Results for General Fiction + Adult-YA Crossover Fiction + Adult Books From A Child's Perspective + 1980s & '90s

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  • Boy Swallows Universe
    Trent Dalton
    Paperback: 04/07/2020
     
    An utterly wonderful debut novel of love, crime, magic, fate and a boy's coming of age, set in 1980s Australia...
  • My Name Is Leon
    Kit De Waal
    Paperback: 07/25/2017
     
    For fans of The Language of Flowers, a sparkling, big-hearted, page-turning debut set in the 1970s about a ...
  • Huge
    James Fuerst
    Paperback: 07/07/2009
     
    Life hasn’t been easy for Eugene “Huge” Smalls. But it’s not all bad. Raymond Chandler and...
  • Oh The Glory Of It All
    Sean Wilsey
    Paperback: 04/25/2006
     
    "In the beginning we were happy. And we were always excessive. So in the beginning we were happy to excess." ...
  • The Center of Everything
    Laura Moriarty
    Paperback: 07/01/2004
     
    In this extraordinary first novel, a young girl tries to make sense of an unruly world spinning around her. ...
  • Knick Knack Paddy Whack: A Novel
    Ardal O'Hanlon
    Paperback: 07/01/2001
     
    Not since The Catcher in the Rye has literature seen a young man with as much contempt for hypocrisy and ...
  • Innocence: A Novel
    Jane Mendelsohn
    Paperback: 05/08/2001
     
    The acclaimed author of I Was Amelia Earhart returns with a modern gothic tale about a New York schoolgirl.

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