Top World Fiction for Fall

Never didactic, this slice-of-life portrait of Cuba at a crucial moment will find readers beyond Latin American enthusiasts; an unsettling and brilliant document of contemporary life—highly recommended; Nevo shows us life’s complexities in a thoroughly satisfying read

World Fiction for Fall: These 16 Important Titles Let Readers Travel Far

Filloy is splendidly enjoyable; Lebanese novelist Khoury dives down deeply; a polished portrait of royal pomp and custom for historical fans; a lush, raucous, and fabulous saga from Kurniawan; Vodolazkin’s engaging sweep is for all readers