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In this multigenerational saga, a young Black girl engages with her family's past in an attempt to come to terms with her own identity. Longlisted for the 2021 National Book Award.
In this latest novel from the bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow, it is 1954, and two young brothers embark on a fateful 10-day road trip from their home in Nebraska to the city of New York.
Groff reconstructs life in a medieval English abbey in this feminist novel based on the real 12th century poet and abbess Marie de France.
After marrying a handsome Moroccan soldier during World War II and settling in the country, a young Frenchwoman is torn as tension mounts between the locals and the French colonists.