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Most of the books on this list come from reviews in the magazines Entertainment Weekly and People. A lot of the descriptions are excerpted from the reviews. Please support these magazines and the books that they recommend.

Wilker, Josh Cardboard Gods Memoir A trove of old baseball cards inspired sports blogger Wilker to reflect on his tragicomic childhood.
Wilkerson, Isabel The Warmth of Other Suns Non-fiction Sprawling and stunning account of the Great Migration, the 55-year stretch (1915-1970) during which 6 million black Americans fled the Jim Crow South.
Wilkinson, Alec The Happiest Man in the World Memoir Poppa Neutrino, 74, has been a knife sharpener, street musician and seafarer - crossing the Pacific in a raft built from scarp wood. Wilkinson's bio captures this vagabond's eccentric magic.
Wilkinson, Crystal Water Street Fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. Water Street examines the secret lives of neighbors and friends who live on Water Street in a small town in Kentucky. Assured and intimate, Wilkinson weaves us in and out of the lives of Water Street's inhabitants, dealing with love, loss, truth and tragedy, as the narration switches from person to person and their remarkable, varied and authentic voices are revealed under Wilkinson's sure hand.
Wilkinson, Kelly Weekend Homemade Craft Undowdy projects - luminarias, table decorations...all designed to be completed in a couple of hours.
Willard, Dennis Working in the Northwest Woods Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. In this first-hand account of a decade spent in the outdoors in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, we are taken on a tour of life inside the United States Forest Service when, as a first year seasonal, a young man who has spent his life in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri is transported to the Cascades. Follow him as he learns his way around the rugged terrain of the big timber country. From personal narrative of his initial experiences to gripping accounts of encounters with wild weather, wild fire and wildlife, the author takes you on a journey into the backcountry.
Willet, Jincy Winner of the National Book Award Humorous Funny, smart-mouthed, fearless, reverberating rumber of a tale! Acerbid, middle-aged spinster and her fat, slutty twin sister in zingy ying-yang of womankind.
Williams, Bett Girl Walking Backwards GLBT Novel of a young dyke in California.
Williams, Florence The Nature Fix Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
If you manage to break your addiction to your cellphone, try taking a walk in the woods. Exposure to nature, Williams writes, has been shown to increase happiness and improve health.
Williams, Juan Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It Non-fiction Williams starts with the question, "Why are so many black Americans, people born inside the gates of American opportunity, still living as if they were locked out from all America has to offer?" His answers include the debacle of big-city politics under self-serving black politicians; reparations as "a divisive dead-end idea"; the parlous state of city schools "under the alliance between the civil rights leaders and the teachers' unions".
Williams, Mark and Danny Penman Mindfulness: An Eight-Week Plan for Finding Peace in a Frantic World Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$1.99 Kindle book.
Williams, Patricia J. Open House Memoir Black Professor of law and recipient of MacArthur genius award. White conservatives attack her politics at a dinner party. "Two years later," she writes, "I am still coming up with snappy answers." Incisive and gently cranky, like a best friend melded with the professor who wowed you in college.
Williams, Paul The Fall of the Shell (Beyond Armageddon,the Pelbar Cycle) Post-Apocalyptic Post-apocalyptic survival and recovery - recommended by the guys at UH.

From a review on, "This is the fourth and central work of a series about the spiritual and technological rebirth of a future North America wrecked by nuclear war. Overtly the setting is straight after-the-bomb, but the construction of societies which each have their own strengths and weaknesses is nice, and the overall flow of the stories is well done. This novel is the best of the series. Williams is a poor creator of setting and character, but the novel moves so gracefully through the plot that many readers will forgive him his failings. The title resonates over and over through events as symmatrical as the huge stone cities of the Pelbar, the one human society in central North America to have continued as an urban civilization."
Williams, Stanley 'Tookie' Various Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
Cofounder of L.A.-based Crips gang was nominated for a 2001 Nobel Peace Prize for prison writings.
Williams, T.A. After the Event Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. As society crumbles all around him Grant must face the demons from his past in order to provide his family with a future.
Williams, Terry Tempest The Hour of Land Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Williams' ode to the national park system and the importance of the outdoors ("outside is for losers" - Catbert) is beautiful enough for your coffee table, but interesting enough for your nightstand.
