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2016 might not be over yet, but we’re already getting psyched about 2017—mostly for all the amazing books coming out in the new year. Here are 17, which you should probably preorder immediately.
A group of friends seem like typical privileged teenagers, but beneath the surface is a dark incident that makes for a chilling portrait of growing up in the digital age. Buy the book (Jan. 10)
Two college friends are at the height of their professional careers as animators when their partnership begins to fray, exposing resentments neither one saw coming. Buy the book (Jan. 31)
A striking story of two men and their families: an abortion provider and the ardent Evangelical who kills him. Oates' latest is powerful and particularly timely. Buy the book (Feb. 7)
Quirky-funny Saunders' first novel imagines Abraham Lincoln in the aftermath of the death of his 11-year-old son...and is way stranger than your typical historical novel (there are ghosts). Buy the book (Feb. 14)
In this first novel, a single painting drastically connects the fates of two women living vastly different lives: one in World War II Vienna and the other in present day Los Angeles. Buy the book (Feb. 14)
A compelling debut novel set alternately in the present day and 1990s Gainesville, Florida, The Drifter follows a group of college friends inextricably linked by a horrific event in their past. Dun, dun, dun. Buy the book (Feb. 21)
Growing up gay in an Indian-American family in a small town, Kiran never felt like he completely belonged. This debut novel is a beautiful meditation on love, belonging and identity. Buy the book (Feb. 28)
Calling all Making a Murderer Fans. This account of the Steven Avery case is a striking critique of America’s flawed criminal justice system…and might give you a little more insight into if Avery really did it. Buy the book (Feb. 28)
Excerpts from one of our favorite writer's never-before-seen journals? And they take on everything from race and class to stifling heat? We're obsessed already. Buy the book (March 7)
The only American to have edited French Vogue (1994-2001), Buck’s long-awaited memoir promises a thrilling look behind the scenes at her wildly glamorous life. Buy the book (March 7)
When New Yorker writer Levy was 38 years old, she was married, pregnant and financially secure. A month later, she was none of those things. Her profound memoir is about picking up the pieces. Buy the book (March 14)
The American Ballet Theater's first female principal, Copeland writes with inspiring strength about rising to the top of a field in which her body type isn't typically celebrated. Buy the book (March 21)
With a title that plays off a popular self-help book, this hysterical collection of essays considers the families we’re born into and the ones we choose to join. Buy the book (April 18)
From the author of The Girl on the Train comes another psychological thriller—this time about a family in the UK that’s “drowning in secrets.” If it’s anything like its predecessor, we won’t be able to put it down. Buy the book (May 2)
Sue us: We love Danielle Steel. In this latest, a woman struggles to let her four grown children do their own thing despite knowing (or so she thinks) what's best. Buy the book (May 2)
Renowned essayist Gay always takes a refreshingly honest approach to talking about weight and self-image. Her upcoming memoir, a collection about learning to take care of yourself, is similarly vulnerable and powerful. Buy the book (June 13)
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