Best Books for Adults 2021

100 Books Found

  • Act Your Age, Eve Brown: A Novel

    Jacob likes things in life to be neat and orderly. But everything is turned upside down when Eve Brown blows into his life like a sparkly tornado. This steamy opposites-attract romance will have you laughing out loud and begging for more. Third in a series but it stands alone.
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  • Afterparties: Stories

    Seamlessly transitioning between the absurd and the tenderhearted, this book offers a portrait of Cambodian-American lives. Children of refugees shoulder the inherited weight of the Khmer Rouge genocide and grapple with the complexities of race, sexuality, friendship, and family.
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  • All Her Little Secrets: A Novel

    Ellice has safely guarded her secrets for years, but when she discovers her boss dead in his office, all of them begin to unravel.
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  • Asadora!, Vol. 1

    How does a typhoon in 1959 Nagoya lead to a gigantic monster making Tokyoites flee for their lives in 2020? One thing is certain: our lovable protagonist Asa is going to be at the heart of it all!
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  • Ballad for Sophie

    Illustrated by Juan Cavia | Translated from the Portuguese by Gabriela Soares | The curtains of a famous pianist's life are pulled back by a determined reporter to uncover secrets, betrayal, highs and lows, and finally a shared passion for music.
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  • Barbalien: Red Planet

    Art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta | In this Black Hammer spinoff, Barbalien examines Mark Markz in his early days on Earth as a police officer and superhero. Mark has a secret that leads to an internal battle while facing the costs of police brutality during the AIDS epidemic.
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  • The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History

    Art, colors, and letters by Marcus Kwame Anderson | Many know the name, not so many the story. Vibrant colors and realistic drawings invite readers to learn about key figures, important events, and the tragic downfall and enduring legacy of the Black Panther Party.
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  • Bolla: A Novel

    Translated from the Finnish by David Hackston | A young married Albanian man studying in Kosovo in 1995 meets and falls in love with a young Serbian man on the eve of the outbreak of war and begins down a dark path.
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  • The Book of Accidents: A Novel

    Wendig offers a puzzle of a novel packed with dynamic characters and haunted spaces that poses the question of how to deal with inherited pain and unresolved emotional damage through relationships that are both beautiful and real. Visceral, sensory, and delightfully unsettling.
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  • The Breaks: An Essay

    A profound meditation on race, inheritance, and queer mothering at the end of the world. In a letter to her daughter, Singh writes toward a tender vision of the world, offering the radical embrace of possibility by children as a model for how we might live.
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  • Bullet Train: A Novel

    Translated from the Japanese by Sam Malissa | A highly stylized assassin narrative—think Murder on the Orient Express but written by Quentin Tarantino.
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  • The Burning Girls: A Novel

    A murder in a small English village? How cliché. Not in this vicarage full of martyrs, exorcists, and skeletons.
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  • The Chosen and the Beautiful

    In this retelling of The Great Gatsby, character Jordan Baker is reimagined as a queer Vietnamese adoptee treated as an exotic attraction by her peers and blocked from opening certain doors to society and power.
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  • Clark and Division: A Novel

    After leaving an internment camp, Aki seeks the answers to her sister's untimely death in Chicago.
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  • The Code Breaker

    A portrait of the Nobel Prize–winning scientist explores how her team's invention of CRISPR technology enabled revolutionary DNA-editing approaches to fighting disease. Full Title: The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race.
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  • Crude: A Memoir

    Drawing and color by Damien Roudeau | Translated from the Spanish by Hannah Chute | This book illustrates the struggles of a group of indigenous Ecuadoreans as they try to sue the Texaco/Chevron company for damage their oil fields did to the Amazon and her people.
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  • Crying in H Mart: A Memoir

    This exquisite story of family, food, music, grief, and endurance is an unflinching, powerful memoir of growing up Korean American, losing a mother, and forging your own identity.
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  • Cyclopedia Exotica

    This light-hearted and funny comic strip follows a group of people with just one eye, rather than the "normal" two. Their daily frustrations mirror all kinds of inequality that people experience.
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  • The Dangers of Smoking in Bed: Stories

    Translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell | A heady mix of the surreal, the supernatural, and the horrific, this story collection blurs the lines between reality and our scariest fears. Each story squeezes a world of conflicts, desires, and revelations into just a few pages.
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  • The Death of Jane Lawrence: A Novel

    A gothic tale of hauntings, bloodcurdling medical procedures, graphic body horror, and mind-bending magic. Jane wants a marriage of convenience so she can retain her independence. She finds a reclusive doctor who will marry her as long as she never sets foot in his manor.
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  • The Department of Truth, Volume One: The End of the World

    Art by Martin Simmonds | In a world where conspiracy theories reshape the universe, Cole finds himself working for an organization responsible for keeping reality in check. But the more he digs, the more questions arise. What is the Department of Truth hiding?
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  • Detransition, Baby: A Novel

    A novel about three individuals—transgender and cisgender—whose lives collide after an unexpected pregnancy forces them to confront the complexity of parenthood, the drive for belonging, and the difficult decisions that surround creating a family.
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  • Doppelgangbanger: Poems

    Charleston explores masculinity, race, and community in this explosive and melodic collection.
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  • The Duchess Hunt

    The remote Duke of Kingsland leaves it to his efficient private secretary, Miss Pettypeace, to find him a suitable wife. However, there's much more to her than meets the eye. You’ll find secrets, lies and long simmering desire in this Victorian-era romance with a twist.
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  • Duke, Actually: A Novel

    Take one very attractive, roguish royal seeking a life change and add a newly divorcing college professor seeking tenure—plus one adorable terrier and a sprinkle of magical, snowy New York City—and you’ve got a delightfully charming holiday romance!
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  • The Echo Wife

    Dr. Caldwell finds herself in the midst of a murder cover-up with an unexpected accomplice. Cloning has never hit so close to home.
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  • Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty

    A portrait of three generations of the Sackler family, who built their fortune on the sale of Valium and later sponsored the creation and marketing of one of the most commonly prescribed and addictive painkillers of the opioid crisis.
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  • Extremely Lightweight Guns: Poems

    In this surreal and singular collection, Moustaki writes about terrorism, an aging dressmaker, and post-apocalyptic chickens with equal urgency and inspiration.
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  • 56 Days: A Thriller

    A suspenseful locked-room thriller... pandemic-style.
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  • Finlay Donovan Is Killing It: A Mystery

    Single mother and writer by day, hired hit woman by night?
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  • Flowers for the Sea

    This is a quick and to-the-point high-fantasy cosmic horror novella. It’s got everything: unnatural phenomena, dangerous creatures, and the unending horror of trying to exist in a society that's constantly trying to bend you to its will.
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  • For Justice: The Serge & Beate Klarsfeld Story

    Art by Sylvain Dorange | "The slap felt round the world" leads this unrelenting couple across the world to seek justice for atrocities committed during the Holocaust and to uncover criminals hiding in plain sight.
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  • frank: sonnets

    In this modern beat poetry book, the sonnet form interrogates itself as part of a visceral and brilliant stream-of-consciousness narrative.
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  • Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law

    An irresistible dive into the curious science of human-wildlife conflict, a discipline at the crossroads of human behavior and wildlife biology.
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  • The Gentle Art of Fortune Hunting

    Grumpy, reclusive baronet Sir John doesn’t trust Robin, the handsome charming man courting his heiress niece. As he sets out to prove Robin to be a greedy fortune hunter, things take a sharp left turn for them both. A surprising, satisfying, and steamy Regency charmer.
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  • Hao: Stories

    In this debut short story collection, Chinese women in both China and the United States search for words to define hardship and loss, and also deep love, as they cross the alien landscapes of migration and motherhood.
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  • Hell of a Book: A Novel

    A postmodern satire that interweaves three characters' stories: an author on book tour who has only just learned that he's Black, a very dark-skinned young boy named Soot whose father was killed by police, and The Kid, who may or may not be a figment of the author's imagination.
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  • Hostage

    Get ready for the flight of your life.
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  • How the Word Is Passed

    A deeply researched study of the legacy of slavery and its imprint on centuries of history, this book illustrates how some of America's most essential stories are hidden in plain view. Full Title: How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America.
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  • Hummingbird Salamander

