I finally read Severance by Ling Ma. It was…weird
I discovered Naomi Alderman when her most recent book, The Power, shook everyone
I’m often hesitant books that are heckin’ hyped, but I’m intrigued nonetheless, and Internment by Samira Ahmed drew me in
Hank Green, notorious brother of YA king John Green, has finally written a book and it’s like nothing you’ve ever read from his brother.
I had never even heard of Neal Shusterman until I started an internship at Simon & Schuster and discovered his Arc of Scythe series on our take shelf! Now, I find myself eagerly anticipating reading his next book Dry.
The sweeping trilogy that puts Gossip Girl into the future and splashes in some death comes to an end with The Towering Sky.
Space books seem to be back in the cool kids crowd. I’ve never been a huge sci-fi fan, but I do love speculative fiction and enjoy when space fiction becomes more speculative fiction than sci-fi.
The Earth is under attack thanks to rapid environmental shifts and the only answer is..beyond. The Final Six by Alexandra Monir is a teenage space race
In this speculative fiction light-dystopia, the Personhood Amendment has been passed and now abortion and IVF are illegal.
Does your bread sing when it’s cooking and smell like bananas and maybe have a magical history and a mind of its own? Oh, well the bread in Sourdough by Robin Sloan does all of that
108 predictions come to Will Dando in a dream, but what he does with them will change the world forever.
The Power, explores what we think we know about gender roles, the human body and the human condition, and imagines a world you want to read more and more about.