You'll Want To Read White Ivy Before Shonda Rhimes Brings It To Netflix

Susie Yang's debut novel follows Ivy, a young woman in a love triangle.

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This week's new books come to you from all corners of the globe.

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A widow packs her things and moves into the museum her late husband owned in Anstey Harris' poignant new novel, The Museum of Forgotten Memories. Cate wants more than anything to save Richard's museum for future generations, but she'll have to move beyond her own past to do so.
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The History of Love author Nicole Krauss' new collection of short fiction, To Be a Man, examines multiple facets of modern-day masculinity, from toxic pressures to unrestrained joys, in the lives of people from around the globe.
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Well known in her native China since the late 1980s, Yi Lei meets American audiences this week with My Name Will Grow Wide Like a Tree: a new collection of poetry in translation. These quiet, powerful poems will set off fireworks for English-speaking readers everywhere.
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After a lifetime spent running from home and from prison, a queer, young indigenous Australian woman finds a reason to stay with her family in Melissa Lucashenko's #OwnVoices novel, Too Much Lip. Can Kerry put an end to the plans to build a prison on her family's ancestral land?
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A teenager with the power to instantly reward or punish others learns that her newfound abilities don't work on her annoying lab partner in this new rom-com. Does Quint really deserve the karmic justice Pru dishes out... or is there more to him than meets the eye?
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'The Enigma Game' by Elizabeth Wein
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Code Name Verity author Elizabeth Wein returns to World War II-era Europe with The Enigma Game: a new novel in which three unlikely individuals must find a way to crack the Germans' code and bring an end to the global conflict that has taken so much from them.
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Years ago, Ivy's burgeoning relationship with Gideon was cut short when she was sent to China as punishment for theft. Living in Boston again as an adult, Ivy has just run into Gideon's sister. She almost had him once, and now Ivy's after Gideon again in this taut debut.
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