    Sent taxidermied specimens of two endangered species, a software manager becomes the target of the ecoterrorists and wildlife traffickers behind a catastrophic global conspiracy—a dark, propulsive eco-fiction thriller.
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  • I Will Die in a Foreign Land: A Novel

    Via a chorus of voices infused with folklore, this novel follows four individuals during a volatile Ukrainian winter, as their lives become intertwined and are forever changed by the protests triggered by their president's alignment with Russia instead of the EU in 2013.
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  • If God Is a Virus: Poems

    Doctor-poet Seema Yasmin crafts a provocative chorus of experiences and observations in the medical field while investigating an Ebola outbreak.
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  • In the Shadow of the Empress

    The thrilling family saga of Maria Theresa, a sovereign of uncommon strength and vision, and three of her remarkable daughters, including Marie Antoinette. Full Title: In the Shadow of the Empress: The Defiant Lives of Maria Theresa, Mother of Marie Antoinette, and Her Daughters.
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  • Infinite Country: A Novel

    Moving their family to what they believe will be a safer but temporary home in Houston, two young parents are forced to choose between undocumented status in America and returning to the violence of war-torn Bogatá.
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  • The Intimacy Experiment

    Naomi Grant, cofounder of a successful sex-positive company, and Ethan Cohen, a rabbi, come together to teach Modern Intimacy to a struggling Shul. In the process of teaching intimacy they challenge each other and discover something electric. Companion to The Roommate.
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  • The invitation

    Stella, an unemployed parfumier, crashes a wedding at The New York Public Library and meets Hudson Rothchild, a wealthy venture capitalist and single dad. It’s a meeting that changes everything for both of them. An epic meet-cute with intense chemistry.
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  • The Jasmine Throne

    Set in a world inspired by Indian history, this sweeping epic fantasy features a captive princess and a servant in possession of forbidden magic who become unlikely allies—and, eventually, much more than allies—on a dark journey to save their empire.
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  • The Jigsaw Man: A Novel

    Detective Inspector Angelica Henley and a serial killer play a classic but gory game of cat and mouse.
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  • The Last Watch

    The Expanse meets Game of Thrones. A fast-paced sci-fi adventure where a handful of soldiers stand between humanity and annihilation.
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  • Light from Uncommon Stars

    To reclaim her damned soul, a gifted but cursed violinist must take on seven students and try to entice each to trade their soul for fame while a starship captain races to stop the end of existence.
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  • The Lighthouse Witches: A Novel

    An artist and single mother is commissioned to paint a mural on a 100-year-old lighthouse on a remote Scottish island. After she and two of her three daughters go missing, the daughter left behind spends 20 years searching for them. Atmospheric and creepy.
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  • A Lot Like Adiós

    In this sultry second-chance romance, former friends Gabriel and Michelle are reunited when Gabe comes back to New York and needs Mich’s help. The hurt is still there but so is the scorching chemistry—and it cannot be denied. Standalone second book in the Primas of Power series.
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  • Mama Phife Represents: A Verse Memoir

    Writer and activist Boyce-Taylor spills her heartbreak, pain, celebration, and pride onto the page after the untimely death of her son Malik, known as Phife Dawg.
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  • A Master of Djinn

    Cairo, 1912: In a new world where the Egyptian Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments, and Supernatural Entities maintains an uneasy peace, the Ministry’s youngest agent, Fatima, must stop an imposter who threatens to tear apart the very fabric of this new Egyptian society.
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  • Matrix: A Novel

    Based on the real-life 12th-century poet Marie de France, this novel imagines a medieval English abbey that she transformed from famine to fortress, creating an insular world where women shaped their own destiny.
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  • Mirrorland: A Novel

    Something dark lingers in the house on 36 Westeryk Road. When Cat returns home after her twin's disappearance, the answer may lie in Mirrorland.
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  • Mona

    Translated from the Spanish by Adam Morris | A young Latin American author, newly successful, escapes a downward spiral of drug-taking and erotic detours in California only to find a fresh hell at an ultra-hip literary conference in Sweden.
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  • My Broken Language: A Memoir

    A Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright shares her lyrical coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of her devastated barrio home and the idiosyncratic, troubled, and fiercely loving Puerto Rican family that inspired her literary voice.
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  • My Monticello: Fiction

