Host a #FerranteNightFever launch event during the week of October 31 and win a trip to the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair!!!
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The publication of Frantumaglia and The Beach at Night on November 1 is going to be the publishing event of the season. Over 70 stores nationwide will be holding #FerranteNightFever events during the week of October 31.
The Golden Age
Watch the book trailer for Joan London's new novel, The Golden Age.
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"The prolific French Belgian dramatist, fiction writer, and film director inventively interweaves the love lives of its inhabitants into a kaleidoscopic and cinematic tale."
— Booklist, Oct 6 2016
"No love of sport is required to feel the genuine emotion pulsing from this story about making connections."
— Shelf Awareness, Sep 13 2016
"It's a story that's harrowing and heartfelt all at once...a captivating story that will stick with you well beyond the final pages."
— Booktrib, Sep 13 2016
"Maksik’s voice is distinctive and vivid, giving us a portrait of a life that is honest, visceral, truly extraordinary."
— Departures, Sep 12 2016
"Shelter in Place feels to me like an even more accomplished novel: a book to shake your sense of self, by a writer doing exactly as he pleases."
— Electric Literature, Sep 12 2016
"Shelter in Place is as unquestionably brilliant as it is painful; a rare meditation on mania, depression, and the rage of youth that so often dissipates with the approach of middle age."
— The Huffington Post, Sep 9 2016
"There’s something truly exhilarating about reading a novel that’s so audaciously original, so inventive and let’s be honest, so sort of weird that you want to put it in the hands of just about everyone you know." Read the full review in the San Francisco Chronicle.
— San Francisco Chronicle, Sep 8 2016
“This tale of lost innocence is poignantly told, “written” by a self-aware narrator who seamlessly shifts perspectives, giving the impression of being every character as well as the storyteller.”