Williamson, Jeanne The Uncommon Quilter Craft Small Art Quilts Created with Paper, Plastic, Fiber, and Surface Design. CW from work has this book.
Williamson, Kate A Year in Japan Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Suggested by Matthew Amster-Burton. Swoony Kyoto memoir, lovingly illustrated.
Willis, Connie Doomsday Book SciFi Suggested By: Suggested List.
Suggested for fans of Outlander. A young woman, thrown far back in time, navigates historical problems with the help of new friends and family.
Willis, Connie Oxford Time Travel series SciFi Recommended by Rebecca.

Fire Watch (Short story - 1982)

Doomsday Book (1992)
Story of Oxford Historian Kivrin Engle's trip to the middle ages, where time travel slippage causes her to be in the middle of the Black Death epidemic in 1348.

To Say Nothing of the Dog (1998)
A much lighter tone than Doomsday Book. Follows the adventures of Oxford historian Ned Henry, who is tasked to retrieve the Bishop's Bird Stump from Coventry Cathedral before it was destroyed.

Blackout/All Clear (Two Volumes - 2010)
Follows three historians travelling back to the time of World War II to observe the 'contemps' on the home front. Things start to go wrong and they all discover their drops are not functioning and have to work together to survive and figure out a way to get back home.
Willis, Ellen Out of the Vinyl Deeps Non-fiction Ellen Willis was one of the first rock critics. She combined a love of pop culture with a passion for feminist theory to create a unique body of music writing. Willis writes with a directness and utter lack of fan gush, and her observations sound a appropriate today as they did decades ago.
Wilsey, Sean Oh the Glory of It All Memoir While it sounds like a million other memoirs, Wiley's account of his screwed-up San Francisco family is superbly original.
Wilson, Adam What's Important is Feeling Short Stories Darkly funny entry that opens with "I'm done being friends with dreadlocked white guys."
Wilson, Daniel H and John Joseph Adams (editors) Press Start to Play Short Stories Science fiction meets videogames in this sharp story collection which features Holly Black and Cory Doctorow.
Wilson, Edward O. Anthill Fiction Suggested By:
Winner of the 2010 Heartland Prize, Anthill follows the thrilling adventures of a modern-day Huck Finn, enthralled with the "strange, beautiful, and elegant" world of his native Nokobee County. But as developers begin to threaten the endangered marshlands around which he lives, the book's hero decides to take decisive action. Edward O. Wilson--the world's greatest living biologist--elegantly balances glimpses of science with the gripping saga of a boy determined to save the world from its most savage ecological predator: man himself.
Wilson, Katherine The Mother-in-Law Cure Memoir Suggested By:
In this warmly funny and spirited memoir, American-born Katherine Wilson arrives in Naples, Italy, for an internship at the U.S. Consulate. One evening, she meets handsome Salvatore and finds herself immediately enveloped by his elegant mother, Raffaella, and the rest of the Avallone family. From that moment, Katherine's education begins: Never eat the crust of a pizza first, always stand up and fight for yourself and your loved ones, and consider mealtimes sacred--food must be prepared fresh and consumed in compagnia.
Wilson, Kevin The Family Fang Fiction Suggested By:
Unforgettable collection of demanding, brilliant, and absolutely endearing oddballs whose lives are risky and mischievous performance art. Now a major motion picture starring Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman and Christopher Walken.
Wilson, Maureen "Marzi" Introvert Doodles Humorous Suggested By:
An introvert illuminates her experiences in a book's worth of confessional, affecting, and hilarious cartoons! "Charming and irreverent" .
Wilson, Mike Right On the Edge of Crazy Non-fiction On tour with the U.S. downhill ski team. The best book ever written about ski racing.
Wilson, Robert The Explorer King Auto/Biography Clarence King, a late 19th-century scientist/adventurer who gained international attention for being a really, really good geologist. Remarkably refreshing.
Wilson, Tarn The Slow Farm Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. In the early 1970s, Tarn Wilson's father quit his job as the Brookings Institution's first computer programmer, packed his family into a converted school bus with "Suck Nixon" painted on the side, and headed for the Canadian wilderness. He planned to give his two young children an Edenic childhood, free from the shadows of war, materialism, and middle class repression.
Wilson, Tom Beautiful Scars Memoir Suggested By: Other.
