30 Assorted General Fiction Books Collection May 16, 2021

30 Assorted General Fiction Books Collection May 16, 2021

General Fiction eBooks

Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.

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The Winter of Winters by Robert M. Kidd


Princess Luna, the guardian of the night, peacefully rules over Equestria alongside her big sister. When the Cutie Mark Crusaders suggest she should have a holiday as equally prestigious as Celestia’s Summer Sun Celebration, she declines.

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What You Are by M.G. Vassanji


From M.G. Vassanji, two-time Giller Prize winner and winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award, comes a finely crafted collection of short fiction that explores the tensions between remembering past homes and belonging in new ones.

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The Triggering Town by Richard Hugo


The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing Study Guide consists of approx. 23 pages of summaries and analysis on The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing by Richard Hugo. This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.

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The Rock Eaters by Brenda Peynado


A story collection, in the vein of Carmen Maria Machado, Kelly Link and Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, spanning worlds and dimensions, using strange and speculative elements to tackle issues ranging from class differences to immigration to first generation experiences to xenophobia.

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The Girl I Used to Be by Heidi Hostetter


Your husband is not the man you thought he was… but how do you move on, when you’re forced to keep his secret?

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The Inn at Tansy Falls by Cate Woods


Dearest Nell, if you’re reading this letter, I’m already gone… You’re my best friend in the world, and as my last request I’m asking you to lay me to rest hundreds of miles away, in my crazy gorgeous, totally one-of-a-kind hometown of Tansy Falls. I know you’re a born-and-bred city girl, but hear me out. After first losing Adrian, and then me… I know your heart is hurting, Nell.

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Teenage Writings by Jane Austen


From the author of Suitors and Sabotage comes a swoonworthy Christmas adventure, perfect for fans of Jane Austen and Downton Abbey. 1817. The happy chaos of the Yuletide season has descended upon the country estate of Shackleford Park in full force, but lady’s maid Kate Darby barely has the time to notice.

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The Cancer Ladies’ Running Club by Josie Lloyd


‘Amazing, heartbreaking and inspiring’ Jenny Colgan ‘A beautiful story of friendship. I loved it’ Celia Anderson Sometimes we need our friends to help us find our feet… When Keira receives her breast cancer diagnosis she doesn’t want to have to tell her children or her husband Tom, and she doesn’t want to step back from work. She doesn’t want to sit in a hospital and stare mortality in the face, nor be part of a group of fellow cancer patients.

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Songs for Your Mother by Gordon MacMillan


I’m greeted by the strangest sight. A small dark-haired boy is standing there. It’s like he’s a human parcel, delivered to my front door. ‘My name is Luke,’ he says. When Johnny meets Lauren in a bar in Santa Cruz, there’s an instant connection.

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Surprise Me by Deena Goldstone


Surprise Me, a debut novel, is an unconventional love story about two writers who see more in each other than they see in themselves, and how that faith transforms them. The fragile dream of becoming a writer takes hold during Isabelle Rothman’s senior year of college.

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Songs and Stories of the Ghouls by Alice Notley


Left dead after our cultures were broken by triumphant enemies, our stories changed to suit others. We now change them again to suit ourselves.

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Snowflake by Louise Nealon


A NOVEL FOR A GENERATION ‘Wonderful’ Roddy Doyle ‘GAS and beautiful and truthful and touching’ Marian Keyes, author of Grown Ups ‘A novel for anyone who’s ever felt lost in the world’ John Boyne, author of The Heart’s Invisible Furies ‘Tender, laugh-out-loud funny, and deeply moving’ Louise O’Neill, author of After the Silence ‘Astonishing’ Stacey Halls, author of The Familiars Eighteen-year-old Debbie White lives on a dairy farm with her mother, Maeve, and her uncle, Billy.

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Sal by Mick Kitson


‘Just *wonderful*. A breath of fresh air in a book. Sal is a story with incredible heart, told so beautifully and with such clarity and grace I can hardly believe it’s a debut! I loved it’ JOANNA CANNON, author of THE TROUBLE WITH GOATS AND SHEEP AN OBSERVER ‘NEW FACE OF FICTION 2018’ This is a story of something like survival.

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Remote Sympathy by Catherine Chidgey


Shortlisted for the 2021 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards An exquisitely readable, polyphonic novel of domestic drama and human connection set in and around a concentration camp in Germany during the second world war and its aftermath.

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Paint and Nectar by Ashley Clark


In 1929, a spark forms between Eliza, a talented watercolorist, and a man whose family has a withstanding feud with hers. Decades later, after inheriting a house and all its secrets from a mysterious patron, Lucy is determined to keep the property away from a young man’s development company and preserve it, not only for history’s sake, but also for her own.

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New Time by Leslie Scalapino


Time spent in Japan, and everyday life in Berkeley and Oakland, come together as a kaleidoscope of words and consciousness in New Time. Leslie Scalapino pushes at the edges / spatial shape of language and experience in her new collection by writing that is itself events, which are to “punch a hole in reality.”

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Nabokov and the Real World by Robert Alter


In Down Home Economics, Smith endeavors to solve some of our most challenging economic and social problems. He begins his quest by modeling a tiny economy comprised of a farmer, a hunter and a handyman.

