available 8.12.14 -- Jewell’s most recent novel is a melodrama starring the Bird clan: happy-go-lucky mother Lorelai, patient father Colin, headstrong eldest child Meg, meek Beth, and dissimilar twins Rory and Rhys. Each member of the family begins to drift away from the others, and the subsequent years find them dealing with affairs, abandonment, and death.
The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters is a historical fiction novel with intrigue and passion. Set in 1920s London, the story follows a widow and her "spinster daughter" as they take in a young couple as tenants. Out Sept. 16
Fifty-nine-year-old Fiona Maye, a family High Court judge, struggles simultaneously with her husband's determination to swing for a last passionate fling with a much younger woman, and a gnarly case involving the right of a remarkable, not-quite-18-year-old Jehovah's Witness to refuse a blood transfusion. The Children Act raises intriguing questions about both religious and romantic devotion, legality versus morality, and where professional responsibilities end and personal ones begin.
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Day 17: Author Heather Gudenkauf reviews The Good Girl by Mary Kubica on Pages Unbound Book Reviews. #30Authors http://pagesunbound.wordpress.com/2014/09/17/author-heather-gudenkauf-on-the-good-girl-by-mary-kubica/
What it's about: Dysfunctional siblings who aren't used to observing their Jewish faith are forced to fulfill their father's final wish and sit shivah together for an entire week and confront their problems. Who's starring: The This Is Where I Leave You cast includes Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Timothy Olyphant, Jane Fonda, Rose Byrne, and Adam Driver. Release date: Sept. 12
And here comes the heartbreak of the century! Augustus Waters and Hazel Grace will make us feel that love is infinite. And I will quote Shakespeare here where John Green (author) took the title from: "The fault is not in our stars. It's in ourselves".
Tell the Wolves I'm Home: A Novel (Target Club Pick June 2013) (Paperback) by Carol Rifka Brunt