New Fiction at the Hopkinton Lublic Library

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Here is a list of recent acquisitions in New Fiction by the Hopkinton Public Library. Find out more about these books and lots more at their website: http://www.hopkintonlibrary.org/hopkinton

Miss New India
By Mukherjee, Bharati
Anjali Bose sets off to Bangalore and quickly falls in with an ambitious crowd of young people, who have learned how to sound American by watching shows like "Seinfeld" in order to get jobs as call-center service agents. In this high-tech city, Anjali is able to confront her past and reinvent herself.

To Be Sung Underwater
By McNeal, Tom
"To Be Sung Underwater" is the epic love story of a woman trying to remember, and the man who could not even begin to forget.

The Astral
By Christensen, Kate
From the PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author of "The Great Man" comes a scintillating novel of love, loss, and literary rivalry set in rapidly changing Brooklyn.

State of Wonder
By Patchett, Ann
Award-winning "New York Times"-bestselling author Patchett ("Bel Canto, The Magician's Assistant") returns with a provocative novel of morality and miracles, science and sacrifice set in the Amazon rainforest--a gripping adventure story and a profound look at the difficult choices we make in the name of discovery and love.

Dreams of Joy
By See, Lisa
Devastated after discovering the shocking truth about her mother and father, Joy (from the "New York Times" bestseller "Shanghai Girls") flees to China to find a new life (and her real father)--and Pearl, realizing what has happened, sets out for Mao's China, resolved to find her daughter.

Ten Thousand Saints
By Henderson, Eleanor
Henderson delivers a sweeping, multigenerational drama that reveals the tangled emotional stitching--and tearing--of births, deaths, loves and losses that shape these families.

The London Train
By Hadley, Tessa
Two lives, stretched between two cities, converge in a chance meeting that has immediate and far-reaching consequences, in this compelling, sophisticated work from an acclaimed "New Yorker" writer.

Sister: Novel
By Lupton, Rosamund
As one woman risks everything to uncover the truth about her sister's last moments, this debut novel with a knockout twist shows that nothing is as durable--and as exceptional--as the bond between sisters.

A Young Wife
By Lewis, Pam
In this sweeping saga of love, betrayal, and redemption, a young Dutch woman's search for family takes her across three continents.

Vaclav & Lena
By Tanner, Haley
Offering a new glimpse at the American immigrant experience, a stunningly gifted young novelist delivers a timeless love story set in New York's Russian migr community.