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The year's notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. Page 1. Published: July 10, Copyright © The New York Times. Page 2. Published: July 10, Copyright © The New York Times. THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW. Best Sellers. This. Last. Weeks. This. Last. Weeks. Week FICTION. Week On List. Week NONFICTION. Week On List.
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By Claire Dederer. By Emilia Phillips. By Tim Lemire. By Jenny Rosenstrach. In her sparkling novel — shortlisted for the International Man Booker — Nors trains her gaze on a woman many people would look past, a middle-aged translator learning to drive.
My Struggle: Book 6. By Karl Ove Knausgaard. Translated by Don Bartlett and Martin Aitken. My Year of Rest and Relaxation. By Ottessa Moshfegh. Penguin Press. The Neighborhood.
By Mario Vargas Llosa. Translated by Edith Grossman. This novel, a gritty depiction of a society grounded in corruption, hedonism and violence, may be a sendup of life in Peru before the downfall of Alberto Fujimori in , but it has contemporary relevance for many countries.
When civic life becomes degraded, Vargas Llosa demonstrates, everyone is affected, the rich and the poor, the high and the low, the victim and the victimizer.
The Odyssey. By Homer. Translated by Emily Wilson. Only to Sleep: A Philip Marlowe Novel. Osborne, who worked as a reporter along the border in the early s, knows Mexico well and he passes that knowledge along to Marlowe. The Overstory. The Parking Lot Attendant. An Ethiopian-American teenager living in a mysterious island commune narrates this impressive debut novel, recalling her childhood in Boston and her entanglement there with a charismatic parking-lot attendant and his possibly sinister schemes.
The Perfect Nanny. By Leila Slimani.
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Translated by Sam Taylor. A Princess in Theory. By Alyssa Cole. This novel checks a lot of boxes: STEM girls, gaslighting, sexual consent.
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By Lionel Shriver. A collection of short fiction that becomes a wry catalog of the many ways an acquisitive urge can go astray. Pure Hollywood: And Other Stories.
By Nick Drnaso. Drawn and Quarterly. By Ling Ma. Slave Old Man. By Patrick Chamoiseau.
Translated by Linda Coverdale. New Press. His exhilarating flight evokes the shock of freedom with tactile immediacy. The Sparsholt Affair.
For a man in the s, gay sex was a scandal that led to a prison term. His son comes to maturity in a different era, one in which he can take a legal husband. Spinning Silver.
A State of Freedom. Naipaul, presents five interconnected stories set in India and exploring the lives of the unmoored. There There. A View of the Empire at Sunset.
By Caryl Phillips. Wade in the Water: In her new collection, the poet laureate addresses national traumas including slavery and the Civil War — some of the poems are drawn from the letters of black soldiers — while asking how an artist might navigate the political and the personal. Washington Black. The Witch Elm. French has stepped away from her standout Dublin Murder Squad series to deliver a nervy, obsessive novel — equal parts crime thriller and psychological study — about an art gallery publicist and an unsolved murder in his family.
Your Duck Is My Duck: By Deborah Eisenberg. She is an artist of the unsaid: A Life. By Jonathan Eig. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. American Dialogue: The Founders and Us. American Eden: By Victoria Johnson. The doctor to the infamous Hamilton-Burr duel also created a legendary botanical garden for early America, now buried far beneath Rockefeller Center.
Johnson tells his story. American Prison: For his latest book, Bauer, an investigative journalist, went undercover as a guard at a private prison in Louisiana.
Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America. By Eliza Griswold. Arthur Ashe: By Raymond Arsenault.
He belongs on the Mount Rushmore of elite sports figures who changed America. Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup. Elizabeth Holmes and her startup, Theranos, perpetrated one of the biggest scams in the history of Silicon Valley, raising millions for a medical device that never really existed.
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