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Mitchell Hundred is a superhero turned politician struggling to shed his vigilante past and step into his position as mayor of New York.
A sensuous exploration of how humans experience the world around us.
Was Gregor Mendel a genius before his time, or just a lucky gardener? How did his work shape the future of science?
Sillitoe’s short stories keenly chronicle the lives of ordinary working-class men and boys.
Who are you without your pills? What are the long-term personal effects of medicating emotional issues?
In her latest novel, Adichie talks about race head-on, through her character’s blog posts and dinner-party soliloquies.
A devoted daughter searches for her eccentric mother in this inventive, sidesplittingly funny novel.
The Remains of the Day is a fascinating study of unreliable narration, as well as an exploration of duty and responsibility.
If you offer yourself up to the experience of reading An Untamed State, you will be rewarded.
Hyperbole and a Half is a funny, eccentric, endearing graphic memoir that captures the large and small moments of Brosh’s life.
Behind the Beautiful Forevers has changed the way I look at journalism—changed the very way that I want to tell stories.
This story is really about two relationships in the Colonel’s life: with his 19 year old girlfriend Renata, and with his own past.