This story of twin sisters, who choose to lead very different lives, explores the nuances of race, class, and gender.
This memoir recounts the story of a young woman growing up in “middle-of-nowhere” Idaho. Her journey towards educating herself is filled with strength, perseverance, and the struggles of family ties.
A collection of beautifully written vignettes that paint a vibrant picture of a young girl growing up.
A story about love, life, and how we move forward after loss. Heartbreaking, funny, and emotional.
In 1940s Barcelona, Daniel sets out to find a rare, old book and finds himself pulled into a dangerous, magical adventure.
Nobody Owens may live in a graveyard and be taken care of by ghosts but his biggest fears are lurking outside the gates of the graveyard.
From the same author who wrote Gone Girl. A reporter returns to her childhood home to cover two terrible events: one girl’s murder and another’s disappearance. A quick, chilling read with a dark, disturbing ending. I enjoyed this even more than Gone Girl.