6 New Lit-Fic Titles
- March 7, 2015
A sampling from Publishers Weekly’s list of the spring’s most-anticipated literary fiction.
- The American People, Vol. I: Search for My Heart by Larry Kramer. Kirkus calls this sweeping, satirical look at the U.S. “breathtakingly well-written.”
- The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro. A bewitching tale of love, human nature, and the power of memory. [Click here to read the Independent’s review.]
- God Help the Child by Toni Morrison. The Nobel laureate’s latest work centers on a woman called Bride and the mysterious youngster she encounters.
- In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume. A multi-generational tale inspired by a series of real-life plane crashes in the 1950s.
- Welcome to Braggsville by T. Geronimo Johnson. When well-intentioned but naïve undergrads journey to the South to stage an anti-lynching protest, the results are disastrous.
- A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson. This companion to the time-jumping, WWII-era Life after Life chronicles the fictional Todd family from a different POV.
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