The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert is a sweeping saga that covers several centuries, linking fascinating places and recounting stories form several points of view. Here are more historical novels that include one or more of these elements: family sagas, science and nature, and memorable places and people.
Cormac McCarthy has a unique style, writing stories that are psychological, intense and often unremittingly bleak. Here are some more authors to try after you've exhausted all of Cormac McCarthy's works.
For people who love books, what could be more fun than a book about, well... books? All of these stories feature books at their core - secretive books, non-existent books, life-changing books. Because, as Morrissey once said, "there's more to life than books, but not much more."
Come on, admit the title at least piqued your interest. Elaine Dundy’s first novel was The Dud Avocado . It is very loosely, a memoir of her time in Paris as a young woman in the 1950s. Her follow up...