$16.17 Kindle book. Steeltown Secrets, Mohawk Skywalkers, and the Road Home.
Winchester, Simon A Crack in the Edge of the World Non-fiction Exploring the disaster of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Also wrote "Krakatoa".
Winchester, Simon Atlantic Non-fiction History of the Atlantic Ocean
Winchester, Simon Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book.
Winchester, Simon Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded August 27, 1883 Non-fiction Demanding, lyrical book.
Winchester, Simon The Man Who Loved China Non-fiction An offbeat character study, not a regurgitation of the nation's history. You emerge with a clearer picture of a mysterious country.
Winchester, Simon The Professor and the Madman Non-fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.15 Kindle book. The making of the Oxford English Dictionary was one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken. As definitions were collected, the overseeing committee, led by Professor James Murray, was stunned to discover that one man, Dr. W. C. Minor, had submitted more than ten thousand. But their surprise would pale in comparison to what they were about to discover when the committee insisted on honoring him. For Dr. Minor, an American Civil War veteran, was also an inmate at an asylum for the criminally insane.
Winger, Debra Undiscovered Memoir She's 53 - in 2008, whoa!
Winn, Marie Red Tails in Love Non-fiction A wildlife drama in Central Park.
Winspear, Jacqueline Maisie Dobbs series Crime/Mystery Suggested By:
“I’m a huge Maisie Dobbs fan” - Lee Child
  • Maisie Dobbs (2003)
  • Birds of a Feather (2004)
  • Pardonable Lies (2005)
  • Messenger of Truth (2006)
  • An Incomplete Revenge (2008)
  • Among the Mad (2009)
  • The Mapping of Love and Death (2010)
  • A Lesson in Secrets (2011)
  • Elegy for Eddie (2012)
  • Leaving Everything Most Loved (2013)
  • A Dangerous Place (2015)
Winston, Lolly Good Grief Fiction Story of Sophie Stanton, widow. Life gets worse before it gets better, but gradually with the help of family and friends, Sophie begins to heal. Written with tenderness, humor, empathy so that Sophie and the reader get intimate.
Winters, Ben H. The Last Policeman Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Edgar award winner. It follows a police detective in New Hampshire as he investigates a suicide he believes was really a murder. His efforts are complicated by the social, political and economic effects of preparations for, and anticipation of, an asteroid impact six months in the future. Winters describes the work as an "existential detective novel", turning on the question of why people do things in spite of their long-term unimportance.
  • The Last Policeman
  • Countdown City
  • World of Trouble
Winters, Jill The Unspinnable Big Clock Scandal Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
$1.99 Kindle book.
Winterson, Jeanette Oranges are not the Only Fruit GLBT Adopted daughter of evangelical Christians finds a girlfriend. Oops.
Winterson, Jeanette Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? Memoir Riveting portrait of the author’s harrowing youth in working-class England. A book full of stories: about a girl locked out of her home, sitting on the doorstep all night; about a religious zealot disguised as a mother who has two sets of false teeth and a revolver in the dresser, waiting for Armageddon; about growing up in a north England industrial town.
Wiseman, Richard The Luck Factor Non-fiction While many believe luck is a mystical force influenced by superstitious rituals, Wiseman, psychology chair at the University of Herfordshire in England, claims lucky people simply possess four basic psychological traits unlucky people don't: the ability to maximize chance opportunities, to listen to "gut feelings," to expect good fortune and to see the bright side of bad luck.
Wiseman, Rosalind Queen Bees & Wannabes Non-fiction The book which inspired Tina Fey's "Mean Girls" movie.
Witherspoon, Kimberly and Andrew Friedman Don't Try This at Home: Culinary Catastrophes From the World's Greatest Chefs Non-fiction Wonderfully entertaining stories of various chefs' own bleak moments in food preparation - and there are doozies!
Withey, Michael Mastering Logical Fallacies Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$5.37 Kindle book. The definitive guide to flawless rhetoric and bulletproof logic.
Witt, L. A. Conduct Unbecoming GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. First class petty officer Eric Randall is less than thrilled about taking orders to Okinawa. Three long, lonely years on a crappy island that's thousands of miles from his daughter? Oh. Yeah. Sign him up. But as long as he's stuck here, he might as well make the best of it, so he discreetly checks out the local gay scene, where he meets Shane Connelly.
