The Year of the Flood, Margaret Atwood: I loved Oryx and Crake and this is her follow-up. I also managed to find the UK edition, which has an awesome cover.
Rabbit Redux, John Updike: Part two of the Rabbit series. I liked part one (Rabbit, Run) but wanted to give myself a break before I revisited Harry Angstrom. I'm ready now.
The New York Trilogy, Paul Auster: I recently discovered how much I like Auster after The Book of Illusions and Ben from Dead End Follies told me The New York Trilogy is a must. I'm super excited about this one.
The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath: I've never read any Plath and want to change that immediately. I was hoping to find her unabridged journals, but The Bell Jar will work in the meantime.
The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thorton Wilder: This is a book I've had on my TBR list forever. It sounds really interesting and I think I'll read it for part of my classics challenge.
The Old Man and the Sea, Earnest Hemingway: I loved The Sun Also Rises and since Hemingway won the Pulitzer in 1953 with The Old Man and the Sea, I don't think I'll be disappointed. Again, I'm going to read this one for the classics challenge.
Me Talk Pretty One Day, Sedaris: A collection of essays that has gotten great reviews. This will be my first Sedaris.