Illustration by Aysha Tengiz
Illustration by Aysha Tengiz
Of all the outstanding titles that grabbed our attention this year, these stood out.
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Two recently published and appealingly idiosyncratic memoirs reflect this week’s autumnal spirit.
Rumaan Alam, Janet Evanovich and Glennon Doyle, among other writers, are here to help with your holiday shopping.
A snapshot of popular books.
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John Gray’s “Feline Philosophy” argues that cats have it all figured out.
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In “No Time Like the Future,” the beloved actor and activist offers life lessons he’s learned the hard way.
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During an interview with The Washington Post, Obama revealed the books that shaped his public service and leadership.
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The writer sees young people as the real hope for change.
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Paging through the “World Almanac and Book of Facts” has been surprisingly soothing.
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Queer activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s book is alive with the existential nausea of being displaced.
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Part ghost story, part mystery, “The Thirty Names of Night” is also an exposé on systemic racism and an honest account of the LGBTQ and refugee experience.
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