Man Booker Prize Winning Authors
|Mrs. Osmond||John Banville||
MRS. OSMOND continues the story of Isabel Archer, the protagonist of Henry James' classic novel The Portrait of a Lady, retelling the tale and then taking it further, all with Banville's characteristically thoughtful and arresting prosody, as well as a clever sense of humor.
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|The Only Story||Julian Barnes||
THE ONLY STORY is the story of a young college student and a married older woman who fall in love after being paired together in a tennis tournament, and how their relationship evolved over the years.
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|Machines Like Me||Ian McEwan||
MACHINES LIKE ME is set in an alternate London of 1982, where the world has become even more modern and advanced than our world today. A young man decides to purchase Adam, one of the newly created androids that have hit the market, and with his neighbor (and lover) Miranda, they design Adam's personality. Soon, a love...
|The Children Act||Ian McEwan||
THE CHILDREN ACT is the story of a leading High Court judge handling a life or death decision facing a seventeen-year-old boy.
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NUTSHELL is a classic tale of murder and deceit, but there is a witness - a nine-month-old resident of a womb.
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|Joseph Anton||Salman Rushdie||
JOSEPH ANTON is Salman Rushdie's autobiography, written not only in his own masterful style, but honestly reveals his remarkable life. The book covers the author's public and private story, as well as the details of his "death sentence" issued by the Ayatollah Khomeini.
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|Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights||Salman Rushdie||
TWO YEARS EIGHT MONTHS AND TWENTY-EIGHT NIGHTS is a satirical and bawdy blend of history and mythology set in New York in the near future. The style and charm of the story is instantly recognizable as a work of the great Salman Rushdie.
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|The Golden House||Salman Rushdie||
THE GOLDEN HOUSE enthralls readers thrilled with Salman Rushdie's return to realism with this epic novel of an eccentric, foreign billionaire and his family. As this group, which also includes the wealthy man's young Russian girlfriend, becomes the talk of Greenwich Village, the mysteries that surround each character...
|Tenth of December: Stories||George Saunders||
TENTH OF DECEMBER is a brilliant collection by the master of short stories. Subjects run from class to love to sex to despair to war. They are outrageous, hilarious and tender. This is a terrific read.
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|Lincoln in the Bardo||George Saunders||
LINCOLN IN THE BARDO won the Man Booker Prize as the best English language work of fiction. It is George Saunders' first novel, and a unique look at the tragedy of President Abraham Lincoln's loss of his young son Willie. The format and story line is displayed in a form invented by the brilliant Saunders....