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Phil Klay's Redeployment takes readers
to the frontlines of the wars in Iraq
and Afghanistan, asking us to understand what happened there, and what
happened to the soldiers who returned.
Interwoven with themes of brutality
and faith, guilt and fear, helplessness
and survival, the characters in these
stories struggle to make meaning out
of chaos. This work marks Phil Klay as one of the
most talented new voices of his generation.
All the Light We Cannot See
From the highly acclaimed, multiple
award-winning Anthony Doerr...the
beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant
New York Times bestseller about a
blind French girl and a German boy
whose paths collide in occupied
France as both try to survive the
devastation of World War II. Ten
years in the writing, All the Light We
Cannot See is a magnificent, deeply
moving novel from a writer “whose sentences never
fail to thrill” (Los Angeles Times).
Station Eleven
by Emily St. John Mandel
An audacious, darkly glittering novel
set in the eerie days of civilization's
collapse, Station Eleven tells the
spellbinding story of a Hollywood
star, his would-be savior, and a
nomadic group of actors roaming
the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region,
risking everything for art and humanity.
Lila: A Novel
by Marilynne Robinson
A new American classic from the
Pulitzer Prize–winning author of
Marilynne Robinson, one of the
greatest novelists of our time,
returns to the town of Gilead in an
unforgettable story of a girlhood
lived on the fringes of society in fear, awe, and wonder.
Young Adult
Brown Girl Dreaming (winner)
Redeployment (winner)
Age of Ambition: Chasing
Fortune, Truth, and Faith
in the New China (winner)
A vibrant and colorful inner
history of China during a
moment of profound transformation...As the Beijing correspondent for The New Yorker,
Evan Osnos was on the ground
in China for years, witness to
profound political, economic, and cultural
upheaval. In Age of Ambition, he describes the
greatest collision taking place in that country:
the clash between the rise of the individual and
the Communist Party's struggle to retain
control. Writing with great narrative verve and
a keen sense of irony, Osnos follows the
moving stories of everyday people and reveals
life in the new China to be a battleground
between aspiration and authoritarianism,
in which only one can prevail.
Can't We Talk about
Something More Pleasant?*
Spanning the last several
years of their lives and told
through four-color cartoons,
family photos, and documents, and a narrative as rife
with laughs as it is with
tears, Chast's memoir is both
comfort and comic relief for
anyone experiencing the life-altering loss of
elderly parents. *Kindle not available...yet
No Good Men Among the
Living: America, the
Taliban, and the War
through Afghan Eyes*
by Anand Gopal
As U.S. troops prepare to
withdraw, this is the shocking
tale of how the American
military had triumph in sight
in Afghanistan—and then brought the
Taliban back from the dead. *Kindle not available
Jacqueline Woodson, one of
today's finest writers, tells the
moving story of her childhood
in mesmerizing verse. Raised in
South Carolina and New York,
Woodson always felt halfway
home in each place. In vivid
poems, she shares what it
was like to grow up as an
African American in the 1960s and 1970s,
living with her growing awareness of the Civil
Rights movement.
The Port Chicago 50:
Disaster, Mutiny, and the
Fight for Civil Rights
An astonishing civil rights
story from Newbery Honor
winner Steve Sheinkin, this is
a story of the prejudice that
faced black men and women
in America's armed forces
during World War II, and a look at those
who gave their lives in service of a country
where they lacked the most basic rights.
As he did in his acclaimed
novel Endangered, also a
finalist for the National Book
Award, Eliot Schrefer takes
us somewhere fiction rarely
goes, introducing us to characters we rarely get to meet. The
unforgettable result is the
story of a boy fleeing his present, a man fleeing his past, and a trio of chimpanzees who are struggling not to flee at all.
Travis Coates has a good
head…on someone else’s
shoulders. Noggin is a touching,
hilarious, and wholly original
coming-of-age story from
John Corey Whaley, author of
the award–winning Where
Things Come Back. Listen—
Travis Coates was alive once
and then he wasn’t. Now he’s alive again.
Simple as that.