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Lemons In The Garden of Love by Ames Sheldon


It’s 1977 and Cassie Lyman, a graduate student in women’s history, is struggling to find a topic for her doctoral dissertation. When she discovers a trove of drawings, suffrage cartoons, letters, and diaries at Smith College belonging to Kate Easton, founder of the Birth Control League of Massachusetts in 1916, she believes she has located her subject.

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Highway Blue by Ailsa McFarlane


An Observer 10 BEST DEBUTS OF 2021 A hypnotic story of young love on the run ‘I loved Highway Blue – a dark, glimmering, journey deep into modern America’ Rosie Price, author of What Red Was ‘Highway Blue holds you captive like a blues song or incantation’ Olivia Sudjic, author of Asylum Road Anne Marie is adrift San Padua, living a precarious life of shift-work and shared apartments. Her husband Cal left her on their first anniversary and two years later, she can’t move on. When he shows up suddenly on her doorstep, clearly in some kind of trouble, she reluctantly agrees to a drink.

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Featherweight by Mick Kitson


Annie Perry is born beside the coal-muddied canals of the Black Country at the height of the industrial revolution. When her father dies, her Romi family can no longer afford to keep her, and at nine years old she is sold for six guineas to the famous and feared bare-knuckle boxer Bill Perry, the Tipton Slasher.

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Family and Borghesia by Natalia Ginzburg


Two novellas about friendship, romance, and family by one of the finest Italian writers of the twentieth century. Carmine, an architect, and Ida, a translator, lived together once, long ago, and even had a child, but the child died, and their relationship fell apart, and Carmine married Ninetta, and their child is Dodo, who Carmine feels is a little dull, and these days Carmine is still spending every evening with Ida, but about that Ninetta has nothing to say.

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Faces of Courage by Susan K. Beatty


Fear strangles even the faithful sometimes. Despite every attempt to be brave, fear has defined Olivia Stanford’s life: with each new foster home, when her adopted parents died leaving her all alone again, trusting and marrying her husband, Frank, and coping with his football injuries and career loss.

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Dog Days by Ericka Waller


Ericka Waller’s Dog Days is a debut novel about the way dogs can bring out the best in us in the face of life’s challenges. George is a grumpy, belligerent old man who has just lost his wife. She has left him notes around the home and a miniature dachshund puppy called Poppy. But George doesn’t want a dog, he wants to fight everyone who is trying to help him.

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Constellations by Nick Payne


“A singular astonishment.” —John Lahr, The New Yorker One relationship. Infinite possibilities. In the beginning Marianne and Roland meet at a party. They go for a drink, or perhaps they don’t. They fall madly in love and start dating, but eventually they break up.

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Boys Don’t Cry by Fiona Scarlett


‘I can’t remember ever reading anything so moving . . . It’s so beautiful.’ MARIAN KEYES They say boys don’t cry. But Finn’s seen his Da do it when he thinks no one’s looking, so that’s not true. And isn’t it OK to be sad, when bad things happen? They say boys don’t cry, but you might . . . ‘Unforgettable.’ Donal Ryan ‘Authentic to the bone’ Kit de Waal It will break your heart in a million different ways.’ Louise O’Neill ‘Powerful and poignant.’ Ruth Hogan ‘Hilarious and heartbreaking.’ Louise Nealon What readers are saying: ‘Fiona Scarlett is certainly up there with the likes of Roddy Doyle . . .

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Attachments by Jeff Arch


At a boarding school in Pennsylvania, a deathbed request from the school’s dean brings three former students back to campus, where secrets and betrayals from the past are brought out into the open—secrets that could have a catastrophic effect on the dean’s eighteen-year-old son.

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A Far Distant Land by David Field


The highly anticipated new release from the groundbreaking, New York Times best-selling author of Medical Medium! Experience the next level of medical revelations. Packed with information you won’t find anywhere else about the Unforgiving Four—the threats responsible for the rise of illness—and the miraculous power of food to heal, this book gives you the ability to become your own health expert, so you can protect yourself, friends, family, and loved ones from symptoms, suffering, and disease.

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A Meditation on I Am by Rupert Spira


“Rupert Spira is one of the great souls. Read his books, and be clarified.” —Coleman Barks, translator of Rumi, including Soul Fury A contemplative poem about the intimate, impersonal, infinite nature of being. In A Meditation on I Am, Rupert Spira contemplates the essential nature of our self before it has been conditioned or qualified by the content of experience. It is a poem, a prayer and a hymn of praise to the simple fact of being that is the source of the peace and happiness for which we long above all else.

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An I-Novel by Minae Mizumura


Minae Mizumura’s An I-Novel is a semi-autobiographical work that takes place over the course of a single day in the 1980s. Minae is a Japanese expatriate graduate student who has lived in the United States for two decades but turned her back on the English language and American culture.

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A Song For The Road by Kathleen M. Basi


Cheryl Strayed’s Wild meets Katherine Center’s How to Walk Away in Kathleen Basi’s debut novel about an unconventional road trip and what it means to honor the ones we love. It’s one year after the death of her husband and twin teenagers. Miriam Tedesco has lost faith in humanity and herself.

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