1. booksandbrews:

    I love my Indiespensable subscriptions from Powells.  The newest selection, Hannah Pittard’s The Fates Will Find Their Way, looks fantastic.  It comes in a neatly designed slip that is unique to the subscription.  Also, their is an advanced copy of Ten Thousand Saints, by Eleanor Henderson as well as the new Powell’s coffee mug.  

    Anyways, from the inside flap of “Fates:”

    “Sixteen-year-old Nora Lindell is missing.  And the neighborhood boys she’s left behind are caught forever in the heady current of her absence.  As the days and years pile up, the mystery of her disappearance grows kaleidoscopically.  A collection of rumors, divergent suspicions, and tantalizing what-ifs, Nora Lindell’s story is a shadowy projection of teenage lust, friendship, reverence, and regret, captured magically in the disembodied plural voice of the boys who still long for her.”

    Thanks for sharing! We love this volume something fierce.

     

  2. Powell’s Does it Again

    bookishquotes:

    The Powell’s indiespensable program is just amazing. Just received the next installment with The Fates Will Find Their Way. Cannot wait to start it. Way to go Powells another beautiful edition with wonderful extras. Keep them coming!

    http://www.powells.com/indiespensable/

    So nice to hear. Thank you!

    (Source: pageandoven)

     

  3. The Fates Will Find Their Way JacketWe can’t stop recommending The Fates Will Find Their Way, the debut novel from Hannah Pittard coming Jan. 25th from Ecco. We got a chance to talk with Pittard about the book’s first-person-plural point of view, how writers channel adolescence, and whale sharks.

    Keep an eye on this one.