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13 fiction novels anyone can enjoy


Looking for a new adventure, a new perspective, or just a good way to pass the time? A new book might help! Whether you’re into romance, fantasy, or historical fiction, here are thirteen novels anyone can enjoy.

Adult Fiction

Along a Breton Shore

A soldier and a young woman, on opposite sides of the revolution, must run for their lives across a war-torn France in this gripping novel of friendship, love, and survival.

Love Unseen

Hannah Hadley is a permanent fixture in London Society and well on her way to becoming a spinster. Despite her beauty and kind disposition, Hannah has accepted the harsh reality of her situation: she will never marry.

Under the Cover of Mercy

Based on a true story, Under the Cover of Mercy is the remarkable account of one woman who defied an entire nation in order to heal those who needed her help the most.

The Art of Love and Lies

A free-spirited artist teams up with a no-nonsense detective to capture a thief who has stolen a priceless Michaelangelo painting.

Under the Java Moon

Based on a true story, this gripping WWII novel captures the resilience, hope, and courage of a Dutch family who is separated during the war when the Japanese occupy the Dutch East Indies.

Youth & Teen Fiction

Swimming in a Sea of Stars

Swimming in a Sea of Stars is a poignant and gripping novel about how we’re all interconnected, like the stars in the night sky that form constellations and map out the universe, and if even one star goes missing, the effect is profound.

Beauty Reborn

Fantasy and reality collide in this retelling of Beauty and the Beast about a young woman's heroic quest to save herself.

Janitors School of Garbage

Ordinary trash becomes extraordinary at the magical school of garbage—a summer school for young garbologists.

The Wild Journey of Juniper Berry

The Wild Journey of Juniper Berry is a story about perseverance when faced with difficult and unfamiliar challenges, belonging and finding your identity, compassion for others, and learning that our differences can sometimes be our strengths.

Just Gus

Just Gus is a tender story of belonging and of two friends who learn they are better together than they were alone.

Graysen Foxx and the Treasure of Principal Redbeard

Ordinary Elementary is anything but ordinary. Below the classrooms are winding, abandoned, underground passages filled with lost treasures.

The Paper Daughters of Chinatown (Adapted for Young Readers)

Based on the true story of two friends who unite to help rescue immigrant women in the most dangerous corners of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 1890s.

Carnival Quest: The Candy Shop War, Vol. 3

The long-awaited finale of the best-selling series!

The Blue Falcons is a secret kid’s club that fights against a family of villainous magicians.

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