After his surreal satire of the Gulf War, 'Dear Mr. President,' the award-winning author returns with something unexpected: a dragon coming-of-age novel
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From black metal murders to Charles Manson and the Beatles
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'Priestdaddy' author talks about growing up in a "God gang" in Middle America and her atheist father joining the cloth
S.E. Hinton's young adult novel about greasers in Oklahoma still resonates with readers
Doree Shafrir's book dissects the prosperous, murky, male-dominated environment of startup culture
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Daniel Magariel's stunning book offers an unflinching portrayal of a father's cruelty