THE DARK DARK by Samantha Hunt
Released: July 18, 2017

"Grab your comforter and a flashlight for this tour de force collection from one of our most inventive storytellers."
These short stories are works of dark, dark magic that skitter between worlds both recognizable and wholly new. Read full book review >
THE STARS ARE LEGION by Kameron Hurley
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 7, 2017

"Perhaps not satisfying in a conventional way; but then, it's clearly not meant to be."
A warrior without a past and her treacherous lover fight to bring their literally decaying world a new future in this thought-provoking space opera. Read full book review >

MRS. CALIBAN by Rachel Ingalls
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 28, 2017

"The love story is a delight, the social commentary sharp, the writing funny and fun—and yet the sorrow, even bitterness, at the core of this book about our perfidious species is inescapable and profound. Where is the movie?"
A lonely housewife gets a new lease on life in the strong, green arms of a sea monster. Read full book review >
THE STONE SKY by N.K.  Jemisin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 15, 2017

"Painful and powerful."
Jemisin concludes her Broken Earth trilogy (The Obelisk Gate, 2016, etc.), about a vengeful Earth whose tectonic instability can be controlled by the despised and feared orogenes. Read full book review >
DEFECTORS by Joseph Kanon
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 6, 2017

"A blend of Spy vs. Spy and sibling vs. sibling (not since le Carré's A Perfect Spy has there been a family of spooks to rival this one), Kanon reaffirms his status as one of the very best writers in the genre."
In 1949, CIA agent Frank Weeks was exposed as a Communist spy and defected to the Soviet Union. A dozen years later, his brother, Simon, a publisher, gets into deep trouble when he travels to Moscow to work on Frank's memoir. Read full book review >

WHITE TEARS by Hari Kunzru
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 14, 2017

"A well-turned and innovative tale that cannily connects old-time blues and modern-day minstrelsy."
Record collecting turns dangerous in a smart, time-bending tale about cultural appropriation. Read full book review >
RICH PEOPLE PROBLEMS by Kevin Kwan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 23, 2017

"Alamak! as they say in Singapore. Please say it isn't over! Of course everything's wrapped up perfectly and tied with a (priceless, hand-painted, 15th century) bow—but not since we were kicked out of Hogwarts and Downton Abbey have we felt so adrift."
The final installment of this bestselling saga of life among the billionaires of Singapore puts the family matriarch at death's door—which means somebody's going to inherit her exquisite estate. Read full book review >
THE ANSWERS by Catherine Lacey
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 6, 2017

"A singular novel; as unexpected as it is rich."
Startling and stunning and compulsively strange, Lacey's (The Art of the Affair, 2017, etc.) sophomore novel is a haunting investigation into the nature of love. Read full book review >