The 13 Best Books to Pick Up This November
Novelist Jennifer Egan tells a thrilling World War II tale set in Brooklyn, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver offers a collection of her most poignant observations on life and nature, plus more must-reads.
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256 pages; Picador
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A diverse cadre of ferocious female writers, among them Samantha Irby and Katha Pollitt, deconstruct the 2016 election and grapple with the knowledge that our country was “founded on genocide, slavery, and misogyny.”
— Natalie Beach, Jordan S. Bonnier, Taylor Lannamann, Jacqueline Neber