books that came out in 2018
(Feb. 20), What Are We Doing Here: Essays by Marilynne Robinson: New essays by the Pulitzer Prize winner on theological, political, and contemporary themes, based around the modern political climate and the mysteries of faith. I'm biding my time until The Crown's third season with Craig Brown's Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret, a royal biography unlike any I've read before. Jennifer Lawrence reunites with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence for the movie (in theaters March 2), also starring Joel Edgerton, Mary-Louise Parker and Jeremy Irons. (Jan. 9), The Maze at Windermere by Gregory Blake Smith: A multilayered novel following several stories set in Newport, Rhode Island, that take place throughout time. Chris Hemsworth reveals the out-of-control horse ride he started on '12 Strong'. Please don't add Middle Grade or New Adult— there are other lists for those. Simon & Schuster, Review: Why womenâs rage is healthy, rational and necessary for America, The New Yorker writer and author of âThe Orchid Thiefâ has written another winner with a narrative that revolves around the devastating Los Angeles library fire that ruined or damaged 1 million books in 1986. (Feb. 20), Sunburn by Laura Lippman: Lippman’s latest is racking up starred reviews left and right. (April 10), Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion by Michelle Dean: A look at brilliant and outspoken women of the 20th century, such as Nora Ephron, Dorothy Parker, and Joan Didion. (Jan. 2), A State of Freedom by Neel Mukherjee: Five characters deal with dislocation, whether voluntary or enforced, from the author of The Lives of Others. Kick off your reading resolution with these 10 books set to hit the big screen this year. (Jan. 16), When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele: The story of one of the cofounders of the Black Lives Matter and how her life experiences led to starting the organization. (Jan. 9), Fire Sermon by Jamie Quatro: The author of I Want to Show You More is back with her debut novel, about a married woman in the grip of a passionate affair. Sheâs right. (Jan. 23), Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi: A scavenger in US-occupied Baghdad stitches together the body parts of corpses in an effort to get citizens a proper burial. BookFinder.com searches the inventories of over 100,000 booksellers worldwide, accessing millions of books in just one simple step. Knopf. Keep an eye on your inbox. The Best Politics Books of 2018 recommended by Stephen Bush 2018 has been a year full of alarming political developments, but it has also proven fodder for an excellent crop of political books. Photos by Bill OâLeary. But who is the cat and who is the mouse? – Olivia Martin, Style & Interiors Writer, Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret, You All Grow Up and Leave Me: A Memoir of Teenage Obsession, This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Simon & Schuster, Review: Everybody who loves books should check out âThe Library Bookâ, In lyrical prose, CantÃº captures his nightmare-inducing experience as a Border Patrol agent in the American Southwest. (Feb. 6), Feel Free: Essays by Zadie Smith: The author of White Teeth and Swing Time returns with with brilliant essays on a range of subjects (which are just the thing to hold us over until her new historical novel, due in 2019). 2009, Stephen Bush, special correspondent at the New Statesman, selects five of the best politics books. Those who picked up the book found a beautifully crafted story that begins with the return of a prodigal son, then shifts into an exploration of the dynamics within a Muslim family living in California. — Olivia Martin, Style & Interiors Writer. by Roxane Gay: A provocative collection of essays that address the harassment, aggression, and violence that women face daily. By Rosalie Knecht: A witty young woman in Greenwich Village in the 1960s is recruited to work for the CIA. The former First Lady’s reflections take us back before her White House years, giving us a full life portrait of one of our most compelling modern icons. (Jan. 23), Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan: A suspenseful thriller about a young woman whose father is accused of a terrible crime, and the prosecutor determined to put him in jail. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. 2017 is almost over—*waits for applause to die down*—and a whole new year full of amazing books lies ahead of us.
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