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The Man Who Wasn’t There, by Anil Ananthaswamy
In the tradition of Oliver Sacks, a tour of the latest neuroscience of schizophrenia, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, ecstatic epilepsy, Cotard’s syndrome, out-of-body experiences, and other disorders–revealing the awesome power of the human sense of self from a master of science journalism Anil Ananthaswamy’s extensive in-depth interviews venture into the lives of individuals who offer perspectives that will change how you think about who you are.
Sick in the Head, by Judd Apatow
This book is a collection of 30 years worth of conversations — always funny, often poignant, and incredibly intimate — that not only span Apatow’s career, but his adult life. Featuring interviews with luminaries like Mel Brooks and Chris Rock and modern icons like Louis CK and Amy Schumer, this is a book for fans of comedy, from the nerdiest fan of all.
The Daughters, by Adrienne Celt
Haunted by a family curse that took away her voice, opera sensation Lulu devotes herself to motherhood and sifts through the stories of her women ancestors, whose experiences were steeped in folkloric Polish traditions.
The Woman With A Secret, by Sophie Hannah
Fleeing a checkpoint being manned by a police officer she recognizes from her secret past, Nicki is targeted with suspicion in the murder investigation of a controversial newspaper columnist.
The Marriage of Opposites, by Alice Hoffman
A beautiful love story of a man and woman and a mother and child intricately woven together to capture the author’s true message: Love more, not less.
Villa America, by Liza Klaussman
A tale based on the real-life inspirations for Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night finds expats Sara and Gerald Murphy sharing freewheeling days, hosting parties and hiding heartbreaking secrets in the 1920s French Riviera.
Dietland, by Sarai Walker
A fresh and provocative debut novel about a reclusive young woman saving up for weight loss surgery when she gets drawn into a shadowy feminist guerilla group called “Jennifer.” Equal parts Bridget Jones’s Diary and Fight Club.