If I Survive You
"If I Survive You is a collection of connected short stories that reads like a novel, that reads like real life, that reads like fiction written at the highest level. There are no limits to where Jonathan Escoffery will go." —Ann Patchett, author of The Dutch House
A major debut, blazing with style and heart, that follows a Jamaican family...
The masterful story of a lifelong friendship between two very different women with shared histories and buried secrets, tested in the twilight of their lives, set across the arc of the 20th century.
Celebrated children’s book author Agnes Lee is determined to secure her legacy—to complete what she knows will be the final... Read more »
Where the Wandering Ends
A Novel of Corfu
They wondered if they would ever find their way back—back to the village, back to a life of meaning, back to each other.
Corfu, 1946—In a poor Greek community, ten-year-old Marco is perhaps the poorest of them all. But it wasn’t always that way. His grandmother once worked for the royal family where Marco’s mother played alongside young Prince...Read more »
“A fun take on Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, Alice Feeney tells the story of a very dysfunctional family gathering for the eccentric matriarch's birthday in a house full of clocks which can only be accessed at low tide. And then the murders begin! Stephanie Racine's Daisy narration brings so much depth to her naive and lonely character. I can't say much more because it being Alice Feeney, the plot twist is wild!!”Nancy, Island Books
The Last White Man
“I loved this book! Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West stands up as one of my favorites, even years later. His newest delivers just as brilliantly. Themes of race and bigotry, couched in almost fable-like storytelling, feel timely, yet enduring.”Rebekah Rine, Watermark Books
All Good People Here
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • In the propulsive debut novel from the host of the #1 true crime podcast Crime Junkie, a journalist uncovers her hometown’s dark secrets when she becomes obsessed with the unsolved murder of her childhood neighbor—and the disappearance of another girl twenty years later.
You can’t ever know for sure what happens... Read more »
Carrie Soto Is Back
By Taylor Jenkins Reid
Narrated by: Stacy Gonzalez, Mary Carillo, Patrick Mcenroe, Rob Simmelkjaer, Brendan Wayne, Max Meyers, Reynaldo Piniella, Vidish Athavale, Tom Bromhead, Heath Miller, Julia Whelan & Sara Arrington
Length: 10 hours 29 minutes
“This might be Reid’s best yet! Carrie Soto was so fierce. It was fun to see her cope with aging and realize there is more to life than winning. Reid delivers yet another strong, unconventional female lead. Just like Carrie, this is a winner!”Kathy Clemmons, Sundog Books
Stories from The Tenants Downstairs
Named a BEST BOOK OF THE MONTH by Good Housekeeping, Essence, Chicago Review of Books, Goodreads, and MORE
Set in a Harlem high rise, a stunning debut about a tight-knit cast of characters grappling with their own personal challenges while the forces of gentrification threaten to upend life as they know it.
Like Gloria Naylor’s The Women of... Read more »
The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy
"A uniquely charming mixture of whimsy and the macabre that completely won me over. If you ever wished for an adult romance that felt like Howl's Moving Castle, THIS IS THAT BOOK." —Helen Hoang, author of The Kiss Quotient
Hart is a marshal, tasked with patrolling the strange and magical wilds of Tanria. It’s an unforgiving job, and Hart’s got...
The Fortunes of Jaded Women
“The book starts with a curse, but evolves into a realistic and recognizable story of family dynamics. Longstanding disagreements and grudges keep three adult sisters from talking with each other, and from talking with their mother. The sisters' children, all female cousins who are scattered around the world, have sporadic contact with each other and little contact with their mothers or grandmother. This saga about a Vietnamese family takes us through all the past issues that led the group to today's issues, and ultimately resolves those issues in a satisfying way. The author has confidently used Vietnames phrases and words throughout the story, often understandable by the context in which they are used. Other times, readers of different ethnicities may feel challenged (in a good way!) to translate the Vietnamese for a complete understanding of the writer's intention. This in no way hinders the story, but instead provokes curiosity and learning. Fun book! Family dynamics with a little bit of magical realism sprinkled in. Would make a great audiobook!”Camille, Completely Booked
The American Roommate Experiment
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
A Most Anticipated Book of 2022 by Cosmopolitan, Goodreads, PopSugar, and more!
From the author of the Goodreads Choice Award winner The Spanish Love Deception, the eagerly anticipated follow-up featuring Rosie Graham and Lucas Martín, who are forced to share a New York apartment.
Rosie Graham has a problem. A few,... Read more »
Love on the Brain
If you enjoyed The Love Hypothesis, then you’ll love Love on the Brain.
“Modern STEM Pride and Prejudice without even trying. I genuinely enjoyed this read for the quirkiness and general character interactions (Levi Ward puts Darcy to shame!)....Nevertheless, I enjoyed it so much I listened to the entire book in one day!”Jayme, Second Flight Books
The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches
“This book is a warm cup of tea on a rainy day. From the quirky cast of characters to the less than traditional love story, this book will bloom in you and make you feel whole. Plus, the audiobook narrator is truly excellent!”Leah, Scrawl Books
Lizzie Blake's Best Mistake
Mazey Eddings, author of the “witty, fast-paced rom-com”* A Brush with Love, mixes passion and humor to create a luscious love story between two people stumbling through life and learning to open their hearts in Lizzie Blake’s Best Mistake.
Lizzie has made endless mistakes. Kitchen fires, pyramid schemes, bangs (of the hair and human variety),...
All the Living and the Dead
From Embalmers to Executioners, an Exploration of the People Who Have Made Death Their Life's Work
This audiobook is read by the author.
A deeply compelling exploration of the death industry and the people—morticians, detectives, crime scene cleaners, embalmers, executioners—who work in it and what led them there.
We are surrounded by death. It is in our news, our nursery rhymes, our true-crime podcasts. Yet from a young age, we are told that...
All the Women in My Brain
And Other Concerns
This program is read by the author.
A lightning-strike dispatch of hilarious, intimate, luminous essays from the brain (and voice!) of Emmy Award-nominated actress and writer Betty Gilpin.
Oh. Hi. *takes six long gulps of water during which you’re like, may I help you?*
My name is Betty. I have depression. I have passion. I have tits the size of...
Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic
From the national bestselling author of The Food Explorer, a fascinating and rollicking plunge into the story of the world’s most famous shipwreck, the RMS Titanic
On a frigid April night in 1912, the world’s largest—and soon most famous—ocean liner struck an iceberg and slipped beneath the waves. She had scarcely disappeared before her new... Read more »
LSD, Satanic Panic, and the Imposter Behind the World's Most Notorious Diaries
Two teens. Two diaries. Two social panics. One incredible fraud.
In 1971, Go Ask Alice reinvented the young adult genre with a blistering portrayal of sex, psychosis, and teenage self-destruction. The supposed diary of a middle-class addict, Go Ask Alice terrified adults and cemented LSD's fearsome reputation, fueling support for the War on...Read more »
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • READ WITH JENNA BOOK CLUB PICK AS FEATURED ON TODAY • A young poet tells the unforgettable story of his harrowing migration from El Salvador to the United States at the age of nine in this moving, page-turning memoir hailed as “the mythic journey of our era” (Sandra Cisneros)
“A new landmark in the literature of... Read more »
On Loving Pets, Here and Hereafter
An unexpected, poignant, and personal account of loving and losing pets, exploring the singular bonds we have with our companion animals, and how to grieve them once they’ve passed.
E.B. Bartels has had a lot of pets—dogs, birds, fish, tortoises. As varied a bunch as they are, they’ve taught her one universal truth: to own a pet is to love a pet,...Read more »