June 2018

The Perfectionists:
How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World

Simon Winchester

In a world where technology advances so rapidly it is nearly impossible to track, we let out a sigh of relief that we can unplug for a moment to enjoy The Perfectionists. Simon Winchester, New York Times bestselling author, explores the minds and the tools that brought us from the Industrial Age to the Digital Age. And what does every advance have in common? An obsessive eye for precision.

Pops: Fatherhood in Pieces

Michael Chabon

Lovers of lyrical nonfiction can now grace their shelves with this brilliant collection of essays from one of our greatest writers. Centered around the viral piece he wrote for GQ about accompanying his son to Paris Men’s Fashion Week, this book explores the magic of fatherhood. Did someone say Father’s Day?

The Outsider: A Novel

Stephen King

If you’re anything like us, you have been, at one point or another, hypnotized by Stephen King. He has been unsettling and horrifying readers for decades, and The Outsider is no exception. It starts with the discovery of a body and will sweep you away into a tale of suspense and shock unlike anything you’ve ever read. Perfect for reading under the bright summer sun.

Calypso

David Sedaris

At last, a new collection of essays from the make-you-laugh-so-hard-you-cry wunderkind David Sedaris. But if you think you know what to expect, you’re wrong. In Calypso, Sedaris turns his keen eye to mortality, and the effect is a darkly comic collection that centers around the purchase of his beach house. It’s a hilarious anti-beach read. And, you can meet David Sedaris at Parnassus Books on June 15!

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