“This immersive story is a soaring exploration of what 'freedom' truly means. Libertie is an elegantly layered, beautifully rendered tour de force that is not to be missed.”
Readers are raving about Libertie—and that's before they even open up Kaitlyn Greenidge's exquisite, epic, intimate new novel. The gorgeous jacket illustration by Laurindo Feliciano catches your eye and draws you into the place and feeling of the book. Simply stunning.
Check out French Dirt by Richard Goodman, too This charming Algonquin classic about an American and his garden in the South of France just marked its thirtieth anniversary. "There's a genuine sweetness about the way the cucumbers and tomatoes bridge the divide of nationality." —The New York Times Book Review
Be sure to check out these four fabulous reads—all now in paperback—about family and home and connection in their many forms:
Why We Swimby Bonnie Tsui: This Time and NPR best book of 2020 is "a fascinating and beautifully written love letter to water. I was enchanted by this book." —Rebecca Skloot, bestselling author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Afterlifeby Julia Alvarez: The National Medal of Arts honoree brings us a resonant novel, full of insight and sly humor, about immigration and sisterhood. "A sweeping tour de force . . . One of the most significant Latina writers of her time." —Entertainment Weekly
Hieroglyphicsby Jill McCorkle: This "deeply appealing" (People) novel deconstructs and reconstructs what it means to be a father or a mother, and to be a child trying to know your parents. (Check out the motherly advice below from Lil, one of the main characters.) “A bard of Southern fiction weaves a layered tale around a married couple who retire from Boston to North Carolina amid a beehive of secrets." —Oprah Daily
The Mountains Singby Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai: Vivid, gripping, and steeped in the language and traditions of Việt Nam, this international bestsellerbrings to life the human costs of this conflict from the point of view of the Vietnamese people themselves, while showing us the true power of kindness and hope. "Absorbing, stirring." —The New York Times Book Review
A Theater for Dreamers by Polly Samson is the perfect novel for summer reading—and we have the soundtrack to go with it! Set on the Greek island of Hydra in 1960, this U.K. instant bestseller intoxicates with its spellbinding story about chaos and utopia, artist and muse and includes real-life characters such as a young Leonard Cohen.
Order A Theater for Dreamers now to get an exclusive bonus CD, featuring four songs inspired by the book, written by Samson and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour . Each CD comes signed by Samson and Gilmour, while supplies last. To redeem, submit your receipt here.
A Theater for Dreamers goes on sale in the United States this coming Tuesday, May 11.
"Sublime and immersive . . . If you wish you could disappear to a Greek island right now, I highly recommend." —Jojo Moyes, #1 bestselling author of Me Before You
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