BookBrowse Focus: Midlife Onwards

None of us are getting any younger, so this month's Focus explores midlife onwards.

As always, BookBrowse presents the best, most interesting and eclectic books. We have philosophy (The Poet of Tolstoy Park, Philosophy Made Simple) and advice (Still Here, The Wrinkle Cure, Live Now, Age Later). We have humor (Revenge of the Middle Aged Woman, Suddenly 60) and crime (The Water Room, Half Broken Things, All The Flowers are Dying, The Closers), plus a good dollop of love (The History of Love, The Sea) and a touch of romance (Children of the Storm). All this and much more!

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  • Book Jacket: Lincoln in the Bardo
    Lincoln in the Bardo
    by George Saunders
    George Saunders' Lincoln in the Bardo is a philosophy discourse brilliantly disguised as a ...
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    Tender
    by Belinda McKeon
    Most of us have heard the slightly trite saying: "If you love something, set it free." But one can ...
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    All Tomorrow's Parties
    by Rob Spillman
    In this absorbing memoir, co-founder of Tin House magazine, Rob Spillman, recalls his artistic ...

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The Sellout
by Paul Beatty

The first book by an American author to win the prestigious Man Booker Prize.

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    A Piece of the World
    by Christina Baker Kline

    A stunning novel of friendship, passion, and art from the #1 bestselling author of Orphan Train.
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    Caught in the Revolution
    by Helen Rappaport

    A masterful retelling of the Russian Revolution from the author of The Romanov Sisters.
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