    A novella and short stories in which characters grapple with race and class in America. A woman descended from Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings is driven from her neighborhood by a white militia. A professor studying racism conducts a secret social experiment on his own son.
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  • Neon Gods

    Ever read the Hades and Persephone myth and think, “Know what, this needs a sex dungeon”? Have we got a book for you! Buckle up for a fast-paced, moody, erotic romance.
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  • Never Have I Ever: Stories

    The horror in these stories isn't always drawn from a “supernatural other.” Instead, through Philippine folklore, they explore a world where the supernatural is an accepted element of everyday life and the horror is mined from the realities of existing.
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  • Never Saw Me Coming: A Novel

    Welcome to John Adams University, an average college. Average, that is, except for its secret clinical study of seven psychopaths. But that seven is shrinking! Can the remaining subjects find the killer before there's nobody left to study?
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  • No Gods, No Monsters: A Novel

    As creatures from myth and legend come out of the shadows, seeking safety through visibility, their emergence sets off a chain of seemingly unrelated events.
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  • Northern Spy: A Novel

    Tessa goes to extreme lengths to protect her family in Northern Ireland, where the threat of the Troubles lives on.
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  • Oh You Robot Saints!

    Oh You Robot Saints! investigates the deeply human need to make and unmake, to pit nature against time. This collection is an irreverent jaunt through churches, factories, and dressing rooms.
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  • Out of Character

    Cosplay and collectibles bring former friends Jasper and Milo back together again in this tender, sweet romance. Companion to Conventionally Yours.
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  • Payback’s a Witch: A Novel

    Conflicted witch Emmy returns home to Thistle Grove to oversee the town’s magical tournament. While there, she runs into the jagbag who caused her to leave and the woman she always had a crush on. A witty, fun romance with all the autumnal witchy vibes you could ask for.
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  • People We Meet on Vacation: A Novel

    Best friends Poppy and Alex take a yearly summer trip. But on their tenth trip, something happens and they stop speaking. Two years later, Poppy reaches out to Alex and proposes one more trip together—a chance to fix what went wrong.
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  • The Perseverance: Poems

    A stunning examination of a d/Deaf experience alongside meditations on loss, grief, education, and language, both spoken and signed. With a global scope and a deep intimacy, Antrobus draws on family and historical figures to create a chorus of voices.
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  • Popular Longing

    These poems are as witty as they are wise. Shapero dismantles the mundane violence of everyday life with aplomb. If you can't shake the absurdity of contemporary society, Popular Longing will feel like home.
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  • Project Hail Mary: A Novel

    The sole survivor of a desperate, last-chance mission to save both humanity and the earth, Ryland Grace is hurtled into the depths of space, where he must conquer an extinction-level threat to our species.
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  • Razorblade Tears: A Novel

    Two fathers try to earn their sons' forgiveness by avenging their deaths.
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  • The Reading List: A Novel

    Working at the local library, Aleisha reads every book on a secret list she finds—an experience which transports her from the painful realities she's facing at home—then decides to pass on the list to a lonely widower desperate to connect with his bookworm granddaughter.
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  • Red X: A Novel

    In this diverse and winding novel infused with Scottish and English folklore, real life and otherworldly terrors are used to examine the oftentimes fraught relationship between queerness and horror.
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  • Remote Control

    An alien artifact turns a young girl into Death's adopted daughter in this thrilling sci-fi tale of community and female empowerment.
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  • Revelator: A Novel

    This is a haunting and heady horror drama about a 1930s bootlegger who wants to shield 10-year-old Sunny from her family’s strange history and dark secrets. A true slow-burn Southern gothic story with some cosmic horror thrown in.
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  • The Rock Eaters: Stories

    Threaded with magic and transcending time and place, these stories use strange and speculative elements to explore what it means to cross borders and break down walls, personally and politically.
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  • Rock Paper Scissors: A Novel

    Two Wrights make for one wrong anniversary getaway in this twisted psychological drama.
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  • Roommate

    Take one gay baker, one repressed farmer/artist, add in a sprinkle of sourdough, one king-sized bed, and years of longing, bake at 350°, and you’ll get the steamy and scintillating Roommate. You will definitely crave pretzels while reading this.
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  • The Route of Ice & Salt

