"This was my absolute favorite book of 2016! I had told that to a stranger at a bus stop one day, and he had asked me why I liked the book so much. I said that I guessed it was largely because that I almost feel as though it was my own grandfather telling me the story, which in fact was impossible, given that I had never met my own grandfather. And that's just the craziness of it all isn't it, when a book that is a work of fiction (or partly fiction in this case) can cause you to invoke an emotion or embody a spirit that otherwise had never existed. Am I making any sense? Anyway, this book made me rediscover the magic of storytelling. Chabon has really written something wonderful and masterful in this 'autobiography wrapped in a novel, disguised as a memoir.' Please please read this book!" - Anthony
WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE
The beloved, award-winning The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, a Michael Chabon masterwork, is the American epic of two boy geniuses named Joe Kavalier and Sammy Clay. Now with special bonus material by Michael Chabon.
“Blissfully Romantic….A strange, terrific, spellcasting story.” — San Francisco Chronicle
"A Zero-Sum Game was the most gritty and raw book that I've read in ages! Think Brave New World and House of Cards shoved into the confines of a Mexican housing complex. I assure you that you will remember the stories of this fantastic cast of characters for years to come. This book is a must read!" - Anthony
"Ever wonder what it would be like if the Coachella line-up had god-like powers and only 2 years to live? Well wonder no more! Dive into the world of The Wicked + The Divine! With absolutely stunning artwork by Jamie McKelvie, this is one of those titles that is truly ushering in a new era of graphic novels. I bet you that by the end of book 1 (vol 1 & 2), your head will be thoroughly BLOWN!!" - Anthony
A funny, erudite, and provocative exploration of puns, the people who make them, and this derided wordplay's remarkable impact on human history.
In The Pun Also Rises, John Pollack-a former World Pun Champion and presidential speechwriter for Bill Clinton-explains why puns matter: They revolutionized language and played a pivotal role in making the modern world possible.
NOW A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
The job of the skin is to keep it all in...
Amsterdam, 1631: Sara de Vos becomes the first woman to be admitted as a master painter to the city's Guild of St. Luke.
"A definitive guide to astronomy's hottest field." --The Economist