Just In-November 2019

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The Liar / Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

A novel about how one lie can change everything, when a teenaged girl’s scream, and the false assumption that comes from it, radiates through a street, a neighborhood, and a city, and turns lives upside down.

The World That We Knew / Alice Hoffman

Sent away to 1941 Paris when Berlin becomes too dangerous for Jewish families, a young girl bonds with her protective mystical golem; while her friend, a rabbi’s daughter, becomes a defender of their people.

The Sisters of Summit Avenue / Lynn Cullen

A novel set during the Great Depression following two estranged sisters and their mother–who has spent a lifetime hiding a desperate secret that could dismantle the entire family.

The Revisioners: a novel / Margaret Wilkerson Sexton

Explores the impact of racism and interracial relationships between women through the story of an early 20th-century farmer and her unemployed single mother descendant.

Frankissstein: a love story / Jeanette Winterson

A science fiction love story that intertwines disparate lives into an exploration of transhumanism, artificial intelligence, queer love, and controversial experiments impacting cryogenics and the sex trade.

The Reckless Oath we made / Bryn Greenwood

A provocative love story between a tough Kansas woman on a crooked path to redemption and the unlikeliest of champions.

Right after the Weather / Carol Anshaw

A novel exploring what happens when untested people are put to a difficult time, and in its aftermath, find themselves in a newly uncertain world.

Everything is Figureoutable / Marie Forleo

The award-winning star of MarieTV and host of “The Marie Forleo Podcast” outlines a simple mindset that significantly increases the odds of pursuing goals successfully, sharing advice on how to manage self-doubt, haters and making high-risk decisions.

The Future of another Timeline / Annalee Newitz

A geologist desperate to change the past and a teen rebel who has witnessed a history-changing murder are swept up in a secret historical war in a parallel-world America where time travel is possible.

Running with Sherman: the donkey with the heart of a hero / Christopher McDougall

When Chris McDougall agreed to take in a donkey from an animal hoarder, he thought it would be no harder than the rest of the adjustments he and his family had made after moving from Philadelphia to the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country. But when he arrived, Sherman was in such bad shape he could barely move, and his hair was coming out in clumps. Chris decided to undertake a radical rehabilitation program designed not only to heal Sherman’s body but to heal his mind as well. It turns out the best way to soothe a donkey is to give it a job, and so Chris decided to teach Sherman how to run. He’d heard about burro racing–a unique type of race where humans and donkeys run together in a call-back to mining days–and decided he and Sherman would enter the World Championship in Colorado.