• The cover of the book Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

    Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

    Eleanor Oliphant is a bit of a recluse, rarely getting out of the house for anything besides work, buying vodka and frozen pizza at the Tesco, and stalking her new musician crush at his gigs. When she assists her coworker with an elderly man after he has an accident on the street, she finds her world—and her social group—expanding. With new people to talk to, Eleanor is able to combat issues she’s internalized for years in her own quirky way.

     
  • The cover of the book The Light We Lost

    The Light We Lost

    This novel begins in New York City in the wake of 9/11. It’s a day that changes millions of lives, including Lucy’s. It’s the day she meets her first love, Gabe, who, in the aftermath of tragedy encourages her to follow her own dreams and make her life matter. While the book focuses heavily on their relationship, it also shows how Lucy evolves from an unsure college student to a confident career woman.

     
  • The cover of the book Paris for One and Other Stories

    Paris for One and Other Stories

    Nell is 26 and has never traveled very far from her hometown. Going out of her comfort zone, she decides to plan a weekend vacation to Paris with her boyfriend. The only problem? He doesn’t show up. Rather than canceling her trip, Nell takes a leap of faith and goes on her first solo voyage to The City of Light. With no one she knows there to judge her, Nell begins to take risks she never would have taken at home and explores the city with the fresh eyes of a changed person.

     
  • The cover of the book Impossible Views of the World

    Impossible Views of the World

    Museum curator Stella Krakus is finally taking back her life, leaving her husband and moving to Brooklyn as she focuses more on her job at a renowned New York City art museum. When one of her coworkers suddenly goes missing, Stella begins to follow the clues he has left behind, learning more about the museum’s secrets and herself along the way.

     
  • The cover of the book Swing Time

    Swing Time

    Swing Time tells the story of two young girls who meet in dance class, but only one, Tracey, shows real talent. As they grow older, their lives veer in different paths, but dance continues to be a major driver of their personal growth, especially as they discover how deeply rooted their culture is in the rhythm, music, and camaraderie of dance.