Finally, Fiction!
We have read the political books, the current affair books, the pandemic books, but now we are ready for some fiction! This season is sure to deliver on our wishes. Here is a quick look at upcoming fiction releases:

A new novel by Sally Rooney, the bestselling author of Normal People and Conversations with Friends.

"As much as she resists the title, Rooney's new book may just cement her status as a leading voice of the millennial generation."
- Harper's Bazaar

One of our best American writers, Lauren Groff returns with her exhilarating first new novel since the groundbreaking Fates and Furies.

"Set in early medieval Europe, this book paints a rousing portrait of an abbess seizing and holding power. . .Groff’s trademarkworthy sentences bring vivid buoyancy to a magisterial story." - Kirkus

A never-before-published novel by the iconic Simone de Beauvoir of an intense and vivid girlhood friendship.

"In Inseparable, the distinction between friends and lovers, straight love and queer love, pales before the difference between loving a friend who is alive and one who is dead." - New Yorker

From the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Underground Railroad and The Nickel Boys, a gloriously entertaining novel of heists, shakedowns, and rip-offs set in Harlem in the 1960s.

"Whitehead adds another genre to an ever-diversifying portfolio with his first crime novel, and it’s a corker." - Kirkus

Longlisted for the 2021 Booker Prize

A heartrending new novel from the Pulitzer Prize–winning and #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Overstory.

"It changed how I thought about the Earth and our place in it….It changed how I see things and that’s always, for me, a mark of a book worth reading." - Barack Obama

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All the Light We Cannot See, perhaps the most bestselling and beloved literary fiction of our time, comes the highly anticipated Cloud Cuckoo Land.

"...when you have a chance to read a book that's supposed to weave together stories from the 1453 siege of Constantinople, an elementary school play targeted by teenage ecoterrorists, and a 14-year-old girl aboard a generation ship headed for a new Earth, all revolving around a long-lost book from ancient Greece and the stories it contains, you put that right on top of your 'To Be Read' pile immediately." - Jason Sheehan, 
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