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Amazon's Best Books of November: Today's Releases



Yoon...Or should I say, today's release, since there is only one. We rarely select novels in the Young Adult category for our overall top ten list, but Nicola Yoon's The Sun Is Also a Star is an exception. This National Book Award-nominated novel is a smartly-written romance that will appeal to an adult audience as well (even adults with cynical hearts).   

While Ms. Yoon can certainly hold her own, there a more Best of the Month selections you can get your hands on today. The fall season is a busy one in the publishing world, so there were some late-October releases that we bumped to November for Best of the Month consideration. These are the titles that made the cut.

 

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You Will Not Have My Hate by Antoine Leiris
 
Antoine Leiris's wife was killed in the 2015 Paris terror attacks, leaving him and their young son behind. Leiris had a choice: Embrace life, or succumb to anger and despair. In this devastating, defiant, and miraculously hopeful memoir, Leiris refuses to respond to hate with hate.
 

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Walk Through Walls by Marina Abramović
 
Performance artist Marina Abramović has willingly had a loaded pistol pointed at her head, been maimed by strangers, and lain in the middle of a gas-soaked star set aflame (for starters). So yes, some may come away from reading Walk Through Walls and think, she's nuts. But there is a method to Abramović's madness, as this frank and fascinating memoir explains.
 

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The Earth Is Weeping by Peter Cozzens
 
Dee Brown's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee has long been the standard bearer when it comes to books about the Indian Wars, but The Earth Is Weeping demonstrates that we've learned a lot since its publication 40+ years ago. Peter Cozzens looks at the conflict with a more nuanced eye, neither giving the moral high ground to the Native Americans, or the whites.
 

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The Education of Dixie Dupree by Donna Everhart (Debut Spotlight)
 
When her parent's impending divorce sparks a tragic event, eleven-year-old Dixie Dupree's uncle arrives to save the day. But things don't go as planned…With more gravitas and heart than its twee cover might suggest, debut author Donna Everhart does a deft job of writing about innocence lost.
 

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