Witt, L. A. Not Safe For Work GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Bored senseless in a meeting, Jon McNeill amuses himself with a kinky dating app on his phone. Then the app matches him with another user…who's six feet away. Suddenly Jon finds himself on the same page as someone who's way above his pay grade: Millionaire property developer Rick Pierce.
Witt, L.A. For the Living GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. For the last year, Jay Warren has struggled to find the nerve to tell his wife he's gay. Every time he gets the chance, though, he freezes up. He's ashamed of hiding it all this time and he doesn't want to hurt her, and the guilt has been almost unbearable.
Wizenberg, Molly A Homemade Life Memoir Author of the Orangette blog. Inventive recipes throughout. A mouthwatering memoir about not all that much.
Wizenberg, Molly Delancy Memoir Popular food blogger serves up crave-worthy memoir that is part love story, part restaurant industry tale.
Wodehouse, PG Various Fiction Fun stories of the English Idle Rich.
Wohlforth, Charles The Whale and the Supercomputer: On the Northern Front of Climate Change Science/Nature Wohlforth has traveled with both scientists and Eskimos to see how each group studies the environment. Inupiat Eskimos are keenly aware of atmospheric changes causing thinning icde and increased fog during whaling season.
Wolf, Joan Dark Ages of Britain Series Fantasy
  • The Road to Avalon (1988) (gave my copy to library)
  • Born of the Sun (1989)
  • The Edge of Light (1990)
Wolitzer, Hilma An Available Man Fiction Suggested By:
Still mourning his wife's death, science teacher Edward returns to the dating scene at 62 -- and finds a surprising second chance at love.
Wolitzer, Meg The Position Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.14 Kindle book. In 1975, Paul and Roz Mellow write a bestselling Joy of Sex-type book that mortifies their four school-aged children and ultimately changes the shape of the family forever. Thirty years later, as the now dispersed family members argue over whether to reissue the book, we follow the complicated lives of each of the grown children and their conflicts in love, work, marriage, parenting, and, of course, sex--all shadowed by the indelible specter of their highly sexualized parents.
Wolitzer, Meg The Wife Fiction Frothy comic novel; hilarious gripes about marriage.
Wood, Naomi Mrs. Hemingway Fiction Suggested By:
This New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice chronicles the lives of the four women who loved and married Ernest Hemingway — and the illicit affairs that wrecked them. “I could not put it down until the last page” (bestselling author Jojo Moyes).
Wood, Trish What Was Asked of Us Non-fiction Oral history of the Iraq war. Sniper Garett Repenhagen put it this way: "At the end of the day, you feel more like a murderer than a soldier." Power and unflinchingly honest, Woods' book deserves to be a best seller.
Woodrell, Daniel The Maid's Version Fiction An old Ozark woman's recollection of a deadly dance-hall explosion in 1929 and the long hidden truth's her tale uncovers.
Woods, Roslyn Romancing the Brush Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. An Austin, Texas Art Mystery Michelle Hodge Series book 3. Thirty-year-old Shell Hodge seems to have it all: a great life with Dean, the man of her dreams, and an art career that is taking off. But when one of the partners in her gallery is murdered, Shell's life goes into a tailspin. She is thrown into a fearful state as memories of her parents' deaths surface, and she finds herself worrying about her relationship with Dean while she puzzles over the murder.
Woods, Stuart The Short Forever Crime/Mystery Crime mystery in upper-crust London.
Woods, T.E. The Unforgivable Fix Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The Justice Series book 3. Detective Mort Grant of the Seattle PD has finally decided to sell. The home where he and his late wife raised two kids feels too large and too full of old memories. His son is married and raising a family of his own, and despite desperate efforts to find her, Mort has lost touch with his wayward daughter. That is, until the day she walks back into her childhood home and begs for his help.
Woodward, A.E. Imperfectly Perfect Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Book 1 of 3. Emma, Tyler and Shane have been best friends since they were kids. Along with their college addition, Rob, the four friends have an exciting life in NYC. In fact, Emma Sloan appears to have it all.
Work Projects Administration Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. From Interviews with Former Slaves Georgia Narratives, Part 1.
Works Projects Administraion Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Classic Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. From Interviews with Former Slaves Maryland Narratives.
Works Projects Administration Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Classic Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. From Interviews with Former Slaves Arkansas Narratives, Part 1.
