Wednesday, April 19, 2017

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Nutshell: A Novel by Ian McEwan



“With Nutshell, Ian McEwan has performed an incongruous magic trick ... A smart, funny and utterly captivating novel ... A small tour de force that showcases all of Mr. McEwan’s narrative gifts of precision, authority and control, plus a new, Tom Stoppard-like delight in the sly gymnastics that words can perform.”






Damaged: A Novel (A Rosato & DiNunzio Novel) by Lisa Scottoline


…As usual with the firm of Rosato & DiNunzio…, the complications aren’t worked out nearly as carefully as they’re piled up, and fans who race nonstop through the last hundred pages will be doing both themselves and Scottoline a favor.




Dark Matter: A Novel by Blake Crouch



"Propulsive...Dark Matter has plenty of heady concepts and phantasmagorical plotting. But it is also beguilingly rooted in [its hero's] desperate travails, elevating this page-turning adventure into an entirely different dimension."




The Mothers: A Novel by Brit Bennett



"Delivers lines that you'll want to savor and read out loud — because it's a story about secrets and betrayals, and part of the pleasure is your own sighs and gasps. It's both intimate and epic in scope. . .It hums along at a brisk, emotional pace — the kind of story that feels like it's moving fast, but really, it's moving deep."


Universal Harvester: A Novel by John Darnielle



“Darnielle’s second novel opens like a dark suspense story . . . but he ultimately pursues a softer and more nuanced exploration of family and loss . . . Darnielle’s prose is consistently graceful and empathetic . . . [Universal Harvester is] a smart and rangy yarn.”


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