Pat Barker's The Women of Troy follows up her 2017 novel The Silence of the Girls. They are both brilliant!
Cynthia Ozick's Antiquities is out today! It's a wonderful little book about the large past and the short future.
Kazuo Ishiguro's eighth novel -- and first since he wont the Nobel Prize in 2017 -- is out. But I didn't care for Klara and the Sun. Here are my thoughts.
Don DeLillo's latest novella The Silence is brilliant but dull . . . not that I think DeLillo cares. It's worth a look for sure.
Marilynne Robinson continues to expand the universe of Gilead, Iowa, with her fourth book in the series, Jack. I find these books to be healing and beautiful, and Jack is one of the best among them.
Maggie O'Farrell's Hamnet is an exceptional book that draws our attention away from Shakespeare to tell a story of the grief and disillusionment suffered by his wife while the poet was away building his legacy.