"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.
Now a major motion picture starring Julianne Moore and Ken Watanabe.
“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