The Deceptions, by Jill Bialosky

Staff Pick

“Something terrible has happened and I don’t know what to do.” While this frantic and arresting opening references only a singular “something,” the many events in the unnamed narrator's unraveling life suggest that much more is at stake, including loneliness after her son leaves for university, a growing resentment between her and her husband, and a fraught relationship with a fellow poet. Seeking escape in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bialosky's protagonist parallels her own experiences with the events of the classical art and mythology on display, and in a richly sensual prose, the author both interrogates the relationship of desire and dominance and shows us the deep inner workings of a woman struggling to break free of the constraints that have long held her back.





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ISBN: 9781640090248
Availability: Special Order—Subject to Availability
Published: Counterpoint - September 6th, 2022

Eat the Rich, by Sarah Gailey

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Ably assisted by a talented artist team comprised of Pius Bak, Toman Titov, and Cardinal Rae, Gailey adapts the eponymous radical battle cry to a horrific tale of class warfare that descends into cannibalism. Set in Crestfall Bluffs--a paradise for the privileged--the story follows Joey, a middle class law student, who accompanies her wealthy boyfriend to his affluent beachfront hometown. As Joey struggles with feeling out of place, Gailey explores how the wealthy ensure the survival of the poor

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By Sarah Gailey, Pius Bak (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781684158324
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Published: BOOM! Studios - May 24th, 2022

Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, by Gabrielle Zevin

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At once a love letter to video games and a love story--of a kind--between two friends whose relationship spans over 30 years, Zevin's novel will charm gamers and non-gamers alike. The narrative focuses on Sadie and Sam, two lifelong video afficionados who met at a children’s hospital and are reunited once they are both in university. Zevin paints their friendship as both endearing and enduring, showing that it's one that weathers the pains of growing up and working together and that, like the book itself, transcends your typical boy-meets-girl plotline.  

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ISBN: 9780593321201
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Published: Knopf - July 5th, 2022