4.1 A Book of American Martyrs

A Book of American Martyrs: A Novel by Joyce Carol Oates

LA Times

“The latest novel from the famously prolific author is one of her most shocking, and also one of her best. Oates investigates the aftermath of the assassination of a doctor who performs abortions at the hands of a die-hard evangelical Christian in a small Ohio town.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.1 Songy Paradise

Songy Of Paradise: A Novel by Gary Panter

LA Times

“Underground comics legend Panter, a veteran of the L.A. punk scene in the ’70s, reimagines John Milton’s “Paradise Regained” in this breathtakingly original graphic novel.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.0 Wonder Valley

Wonder Valley: A Novel by Ivy Pochoda

LA Times

“The thriller opens with a naked young man running on foot on the 101, and things get stranger and darker as the novel progresses, with a pair of hardened criminals, a quasi-cult leader, a disgraced USC student and a young man just released from prison all crossing paths.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.5 Home Fire Shamsie

Home Fire: A Novel by Kamila Shamsie

LA Times

“Shamsie’s writing is measured and beautiful, and the novel ends with a shock that readers won’t likely be able to forget.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.1 Borne Jeff Vandermeer

Borne: A Novel by Jeff VanderMeer

LA Times

“The new novel from VanderMeer, author of the well-received “Southern Reach” trilogy, is a powerful post-apocalyptic thriller about a young woman living in the ruins of a city that once was home to a biotech firm, who finds and befriends a mysterious squid-like creature in the fur of a giant bear.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.4 Sing Unburied Sing

Sing, Unburied, Sing: A Novel by Jesmyn Ward

LA Times

“Ward’s third novel is her second to win the National Book Award for Fiction. The book focuses on JoJo, a biracial teenage boy in Mississippi whose mother is erratic and conflicted, and whose father is about to be released from prison.”

Featured in LA Times’ Best Fiction books of 2017.

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4.0 Lincoln in the bardo

Lincoln in the Bardo: A Novel by George Saunders

The Guardian

“George Saunders’s magisterial Lincoln in the Bardo, in which the death and afterlife of Abraham Lincoln’s young son is told through snippets of civil war memoir and a cacophony of squabbling ghosts, was a fantastically inventive exploration of loss, mourning and the power of empathy.”

Featured in The Guardian’s Best Fiction Books of 2017.

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