Twenty-five years after Jesus’ Son, a haunting new
collection of short stories on aging, mortality, and transcendence,
from National Book Award winner and two-time Pulitzer Prize
finalist Denis Johnson
The Largesse of the Sea Maiden is the long-awaited new story
collection from Denis Johnson.
The first work of long fiction from the Pulitzer Prize-winning
playwright—a tour de force of memory, mystery, death, and
This searing, extraordinarily evocative narrative opens with a man
in his house at dawn, surrounded by aspens, coyotes cackling in the
distance as he quietly navigates the distance between present and
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “Fifteen
years after The Life of Pi, Yann Martel is taking us on
another long journey. Fans of his Man Booker Prize–winning
novel will recognize familiar themes from that seafaring
phenomenon, but the itinerary in this imaginative new book is
When a terrible accident claims the life of Eleanor’s twin,
her family is left in tatters, and her reality begins to unravel,
dropping her in and out of unfamiliar worlds. When she returns to
her own time and place, hours and days have flown by without her.
I want to change. I need to change. I'm gradually losing
touch with myself.
Adultery, the provocative new novel by Paulo Coelho,
best-selling author of The Alchemist and Eleven
Minutes, explores the question of what it means to live life
fully and happily, finding the balance between life's routine and
the desire for something new.
With brilliant and audacious strokes, E. L. Doctorow creates a
breathtaking collage of memories, events, visions, and provocative
thought, all centered on an idea of the modern reality of God. At
the heart of this stylistically daring tour de force is a detective
story about a cross that vanishes from a rundown Episcopal church
in lower Manhattan only to reappear on the roof of an Upper West
This brilliant novel by an American master, the author
of Ragtime, The Book of Daniel, Billy
Bathgate, and The March, takes us on a
radical trip into the mind of a man who, more than once in his
life, has been the inadvertent agent of disaster.