Find our ranked Fall ’14 list below with not-to-be-missed listens from Jodi Picoult, Neil Patrick Harris, Lena Dunham, Sophie Kinsella, and many, many more! And don’t forget to add our exciting Fall ’14 Drop-ins to your list as well. Click here to view Fall Drop-Ins, including BUSINESS ADVENTURES and the new GEORGE W. BUSH title. Or visit our SOP page to download a ranked list on Excel alongside these newly-added titles.
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, has
authored a personal biography of his father, George H. W. Bush, the
Forty-three men have served as President of the United
States. Countless books have been written about them.
"Enjoying pain with your pleasure is something you either get,
or you don't. If you get it, then you don't really need it
explained, because you know how good it feels, and if you don't get
it then no amount of talking is going to convince you it makes
From internationally acclaimed author Haruki Murakami—a
fantastical illustrated short novel about a boy imprisoned in a
Opening the flaps on this unique little book, readers will find
themselves immersed in the strange world of best-selling Haruki
Murakami's wild imagination.
Ken Follett’s Century Trilogy follows the fortunes of five
intertwined families—American, German, Russian, English, and
Welsh—as they make their way through the twentieth century.
It has been called “potent, engrossing” (Publishers
Weekly) and “truly epic” (Huffington Post).
“An extraordinary work of detection, suspense, and
supernatural mystery. I spent three days totally lost in the world
Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman have created. This is brilliant,
page-turning fiction with mythic underpinnings that give it a
special resonance; a rare collaboration where the sum is truly
greater than the parts.
Throughout her blockbuster career, #1 New York Times
bestselling author Jodi Picoult has seamlessly blended nuanced
characters, riveting plots, and rich prose, brilliantly creating
stories that “not only provoke the mind but touch the flawed
souls in all of us” (The Boston Globe).