Salvaged is perfect for fans of The Expanse as it follows one protagonist dealing with her own demons and an alien parasite bent on expansion.
An emotionally charged novel that focuses on moving past the past and into a future of hope, love and acceptance.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is a witty and thought-provoking read that explores the ups and downs of life with equal parts honesty and humor, sweetness, and suspense.
Black Forest is a dream of death, a collage of vignettes and grounded, concrete observations counterpoint the dreaminess of the novel, breathing life into it.
While Unsheltered is certainly not Kingsolver’s best novel, it still delivers a heartfelt, honest tale that is a balm for tough times.
Magic for Liars is a new take on the mystery thriller genre combining magic, mean girls, suspense and noir fiction.
Neil Christopher deftly puts the stories together without editorializing, allowing Inuit writers to tell their own stories about their own culture.
The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a quick, nostalgic and spooky read that tackles difficult themes with grace and humor.
Sugar Land offers a read that, while sugary sweet and amusing at times, is also frank about some of life’s timeless challenges from loss to self-acceptance.
A powerful story of two teens going through different experiences and finding acceptance and peace through each others eyes.
A survival story that, while compelling, suffers from a protagonist who is more annoying than likable.
A wonderfully rich novel with a culturally and historically rich atmosphere that taps into Mayan mythology with beauty.
An engaging, thought-provoking and compelling about two girls standing up in the face of the abuse the world has thrown their way.
Another amazing retelling by Christina Henry that takes Little Red Riding Hood to apocalyptic heights.
A slow and steady read that works to build up the characters and the Gothic nature of the story.
A brilliant and dark take on the traditional fairy tale.