Worth, Jennifer Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East End Memoir Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. The Midwife Trilogy Book 3.
Wren, M.K. A Gift Upon the Shore Post-Apocalyptic Unsparing but ultimately hopeful, this elegiac novel, set in the near future, traces the first generations to survive nuclear war and ensuing plagues. Writer Mary Hope and Rachel Morrow, a painter, eke out a meager existence at a farm on the Oregon coast. As they struggle through the Long Winter following the End, as the nuclear disaster is simply called, their desolation is succeeded by a determination to collect and preserve for a new civilization the great books of Western culture.
Wright, Chely Like Me Memoir Confessions of a Heartland Country Singer. And she's gay.
Wright, Dr. William A Doctor on the Inside (set) Memoir Suggested By:
Maximum Insecurity chronicles Wright's true-life metamorphosis from suburban ear surgeon to life as the sole physician at Colorado's maximum-security prison. Jailhouse Doc follows Wright's transition from prison medicine to running the clinic at the county jail.
Wright, Evan Generation Kill Memoir Rolling Stone contributing editor spent two months with an elite Marine unit that barreled into Iraq in March 2003, leading the way for US forces rolling into Baghdad.
Wright, iO Tillett Darling Days Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Raised on Manhattan's Lower East Side in a dilapidated, roach-infested building crowded with junkies and artists, iO's childhood was a blend of gut-wrenching poverty and cultural abundance.
Wright, Lawrence Going Clear Non-fiction Scientology, Hollywood, & the Prison of Belief. Wright interviewed roughly 200 current and former Scientologists for the book.
Wright, Lawrence Thirteen Days in September Non-fiction Elucidates the issues that continue to plague the Middle East. Brilliant penetrating scholarship.
Wright, Rebecca Adams The Things About Great White Sharks Short Stories Heartbreaking and hilarious far out book of stories that spans past, present, and future, as characters deal with sharks, aliens, and robots.
Wright, Richardson The Gardener's Bed-Book Non-fiction Short and long pieces to be read in bed. His style and vocabulary may sound a bit forman and stilted to our 21st centure ears, but remembering that Wright was born in 1887 puts that all in perspective.
Writing Souls' Travel Guides Japan: 25 Traditional Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert, Snacks Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Wroblewski, David The Story of Edgar Sawtelle Fiction Suggested By:
Born mute, Edgar must leave his idyllic Wisconsin farm after tragedy strikes. Accompanied by three dogs, he comes of age while fighting for survival in the wilderness. This New York Times bestseller and Oprah's Book Club pick is "wonderful, mysterious, long, and satisfying" (Stephen King).
Wylde, Anya Love Muffin and Chai Latte Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Love Muffin and Chai Latte follows the journey of Tabitha Lee Timmons as she deals with financial stress, loony relatives, some crooks, an unhappy bride to be, a grumpy old man and two heartbreakingly handsome men.
Wyss, Johann David The Swiss Family Robinson Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. Adventures on a Desert Island.
Yahg, Kao Kalia The Latehomecomer Memoir Meet the Yangs, a Hmong family. They found asylum in MN, but lived on welfare. The toll their circumstances takes on readers is lightened by Yang's tranquil descriptions of the cultural divide.
Yakabe, C. R. Battle Scars: A reluctant warrior in Iraq Memoir Suggested By: Friend.
Erick A's friend from softball.
Yankee Magazine Living Well On A Shoestring Non-fiction 1501 ingenious ways!
Yankovic, "Weird Al" Weird Al: The Book Memoir Lushly photographed lyric book. Huh. Is that a memoir or not?
Yates, Richard The Easter Parade Fiction Two sisters struggle with life, love, and the pursuit of happiness in two very different ways. The heartbreak of it all is where the true value of this powerful novel lies.
Yoon, Nicola Everything, Everything Youth Don't let "sick teen" fatigue keep you from this fresh moving debut.
Yoon, Nicola The Sun is Also a Star Youth Suggested By:
Natasha: I'm a girl who believes in science and facts. Not fate. Not destiny. Or dreams that will never come true. I'm definitely not the kind of girl who meets a cute boy on a crowded New York City street and falls in love with him. Not when my family is twelve hours away from being deported to Jamaica.
