“At once a delicious depiction of Hollywood’s
golden age and a sweet, fulfilling story about
one woman’s journey through fame, love, and
loss.”—The Boston Globe. “Effortless prose and
precise observations.”—San Francisco Chronicle.
Riverhead 352pp. 978-1-59463-182-5 $16.00
A BookPage Best Books of 2012 pick
u OTHER PEOPLE WE MARRIED
“Resplendent....Straub’s stories glow and pulse
and, like sea anemones, are far more complex
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Riverhead 224pp. 978-1-59448-606-7 $15.00
u HELEN IN LOVE
“Sultan is adventurous—and brave....[She]
has given the adult Helen Keller a new voice
and reminds us of both her brilliance and her
humanity.”— The Washington Post.
Published in Viking hardcover as Helen Keller in Love.
Viking 256pp. 978-0-670-02349-3 $26.95
Penguin 256pp. 978-0-14-312339-2 $15.00
Paperback available December 2013
u THE HUMANITY PROJECT
“A bracing narrative stance and a tart political viewpoint....[Thompson] is eerily good
at inhabiting a wide range of perspectives
and has a fine ear for the way young people
speak to one another.”— The New York Times.
“Weaves a rich, moving story of parents and
children, money and poverty, virtue and evil.
... Thompson manages this complicated choreography masterfully.”— The Boston Globe.
Blue Rider 304 pp. 978-0-399-15871-1 $25.95
u RULES OF CIVILITY
“Resurrects the cinematic black-andwhite
Manhattan of the golden age.”— The New York
Times Book Review. “Wonderful...[plays] with
some of the great themes of love and class,
luck, and fated encounters that animated
Wharton novels.”—Chicago Tribune.
Penguin 352pp. 978-0-14-312116-9 $16.00
u ONE LAST THING BEFORE I GO
“[An] arresting tour de force.”—Library Journal
(starred review). “A poignant story about facing
death and celebrating life, even when things
seem well beyond repair.”—The Daily Beast.
Plume 336pp. 978-0-142-19681-6 $16.00
Also available: This Is Where I Leave You 978-0-452-
“Sensual and intelligent...A terrifically clever
thriller.”—The New York Times Book Review.
“An almost hallucinatory power...fusing the
debased, the psychological, and the theological
into a single rich, strange tableau that transmits a shock of truth.”—Time.
Viking 400pp. 978-0-670-02554-1 $27.95
Penguin 320pp. 978-0-14-312486-3 $16.00
Paperback available January 2014
Also available: Angelology 978-0-14-311846-6
u THY NEIGHBOR
“A raging, jolting, hard-edged novel of paranoia and revenge in the suburbs.”—Terry
Teachout, The Wall Street Journal. “A heady and
wonderful read.”—Gary Shteyngart.
Penguin 320pp. 978-0-14-312366-8 $16.00
Also available: Self-Made Man and Voluntary Madness
(see page 156)
William T. Vollmann
“Remarkable...[Vollmann] has created a book
that aspires to the highest possible potential of
literature.”—Los Angeles Times.
Penguin 832 pp. 978-0-14-303659-3 $20.00
National Book Award; a Booklist Editor’s Choice; a
New York Times Notable Book
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ARMAGEDDON IN RETROSPECT
Introduction by Mark Vonnegut
“Gripping...demonstrates Vonnegut’s mind-boggling evolution as a writer, the manner in
which he learned to cloak his rage in hilarity,
to cop to his immense despair without surrendering to it.”— Salon.com. Collects previously
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Berkley 240 pp. 978-0-425-22689-6 $18.00
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