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52 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out June 18 – 24, 2024

An elite mountain spa turns murderous, Dr Fauci tells his story, the 90s trend that never let up, Cusk on parade, and stories written just for the devil.

Big Ideas in Books

It’s never too late to bloom

Inspiring stories about people coming out in adulthood. Because the best time to start living as who you're meant to be is whenever you're ready.

Big Ideas in Books

Books that every man should read

These books, including essays, stories, journalism, and memoirs, each take a unique view on maleness, masculinity, and how to be a good man today.

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The best Regency romance books for fans of Bridgerton

For Bridgerton fans thirsting for more Regency-era romance after devouring season 3, we've gathered the absolute best books in the genre.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Stephen Maher offers readers a glimpse of The Prince

Michael spoke with writer Stephen Maher about The Prince, his thoroughly researched account of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's political rise—and decline.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

64 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out June 11 - 17, 2024

Sawtelle's return, Questlove on hip hop, Ali Hazelwood's Not in Love, unsettling news about settled climate science, and Elin Hilderbrand's swan song.

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Romantasy books for fans of Fourth Wing

If you're hungry for more series with the same adventure-to-romance ratio as Fourth Wing, we've got you covered.

Big Ideas in Books

Classic queer fiction

There is a long, rich tradition of queer literature. Here we highlight a handful of must-read literary masterworks from the 20th century.

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Books for fans of Colleen Hoover's Verity

If you stayed up past your bedtime, devouring every twist and turn in Verity, and you're wondering what to read next, look no further than these books.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

62 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out June 4 – 10, 2024

Baek Sehee still wants to eat tteokbokki, Jade Church brings Clarity, a doctor explains adolescent gender (and adolescents), and Maisie Dobbs is done.

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