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A brilliantly funny debut novel that follows a writer lured to Los Angeles to adapt her feminist mermaid novel into a big-budget action film, who believes her heroine has come to life to take revenge for Hollywood’s violations.
Want to give the middle finger to the processed food and pharmaceutical industries that are keeping you fat, sick, and tired? Go plant-based. Badass Vegan offers an irreverent and eye-opening four-part master plan to help readers shift their mindset and enjoy the massive health benefits and pure pleasures of a plant-based lifestyle. This is a timely and profoundly needed manifesto for living a life with a lower risk for disease and making a positive impact on the world.
A mother vanished. A father presumed guilty. There is no proof. There are no witnesses. For the children, there is only doubt … A tale about family — family secrets and vengeance, but also family love — All That Is Mine I Carry With Me masterfully grapples with a primal question: When does loyalty reach its limit?
From the award-winning, bestselling author of the classic A Little Life — a bold, brilliant novel spanning three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment, about lovers, family, loss, and the elusive promise of utopia. Now in paperback!
A “wildly surprising, entertaining” (Jodi Picoult) novel featuring a college dropout and an eighty-four-year-old woman on the run from the law, full of tremendous heart, wit, and wisdom from the USA Today bestselling author of The Invisible Husband of Frick Island.
Stephen Hawking’s closest collaborator offers the intellectual superstar’s final thoughts on the cosmos — a dramatic revision of the theory he put forward in A Brief History of Time. On the Origin of Time offers a striking new vision of the universe’s birth that will profoundly transform the way we think about our place in the order of the cosmos and may ultimately prove to be Hawking’s greatest legacy.
Calling all animal lovers! A heartwarming memoir about one woman’s career as a vet and the unique role pets play in our lives. Dr. Fine shares all the touching, joyful, heartbreaking, and life-affirming tales of the birds, cats, and dogs who have taught her the most valuable lessons — how caring for the animals in our lives can teach us to better care for ourselves, especially when life seems precarious.
A searing and tender novel about a young Black journalist’s search for answers in the unsolved murder of her great-grandfather in segregated Birmingham, Alabama, decades ago — inspired by the author’s own family history.
Blue skies, empty land — and enough wide-open space to hide a horrifying secret. A woman with a past, a mysterious trunk, a town on the edge of nowhere, and a bracing new vision of the American West, from the award-winning author of The Changeling.
Now in paperback, Breathless is a high-altitude thriller that will take your breath away. Cecily Wong is on her most dangerous climb yet, miles above sea level. But the elements are nothing compared to one chilling truth: there’s a killer on the mountain …
From the author and wellness personality Chrissy King, an exciting, genre-redefining narrative mix of memoir, inspiration, and activities and prompts, with timely messages about social and racial justice and how the world needs to move beyond body positivity to something even more exciting and revolutionary: body liberation.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Dear Edward comes a poignant and engrossing family story that asks: Can love make a broken person whole? An exquisite homage to Louisa May Alcott’s timeless classic, Little Women, Hello Beautiful is a profoundly moving portrait of what is possible when we choose to love someone not in spite of who they are, but because of it.
In Allegra Hyde’s universe, nothing is as it seems, yet the challenges encountered in these pages mirror those we face in our modern age. The Last Catastrophe is a hopeful, speculative short story collection about how humanity grapples in a world transformed by climate change, reminding us that our world is precious and that protecting it has the potential to bring us all together.
A masterful, revelatory work of literary nonfiction about a teenage girl’s shocking crime — and its extraordinary aftermath. This is a story about the will to live — to survive, to grow, to change — and about what we are willing to accept as justice. Tirelessly researched and told with intimacy and precision, this book brings a haunting chapter in the history of our criminal justice system to astonishing life.
We are living on the wrong clock, and it is destroying us. The New York Times bestselling author of How to Do Nothing offers us a different way to experience time in this dazzling, subversive, and deeply hopeful book. Saving Time tugs at the seams of reality as we know it – the way we experience time itself – and rearranges it, imagining a world not centered on work, the office clock, or the profit motive. If we can “save” time by imagining a life, identity, and source of meaning outside these things, time might also save us.
An intimate, insightful, at times even humorous exploration of why the thought of death is so compulsive for some while demonstrating that there’s always another solution — from the acclaimed writer and professor of philosophy, based on his viral essay, “I’m Still Here.”
From the National Book Award-longlisted author of The Portable Veblen comes a slyly humorous, thoroughly winsome novel that finds the purpose in life’s curveballs, insisting that even when we are painfully warped by those we love most, we can be brought closer to our truest selves.
A remarkable debut novel about the early postpartum days of motherhood: a visceral and revelatory portrait of a woman struggling with maternal fear and its looming madness, showing how difficult and fragile those days can be, and how vital love is to pull anyone out from the dark.
Readers will be transported to the dramatic and ruggedly beautiful island of Sicily, the jewel of the Mediterranean, where lush lemon groves and mouth-watering cuisine contrast with a turbulent history of colonization, corruption, and the rise of the Mafia. Scottoline brings her decades of thriller writing to historical fiction, creating Loyalty a singular novel that no reader will be able to put down.
From the indie rock sensation known as Japanese Breakfast, an unforgettable memoir about family, food, grief, love, and growing up Korean American — “in losing her mother and cooking to bring her back to life, Zauner became herself” (NPR). Now in paperback and celebrating over one year on the New York Times bestseller list!
Set against a changing Singapore, this a sweeping novel about one boy’s unique gifts and the childhood love that will complicate the fate of his community and country. An aching love story and powerful coming-of-age, The Great Reclamation confronts the wounds of progress, the sacrifices of love, and the difficulty of defining home when nature and nation collide, literally shifting the land beneath people’s feet.
A collection of hilarious essays about how food became one man’s obsession and coping mechanism, and how it came to rule — and sometimes ruin — his relationships, from the Cobra Kai actor, stand-up comic, and host of Food Network’s Raid the Fridge.
A kaleidoscopic novel spanning generations and continents reveals the connections between four women in their struggle for survival. This novel is a feat of imagination and breaks down simplistic notions of history as a straight line; one woman’s experience matters to another’s 400 years later. In this deeply moving, at times mordantly funny, ultimately hopeful book, there is a connection between all those fighting for love, for family, for justice, and for a home.
A groundbreaking manifesto on living better and longer that challenges the conventional medical thinking on aging and reveals a new approach to preventing chronic disease and extending long-term health, from a visionary physician and leading longevity expert.
Created by psychologist Marsha M. Linehan, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based approach to managing difficult emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. In this practical guide and workbook, you will develop skills in four key areas: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.