This exciting debut features two young boys on a river adventure navigating guilt, survival, and regret. From Iowa Writer's Workshop author Andrew J. Graff, this book is a must read!
A beautiful reflection on our relationships with food, medicine, and family, as told by a daughter cooking for her ailing mother.
In a world where peppers are an illegal substance, a woman is destined to discover the secrets of capsacin. A brilliant discussion on family, social expectations, and the role law plays in our social life.
A possibly autobiographical novel about growing up poor in New York in the 1910s and overcoming all adversities, like how a tree can grow up the fire escape scaffolding, the very first image in the book.
By overcoming who she was told to be, Tara Westover's memoir about education, religion, and family transcends what we know about ambition.
Alien contact in 2007, adventure through government secrets, and befriending hostility through translation exist in this beautifully written novel.