Head to the front of the class with these novels that take place on campuses across the country.
A new teacher at a New England prep school ignites a gender war—with deadly consequences—in a provocative novel from the bestselling author of The Passenger and the Spellman Files series.
A brilliantly funny novel of money, sex, race, and bad behavior in the post-Obama era, featuring a wealthy Connecticut divorcée, her college-age daughter, and the professor who is seduced by them both.
When Kate Quaile meets Max Rippon in the first week of university, so begins a life-changing friendship. What Red Was is a sophisticated and conversation-starting novel of modern love, sexual violence, and toxic inheritance from a brilliant new voice.
The Vegetarian meets Heathers in this darkly funny, seductively strange novel set in the world of a small, highly selective MFA program in New England, from the acclaimed author of 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl.
Seductive, unsettling, and beautifully written, The Truants is a debut novel of literary suspense perfect for lovers of Agatha Christie and The Secret History—a thrilling exploration of deceit, first love, and the depths to which obsession can drive us.
Voted by both Bustle and Nylon as a most anticipated novel of 2019, this portrait of a young teenager’s fight toward understanding and recovering from mental illness is shockingly dark, funny, and heartfelt.