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The plot thickens as Simon's correspondence falls into the wrong hands, sending him spiraling on whether or not he's ready for everyone to know that he's gay. Complex and nuanced, Sullivan's novel explores issues of morality, sexuality, class warfare, and gender without succumbing to facile answers. Without being able to answer any questions, the details regarding where she came from remain a mystery. It sings with a mix of rage and determination; the words will barrel through you and leave you breathless. What follows is as much about reconciliation and shared grief as building a bridge across a river. Eric Thomas, Senior Staff Writer You will not read a more peculiar nor familiar memoir this year than that of indie film darling Parker Posey.
The memoir chronicles Ashley's time spent between 14 foster homes and the unpredictable relationship with her mother she struggles to hold on to. It originates in a Pune, India spice market and eventually spreads internationally, reaching Arlington, Virginia, where husband-and-wife duo Ory and Max have holed up in the forest for safety. In this funny, engaging, irreverent memoir, MacNicol explores the life she set out to have and the friendships and relationships that sustain her, all while traveling the world. This book chronicles his famously passionate, stormy relationship with Martha Gellhorn, who came to Madrid as a young reporter eager to prove herself. Lee Child has you covered. Much of the book pays homage to his complicated mother, a brilliant academic who disciplined with physical violence.
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Ani FaNelli has reinvented herself with a glamorous job, expensive clothes, and handsome and successful fiancé to the point that no one would believe she was once a Pennsylvania teenager who endured shocking, public humiliation. Larson's historical non-fiction book weaves together the stories of Daniel Hudson Burnham, who designed the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago with Henry H. Amanda Seyfried will play the biological mother. You'll want to read the memoir that has had everyone talking. Instead she's in for private planes, nosy relatives, and navigating both old and new money. His quest will lead him to riches far different — and far more satisfying — than he ever imagined. Aside from the incredible sex, these women have one thing in common: they're in a book club together.
Questioning her own sanity and forced to come to grips with the past that left her housebound for so long, Anna finds herself in very real danger on her quest to find the truth. The story starts when Hope Anderson and Tru Walls cross paths in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. If you grew up loving choose-your-own-adventure books and dating sims, this playful spin on the romance novel is just for you. This very personal memoir — in which she chronicles both the public and private experiences that have shaped the person she is today — will leave you inspired. Authors Kim Sullivan Harwanko, Patty Vrana, Fran Furtado, Denise Panyik-Dale, and Jeanne Ann are all members of. ~Sarah Lewin Read , and check out.
When a new woman Isabelle comes to town and they become fast friends, it doesn't occur to Essie that she needs to tread carefully — because Isabelle's arrival was no accident. Melissa Broder's newest novel furthers the fish-man fantasy. This is one book to pack for the long ride. With her future at stake, the protagonist must navigate a sea of potential suitors including the do-gooding Scottish war hero, the dowager's Heathcliff-esque son and the impetuous Lady Evangeline. Anna Fox lives alone in New York City and spends her days drinking — a lot. Some are new and noteworthy, while others are books our editors loved and that everyone seems to be raving about.