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How to Be Happyby Eleanor Davis Fantagraphics Davis's brightly coloured, flashbacks reveal a contentious John Mandel. Chang-rae Lee's On Such A During a road trip to Colorado.
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By Sameer Rahim. This experimental novel was the surprise winner of the Goldsmiths Prize and the Balieys Prize. It took nine years to find a publisher. Buy the book here. Winner of the overall Costa Prize, Nathan Filer's debut novel is an unsettling read but a perceptive and moving one. Buy The Shock of the Fall here.
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Lockhart and Moriarty author two of the most popular books this year. Amazon With the cold weather setting in, there's nothing better than curling up with a good book. To generate a list of the "it" books this year, Goodreads collected data based on the most-searched-for, standalone fiction books on Goodreads between January and August This thrilling novel explores the lives of the Eastman family, and why teenager Cadence Sinclair Eastman can't remember what happened at her grandfather's lake house two summers ago. Cadence spends every summer at her grandfather's sprawling Cape Cod estate with two cousins and a friend. The foursome calls themselves "The Liars," and work together when their parents try to use them as pawns when it comes to settling their grandfather's estate and will. The family's dark secrets are revealed and Cadence finally uncovers what happened during that mysterious summer two years ago.
In this gripping soap-operatic tale of money, and family dysfunction excerpt here, and why teenager Cadence Sinclair Eastman can't remember what happened at her grandfather's lake house two summers. Read The Telegraph's review of The Lie! This thrilling novel explores the lives of the Eastman family. Share besr Twitter.
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