Priyanka Chopra Jonas' Memoir & 8 Other New Books You'll Want To Read This Week

Including a Pride and Prejudice retelling.

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas' new memoir is out this week, along with eight more stunning books.

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Born in India and partly educated in the United States, Priyanka Chopra Jonas began her career as an entertainer and filmmaker as a teenager. In Unfinished, Chopra Jonas examines all she's accomplished in her life so far.
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Three women must forge new lives for themselves after their husband and father's death leaves them mired in scandal, in Lauren Edmondson's Washington, D.C.-set Sense and Sensibility retelling, Ladies of the House.
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An aspiring healer travels to an idyllic mountaintop village to train under a famous pharmacist, but soon begins to suspect that something is very, very wrong, in Lucie Elven's debut novel, The Weak Spot.
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Namina Forna's YA novel centers on Deka, a teenager whose golden blood marks her as an immortal warrior. Torn away from everyone she's ever known, Deka finds herself in a strange new world that she just might be able to call home, in The Gilded Ones.
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After she refused to use her powers to help Odin, Angrboda lost her ability to divine the future, but found purpose in the family she created with Loki. Now, her powers are returning, and the ice-giant witch must decide what path her life will take.
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Originally published in New Zealand in 2019, The Absolute Book comes to U.S. shores this week. When a police inquiry drags her back into an old family tragedy, Taryn finds herself working as a part of something much more grand than she ever imagined in this magical novel.
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With their parents' pho restaurants caught in a bitter rivalry, Bao and Linh have spent their whole lives avoiding one another. But when they're thrust together without warning, things get a little bit steamy in this new YA rom-com.
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If you're looking for some new short fiction to enjoy this week, look no further than Elvira Navarro's English-language debut, Rabbit Island, which contains 11 surreal stories from the Spanish writer.
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In Cate Quinn's Black Widows, the three wives of a polygamist find themselves under intense scrutiny when their husband fails to return from a fishing trip. None of them can trust her sister-wives, because all of them are suspect, in this tense thriller.
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