1. "The Marriage Plot," by Jeffrey Eugenides. A love triangle between recent Ivy Leaguers.

1. "The Marriage Plot," by Jeffrey Eugenides. A love triangle between recent Ivy Leaguers.

2. "The Son of Neptune," by Rick Riordan. New battles await Percy Jackson as he returns to a Roman half-blood camp

3. "The Cat's Table," by Michael Ondaatje. A young boy's sea voyage in the early 1950s.

4. "The Art of Fielding," by Chad Harbach. The nature of relationships revolving around a gifted college baseball player.

5. "Aleph," by Paulo Coelho. A crisis of faith prompts a journey of self-discovery.

6. "Reamde," by Neal Stephenson. An ex-marijuana smuggler is at the center of a recently hacked online game.

7. "Rules of Civility," by Amor Towles. A year in the social life of three 20-somethings.

8. "The Paris Wife," by Paula McLain. A tale of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife.

9. "The Night Circus," by Erin Morgenstern. Two dueling magicians fall under love's spell.

10. "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," by Ransom Riggs. A teen stumbles upon an abandoned children's home with odd characters.

1. "Boomerang," by Michael Lewis. How the financial crisis transformed global economies.

2. "Dear Cary," by Dyan Cannon. The May-December romance between the ingenue and Cary Grant.

3. "Go the F— to Sleep," by Adam Mansbac. A comical not-for-kids picture book.

4. "The Secret Lives of Wives," by Iris Krasnow. Strategies for staying married.

5. "War of the Worldviews," by Deepak Chopra and Leonard Mlodinow. A physicist and spiritualist ponder existence.

6. "Happy Accidents," by Jane Lynch. "Glee's" Jane Lynch tells of her childhood, struggles with alcohol, sex and profession.

7. "Rin Tin Tin," by Susan Orlean. The true-life tale of the Hollywood superdog.

8. "It's So Easy and Other Lies," by Duff McKagan. A rock 'n' roll journey from the Guns N' Roses bass player.

9. "Killing Lincoln," by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. The events in 1865 leading to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

10. "Wicked Bugs," by Amy Stewart. A go-to guide to diabolical insects.