Subtly engrossing book about the world of adults as viewed by kids.
Touches on so much, including: women in science, obsession with a project to the detriment to one’s own life, and the notion of truth.
A book about taking a good, hard look at oneself and dealing with the consequences.
Magical realism with touches of the horrific. Perfect if you’re in a weird mood.
Religious fervor run amok in 13th-century France makes for a thrilling read.