Some of our favorite authors are back with brand new books — with a few of those being their first book in years. We couldn’t be more excited for new books from Zadie Smith, Lauren Groff, Richard Osman, Stephen King, V. E. Schwab and Sy Montgomery — just to name a few.
There’s something incredibly captivating about fantastical stories intertwined with history. Gaslamp fantasy books reimagine pivotal events with hints of magic and breathe new life into the past. If you’re looking for stories that do exactly that, we recommend checking out these gaslamp fantasies that will sweep you off your feet. For queer romantasies that will […]
Darkly eerie, and utterly evocative, Gallant is a gothic tale of a place where shadows meet light and death meets life. When Olivia Prior is summoned to her family’s home after a lifetime spent in an orphanage, she’s determined to understand what drove her mother, and countless other family members, to the edge. This chilling novel is best read with the lights on (or off, if you dare). Keep reading to hear from V.E. Schwab about the evolution of writing Gallant and what authors have inspired her.
Would you choose to live forever? To see the many different paths your life could have taken if one decision, one moment, one interaction was changed? Are you fascinated by vampires not because of their blood thirst, but because of their enduring survival through centuries? Books give us the chance to live multiple lives, glimpse […]
Jacqueline Holland’s first novel, The God of Endings, is a sensational story we can’t stop raving about — perfect for fans of The Historian and The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. With brilliant prose and a deep exploration of whether life is a gift or a curse, you’ll lose yourself in this suspenseful story that will linger in your heart for as long as Collette LeSange is alive. Keep reading for a Q&A with Jacqueline Holland about writing, art, and culture!