The Leading eBooks Store Online

for Kindle Fire, Apple, Android, Nook, Kobo, PC, Mac, BlackBerry...

New to eBooks.com?

Learn more
Browse our categories
  • Bestsellers - This Week
  • Foreign Language Study
  • Pets
  • Bestsellers - Last 6 months
  • Games
  • Philosophy
  • Archaeology
  • Gardening
  • Photography
  • Architecture
  • Graphic Books
  • Poetry
  • Art
  • Health & Fitness
  • Political Science
  • Biography & Autobiography
  • History
  • Psychology & Psychiatry
  • Body Mind & Spirit
  • House & Home
  • Reference
  • Business & Economics
  • Humor
  • Religion
  • Children's & Young Adult Fiction
  • Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Romance
  • Computers
  • Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Science
  • Crafts & Hobbies
  • Law
  • Science Fiction
  • Current Events
  • Literary Collections
  • Self-Help
  • Drama
  • Literary Criticism
  • Sex
  • Education
  • Literary Fiction
  • Social Science
  • The Environment
  • Mathematics
  • Sports & Recreation
  • Family & Relationships
  • Media
  • Study Aids
  • Fantasy
  • Medical
  • Technology
  • Fiction
  • Music
  • Transportation
  • Folklore & Mythology
  • Nature
  • Travel
  • Food and Wine
  • Performing Arts
  • True Crime
  • Foreign Language Books
New York Review Books

Most popular at the top

  • The Ten Thousand Thingsby Maria Dermout; Hans Koning; Hans Koning

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 14.95

    In Wild , Cheryl Strayed writes of The Ten Thousand Things : "Each of Dermoût?s sentences came at me like a soft knowing dagger, depicting a far-off land that felt to me like the blood of all the places I used to love.? And it's true, The Ten Thousand Things is at once novel of shimmering strangeness?and familiarity. It is the story of Felicia,... more...

  • The Stories of J.F. Powersby J.F. Powers; Denis Donoghue

    New York Review Books 2012; US$ 19.95

    Hailed by Frank O?Connor as one of ?the greatest living storytellers,? J. F. Powers, who died in 1999, stands with Eudora Welty, Flannery O?Connor, and Raymond Carver among the authors who have given the short story an unmistakably American cast. In three slim collections of perfectly crafted stories, published over a period of some thirty years and... more...

  • In the Heart of the Heart of the Countryby William H. Gass; Joanna Scott

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 15.95

    First published in 1968, In the Heart of the Heart of the Country established William Gass as one of America?s finest and boldest writers of fiction, and nearly fifty years later, the book still stands as a landmark of contemporary fiction. The two novellas and three short stories it contains are all set in the Midwest, and together they offer ... more...

  • Wheat That Springeth Greenby J.F. Powers; Katherine A. Powers

    New York Review Books 2012; US$ 16.95

    Wheat That Springeth Green , J. F. Powers?s beautifully realized final work, is a comic foray into the commercialized wilderness of modern American life. Its hero, Joe Hackett, is a high school track star who sets out to be a saint. But seminary life and priestly apprenticeship soon damp his ardor, and by the time he has been given a parish of his... more...

  • Tristanaby Benito Perez Galdos; Jeremy Treglown; Margaret Jull Costa

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 14.95

    An NYRB Classics Original Don Lope is a Don Juan, an aging but still effective predator on the opposite sex. He is also charming and generous, unhesitatingly contributing the better part of his fortune to pay off a friend?s debts, kindly assuming responsibility for the friend?s orphaned daughter, lovely Tristana. Don Lope takes her into his house... more...

  • The Land Breakersby John Ehle; Linda Spalding

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 17.95

    Set deep in the Appalachian wilderness between the years of 1779 and 1784, The Land Breakers is a saga like the Norse sagas or the book of Genesis, a story of first and last things, of the violence of birth and death, of inescapable sacrifice and the faltering emergence of community.  Mooney and Imy Wright, twenty-one, former indentured servants,... more...

  • Midnight in the Centuryby Victor Serge; Richard Greeman; Richard Greeman

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 16.95

    In 1933, Victor Serge was arrested by Stalin?s police, interrogated, and held in solitary confinement for more than eighty days. Released, he spent two years in exile in remote Orenburg. These experiences were the inspiration for Midnight in the Century , Serge?s searching novel about revolutionaries living in the shadow of Stalin?s betrayal of the... more...

  • Bel Riaby Sheila Burnford

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 17.95

    Sheila Burnford, the author of The Incredible Journey , offers the spellbinding tale of a small dog caught up in the Second World War, and of the extraordinary life-transforming attachments he forms with the people he encounters in the course of a perilous passage from occupied France to besieged England. Nameless, Burnford?s hero first turns... more...

  • Chinese Rhyme-Proseby Burton Watson; Lucas Klein

    New York Review Books 2015; US$ 15.95

    Selected as one of the sixty-five masterpieces for the UNESCO Collection of Representative Works The fu , or rhyme-prose, is a major poetic form in Chinese literature, most popular between the 2nd century b.c. and 6th century a.d. Unlike what is usually considered Chinese poetry, it is a hybrid of prose and rhymed verse, more expansive than... more...

  • The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragonsby Liu Hsieh; Vincent Yu-Chung Shih; Vincent Yu-Chung Shih

    New York Review Books 2015; US$ 19.95

    The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons is the first comprehensive work of literary criticism in Chinese, and one that has been considered essential reading for writers and scholars since it was written some 1,500 years ago. A vast compendium of all that was known about Chinese literature at the time, it is simultaneously a taxonomy... more...