• The cover of the book My Year of Rest and Relaxation

    My Year of Rest and Relaxation

    Moshfegh’s narrator seems to have the perfect life: she’s beautiful, has a degree from Columbia University, works as a gallery girl in a cool Chelsea art gallery, and owns an apartment in the Upper East Side. Except that the money she used to buy the apartment came from her inheritance, as both of her parents died in quick succession. In an attempt to ignore the demons in her life, she finds a hack psychiatrist who prescribes her enough medication to sleep indefinitely and begins her year of rest and relaxation.

  • The cover of the book Still Me

    Still Me

    Louisa Clark, the heroine from Me Before You, is back and starting a new job in New York. While part of her will always miss her former employer, Will, she knows he would want her to keep moving forward. As she begins working as an assistant to a rich businessman’s second wife, she thinks things are finally beginning to go her way—until a secret comes out that tears her world apart.

  • The cover of the book Women in Sunlight

    Women in Sunlight

    Kat Raine is a writer living in Tuscany and is determined to complete the book she’s been working on about her recently deceased friend. When three American women—all dealing with losses of their own—come to the town where she’s staying, she quickly befriends them and decides to add their stories to the novel she’s writing.

  • The cover of the book Lincoln in the Bardo

    Lincoln in the Bardo

    It’s the beginning of the Civil War, and Abraham Lincoln’s beloved son, Willie, has become terribly ill. He dies unexpectedly and ends up in the bardo, a place which is neither heaven nor hell, but an in-between space where ghosts mingle and discuss the latest gossip and their past transgressions. While most children end up in this transitional space for mere minutes, Willie doesn’t seem to be leaving—causing a struggle over his soul.

  • The cover of the book Evvie Drake Starts Over

    Evvie Drake Starts Over

    The loss of her husband, Andy, to a car crash has left Evvie’s world shattered. When Andy’s childhood friend, Dean Tenney, takes a break from his Major League pitching career to spend some time in his hometown, he and Evvie start an unlikely friendship and perhaps something more. This charming and quirky story reminds us of the possibilities for joy and love that still exist after loss.