Andrew Sean Greer’s romantic comedy “Less” is just what we need now.
A transgressive romance turns into something more in Julian Barnes’s ‘The Only Story’
Madeline Miller’s ‘Circe’ is a masterful feminist retelling of classical myth.
“The Overstory,” by Richard Powers, is a kaleidoscopic tale about our imperiled natural world.
Tom Rachman’s novel “The Italian Teacher” is a bittersweet tale of family complications.
“Signs of Resistance” and “Posters for Change” illustrate the infinite design of dissent.
‘Big Guns,’ ‘Gun Love’ and ‘How to Be Safe’ offer a look at our unique culture of violence.
“Chicago” conjures the Windy City in the 1920s as a tough town full of tough guys.
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