18 Riveting Reads to Pick Up This November
Bond, James Bond, is back, in a novel by William Boyd; Erica Jong's revolutionary Fear of Flying turns 40; Dave Eggers imagines a scary feature that feels all too real; and more riveting literature to read this month.
October 31, 2013
An exhilarating tightrope of a tale that's also just retro enough to conjure the original books.' '
Visionary writer and publisher Dave Eggers imagines a scary future that feels all too real.
An enthralling novel offers a fresh take on a classic.
In Donna Tartt's latest novel, The Goldfinch' 'it takes just a split second for 13-year-old Theo's life to be upended.
David Leavitt's lean, stylish new novel, unfurls like a classic Hollywood film, crackling with intrigue and illicit romance.' '
Jane Anne Phillips' novel is inspired by true events: the 1931 murder of a West Virginia family by a con man who targeted widows.' '
Three anniversary editions of Fear of Flying deliver Erica Jong's saucy classic to a whole new generation of women.
A newly found collection of devotions penned by an iconic Southern author.
If you like your female protagonists quirky, questing, and quixotic, you will adore this story collection and the authors ability to bore into her characters innermost thoughts, piercing straight through to their red-hot cores.