Best books of 2013
Meg Wolitzer’s novel follows six people who meet at a summer camp for artsy teens in 1974.
A suspenseful tale wrought with secret websites; fake news stories; a cultish, underground film director; and myriad cultural references.
You’ll devour the story of Anna Oh — married for 27 years and a mother of three — who upends her traditional life when she unexpectedly falls in love with a woman.
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Part love story, part coming-of-age tearjerker.
The story of passive-aggressive Jodi and serial cheater Todd who live (what looks like the good life) in a waterfront Chicago condo.
One man's journey to find the perfect woman. #therosieproject
A charmer about fortysomething sisters Iris and Josephine, who have taken very different paths in life but come together when each finds herself in need of a little reinvention.
Sarah Cornwell’s debut novel meshes past and present, mothers and children, and magic and memory to give readers the kind of book they can be glad exists.