on the blog.
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.
We are putting the spotlight on Asian authors— bannering art and stories that shed light on the vibrant and diverse world of Asian literature for the Read Asian sale happening from August 16-20. Read more on the blog.