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The Time Traveler's Wife

release date: May 06, 2014
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The Time Traveler's Wife
Passionately in love, Clare and Henry vow to hold onto each other and their marriage as they struggle with the effects of Chrono-Displacement Disorder, a condition that casts Henry involuntarily into the world of time travel.

Bizarre Romance

release date: Jan 01, 2018
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Bizarre Romance
Thirteen colorfully illustrated stories about oddballs in love, infestations of angels, nefarious fairies, cats, spies, and more!

The Adventuress

release date: Sep 01, 2006
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The Adventuress
Kidnapped by a lecherous baron, an alchemist's daughter transforms herself into a moth and escapes to the garden of butterfly collector Napoleon Bonaparte, but their love affair ultimately ends in tragedy, in a gothic fantasy romance by the author of The Time Traveler's Wife.

Ghostly

release date: Oct 06, 2015
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Ghostly
"Edited by the beloved, bestselling author of The Time Traveler's Wife and Her Fearful Symmetry, this anthology features works by some of the most revered ghost story writers of both past and present. From Edgar Allen Poe to Kelly Link, M.R. James to Neil Gaiman, it comprises a whole history of the form in English from Gothic horror to the modern era. With short original commentary and illustrations by a master of the craft and beloved graphic novelist introducing each story, as well as one new tale of her own, Ghostly is a unique and haunting anthology of some of the best ghost stories of all time"--

Raven Girl

release date: May 07, 2013
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Raven Girl
Tells the tale of a half-human, half-raven girl who feels trapped without wings and the ability to fly.

Her Fearful Symmetry

release date: Oct 06, 2009
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Her Fearful Symmetry
Another brilliant, original and moving novel from the author of The Time Traveler’s Wife. Julia and Valentina Poole are normal American teenagers — normal, at least, for identical “mirror” twins who have no interest in college or jobs or possibly anything outside their cozy suburban home. But everything changes when they receive notice that an aunt whom they didn’t know existed has died and left them her amazing flat in a building by Highgate Cemetery in London. They feel that at last their own lives can begin … but they have no idea that they’ve been summoned into a tangle of fraying lives, from the OCD-suffering crossword setter who lives above them to their aunt’s mysterious and elusive lover who lives below them, and even to their aunt herself, who never got over her estrangement from the mother of the girls — her own twin — and who can’t even seem to quite leave her flat….

Her Fearful Symmetry Collector's Edition

release date: Sep 29, 2009
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Her Fearful Symmetry Collector's Edition
Four thousand copies of this signed limited Collector's Edition with a cover painting by the author and special design elements were printed in September 2009. Audrey Niffenegger's spectacularly compelling second novel opens with a letter that alters the fate of every character. Julia and Valentina Poole are semi-normal American twenty-year-olds with seemingly little interest in college or finding jobs. Their attachment to one another is intense. One morning the mailman delivers a thick envelope to their house in the suburbs of Chicago. From a London solicitor, the enclosed letter informs Valentina and Julia that their English aunt Elspeth Noblin, whom they never knew, has died of cancer and left them her London apartment. There are two conditions to this inher- itance: that they live in it for a year before they sell it and that their parents not enter it. Julia and Valentina are twins. So were the estranged Elspeth and Edie, their mother. The girls move to Elspeth's flat, which borders the vast and ornate Highgate Cemetery, where Christina Rossetti, George Eliot, Radclyffe Hall, Stella Gibbons and Karl Marx are buried. Julia and Valentina come to know the living residents of their building. There is Martin, a brilliant and charming crossword-puzzle setter suffering from crippling obsessive compulsive disorder; Marijke, Martin's devoted but trapped wife; and Robert, Elspeth's elusive lover, a scholar of the cemetery. As the girls become embroiled in the fraying lives of their aunt's neighbors, they also discover that much is still alive in Highgate, including -- perhaps -- their aunt. Author of one of the most beloved first novels in recent years, Niffenegger returns with an unnerving, unforgettable and enchanting ghost story, a novel about love and identity, secrets and sisterhood and the tenacity of life -- even after death.

The Night Bookmobile

release date: Jan 01, 2010
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The Night Bookmobile
A haunting tale both of transcendence and the passion for books which features the evocative full-colour, pen-and-ink work of one of the world's most beloved storytellers.

Awake in the Dream World

release date: Dec 03, 2015
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Awake in the Dream World
Otherworldly, provocative, and strange, Audrey Niffeneggerâe(tm)s art is a vital a part of her vision as her bestselling novels The Time Travelerâe(tm)s Wife and Her Fearful Symmetry. Awake in the Dream World is a mid-career retrospective of Nifffeneggerâe(tm)s work, reflecting her talent for cultivating a captivating narrative exclusively through pictures and her own confrontations with life, mortality, and magic. Niffenegger's fantastical body of work is reminiscent of renowned pen and ink predecessors such as Edward Gorey, Aubrey Beardsley, Egon Schiele, Edward Dulac, and Horst Janssen, but with a brutally honest and unapologetically strange female perspective that touches upon the universal trials of life - death and decay, love, jealousy, redemption, and the inevitability of change. Her works on paper, lithographs, and aquatints reflect the often surreal narratives of her artist's books. Through self-portraiture, Niffenegger reveals her own self-assurance and whimsy alongside anxiety and loneliness, probing darker corners of the human heart and mind, often exploring the hopeless struggle with what Shakespeare called 'this bloody tyrant, Time'. Essays by Audrey Niffenegger, National Museum of Women in the Arts Curator of Book Arts Krystyna Wasserman, and Art Institute of Chicago Curator and School of the Art Institute Professor Mark Pascale explore the artist's influences and work. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

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