Young, Alfred F. Masquerade Non-fiction Deborah Sampson posed as a male soldier during the Revolutionary War for nearly two years before being discovered. She fought for nearly 40 years to get her general service pension (she eventually succeeded). Occasionally lapses into dry academic-ese, but he's done some ace detective work on an obscure figure who became a feminist icon.
Young, Audrey M.D. What Patients Taught Me Memoir Keenly observed account of her first four years of medical training. This is one physician who appreaciates the emotional complexity of her work and isn't afraid to admist that healing is, above all, 'a human act.'
Young, Moira Dust Lands Youth Better than the Hunger Games (looks like post-apocalyptic stuff).
Youngblood, Shay Black Girl in Paris Fiction Follows steps of Josephine Baker and dreams of becoming a writer.
Yourgrau, Barry Mess Non-fiction Performance artist and hoarder Yorgrau ponders why he's unable to part with the detritus of his life. An absorbing look at a mysterious compulsion.
Zacks, Richard The Pirate Coast Non-fiction A thrilling, better-than-fiction history of the covert mission to rescue American sailors taken into slavery in Tripoli in 1801. Plenty of swords and swashbuckling.
Zafiro, Frank and Colin Conway Some Degree of Murder Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. A young woman has been murdered in River City. Police Detective John Tower is assigned to the case but there are few clues to go on. As he digs into the case, he's soon picking up hints that this murder may not be the killer's first ... or his last.
Zailckas, Koren Smashed Story of a Drunken Girlhood Memoir Focuses on how sadly common drunken teens are.
Zelazny, Roger Damnation Alley Post-Apocalyptic A plague threatens to completely eradicate humanity. Hell is a murderer, and he's facing down a lifetime stuck in a tiny cell until he's offered a pardon if he can drive across the country to deliver a case of anti-serum to Boston, Massachusetts.
Zevin, Dan Dan Gets a Minivan Non-fiction Zevin is one hilarious house-husband. Like Seinfield for the stay-at-home-dad set.
Zevin, Gabrielle The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry Fiction Enchanting novel is a love letter to the world of books--an irresistible affirmation of why we read, and why we love.
Zimmer Bradley, Marion Lady of Avalon Fantasy Mists of Avalon Sequel
Zimmer Bradley, Marion Mists Of Avalon Series Fantasy
  • The Mists of Avalon (1983)
  • The Forest House (1993) (also now known as The Forests of Avalon - with Diana L. Paxson)
  • Lady of Avalon (1997) (with Diana L. Paxson)
  • Priestess of Avalon (2000) (with Diana L. Paxson)
  • Ancestors of Avalon (2004) (written by Diana L. Paxson)
  • Ravens of Avalon (2007) (written by Diana L. Paxson)
  • Sword of Avalon (2009) (written by Diana L. Paxson)
Zimmer Bradley, Marion The Forest House Fantasy Mists of Avalon Prequel
Zink, Nell Mislaid Fiction Suggested By:
Longlisted for the National Book Award. When freshman Peggy meets Lee, a charming professor, their unlikely romance sends her on a sharp, darkly funny odyssey.
Zinn, Howard People's History of the United States: 1492 to Present Non-fiction Howard Zinn infuses the often-submerged voices of blacks, women, American Indians, war resisters, and poor laborers of all nationalities into this thorough narrative that spans American history from Christopher Columbus's arrival to an afterword on the Clinton presidency.
Zoglin, Richard Comedy at the Edge Non-fiction He examines how stand-up evolved from tame one-liners to hard truths - then back to cracks about cereal. A first-rate show biz tell-all.
Zuckerman, Peter Buried In The Sky Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Mountain Climbing. The Extraordinary Story of the Sherpa Climbers on K2's Deadliest Day.
Zuckoff, Mitchell Frozen In Time Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. An Epic story of survival and a modern quest for lost heroes of World War II. On November 5, 1942, a US cargo plane slammed into the Greenland Ice Cap. Four days later, the B-17 assigned to the search-and-rescue mission became lost in a blinding storm and also crashed. Miraculously, all nine men on board survived, and the US military launched a daring rescue operation. But after picking up one man, the Grumman Duck amphibious plane flew into a severe storm and vanished.
Zuckoff, Mitchell Lost in Shangri-La Non-fiction Grippingly cinematic account of three GIs in a lush, inaccessible region populated by hostile tribes stuck in the stone age.
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