Staff Pick

Morgenstern's luminescent, whimsical prose not only tells an absorbing, magical story, but creates a world readers won't want to leave. At its center is Zachary, who recognizes his own, unfinished story in a copy of The Starless Sea, a book in which a boy finds a painted door he decides not to open. Intrigued and unsettled by this uncanny parallel, Zachary is drawn into a mystery involving a masquerade, a handsome man, and the place he never expected to find--embarking on an adventure that blurs the lines of what he thought was possible.


 

The Starless Sea: A Novel Cover Image
$16.95
ISBN: 9781101971383
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Published: Anchor - August 4th, 2020

Staff Pick

Set in old Hollywood but narrated from the perspective of a modern-day New York reporter, Reid's moving and hearfelt novel addresses serious topics of homophobia, sexism, and domestic abuse with empathy and grace, Leading the great cast of characters is Evelyn Hugo; enrapturing from the moment she appears, Evelyn is as complicted as she is charming--she's one to root for, even as she breaks your heart with a love story that will make you consider the past, present, and future loves in your own life. And you'll be thanking Taylor Jenkins Reid for serving your heart to you on a platter in this beautiful book..
 

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel Cover Image
$17.00
ISBN: 9781501161933
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Published: Washington Square Press - May 29th, 2018

Staff Pick

The little voice in our head is much more powerful than we may realize. It can make the difference between whether a baseball player strikes someone out and whether he chokes on the mound.  It's the undercurrent to our daily lives; the context through which we filter the world. And how we talk to ourselves can affect our relationships, moods, and sense of self. Drawing from science and examples from his own and others' lives--including a professional pitcher and a former CIA agent--Kross shows why this internal voice is so important, how it can help us, and how it can hurt us, too. For anyone and everyone who's found themselves caught in a negative thought spiral, mentally run-through an awkward interaction over and over, or wanted to know how they could do a better job of helping a friend through a tough time, this book is revelatory.

Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It Cover Image
$28.00
ISBN: 9780525575238
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Published: Crown - January 26th, 2021