    Translated from the Spanish by David Bowles | An old-school gothic novella that expands on the story of Dracula's passage, in his coffin, from Transylvania to England on the ship Demeter, as told through the lens of the captain of the ship—here depicted as a gay man.
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  • Ruby Red Herring: An Avery Ayers Antique Mystery

    Rare artifacts, stolen gems, and attempted murders—taking over the family business is proving more difficult than Avery Ayers bargained for.
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  • Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness

    A piercing exploration of loneliness and the ways in which we attempt to feel closer to one another. Radtke looks at the very real crisis of loneliness through the lenses of gender, violence, technology, and art.
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  • Seven Days in June: A Novel

    Fifteen years ago, as teens, authors Eva and Shane shared one crazy week together and fell madly in love—then never saw each other again. When a twist of fate puts them back in the same room, they must confront their pasts and their undeniable attraction to each other.
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  • Shadow Life

    Art by Ann Xu | Rebellious 76-year-old Kumiko escapes from a senior home to live happily on her own. But Death's shadow is stalking her every step. Can quick-witted Kumiko hold on to her independence... and her life?
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  • She Who Became the Sun: A Novel

    When the Zhu family’s eighth-born son, Zhu Chongban, given the fate of greatness, dies during a brutal attack, his sister, escaping her own fated death, uses her brother’s identity to claim another future altogether—her brother’s abandoned greatness.
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  • Sorrowland: A Novel

    In this slow-burn novel, Vern is a survivor, a runaway, an action hero, a keeper of dire secrets she doesn’t quite understand herself, a fierce mother, and one of the most memorable and resilient characters we’ve come across in a long time.
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  • The Tangleroot Palace: Stories

    This dark short story collection takes us into the heart of the tangled woods, a place rife with unexpected detours, dangerous magic, and even more dangerous women.
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  • Thirsty Mermaids

    In this hilarious fish-out-of-water tale, three feisty mermaids struggle to adapt to human life on land as they make new friends and try to stay out of trouble.
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  • This Thing Between Us: A Novel

    This book is a heartbreaking exploration of the horrors of grief, technology, and intergenerational curses. Moreno weaves the beauty, power, and supernaturalism of Mexican culture into a spellbinding psychological horror.
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  • Transversal: Poems

    Transversal is a playground of Spanish, English, and Spanglish. Urayoán Noel deftly switches language and form to examine the world after Hurricane María and during a global pandemic.
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  • The Unbroken

    A military fantasy set in a crumbling desert empire filled with espionage, rebellion, and assassinations.
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  • Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy

    Consistently original over 18 stories, Piper's horror collection delivers a Twilight Zone of strange, funny, and—yes—unfortunate endings to her characters. These stories contain something for everyone who likes over-the-top shocks, as well as some truly tear-inducing passages.
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  • Velvet Was the Night

    In 1970s Mexico City, a secretary with a penchant for romance novels searches for her missing neighbor, a beautiful art student—a hunt which leads her to an eccentric gangster who longs to escape his own life. Together, they set out to discover the dangerous truth.
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  • Waiting for a Scot Like You: The Union of the Rakes

    Depressed young Major McCameron escorts mature widow Lady Farris across England to a “sure thing” on a road trip filled with runaway carriages, a village with no dancing allowed, and an inn with just one bed. A steamy Regency romp filled with 80s-movie Easter eggs.
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  • Walking on Cowrie Shells: Stories

    Pulling from mystery, horror, realism, myth, and graphic novels, Nkweti showcases the complexity and vibrance of characters whose lives span Cameroonian and American cultures.
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  • What Noise Against the Cane

    The ocean speaks in this spellbinding epic that reframes the hero not as the plunderer but the one who is stolen.
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  • What Storm, What Thunder: A Novel

    In this unforgettable testimony to the tenacity of the human spirit, the author artfully weaves together the lives of the people—young, old, rich, poor—who are left to deal with the aftermath of an earthquake that has shaken Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
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  • When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson

    This compilation of stories that make the mundane seem terrifying is chilling and uncanny, offering tropes that will be familiar to readers of Jackson’s work (witchy women, eerie suburbia) but with unique touches that could come only from these individuals authors.
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  • White Magic: Essays

    In this collection of intertwined essays, Washuta writes about land, heartbreak, and colonization, life without the escape hatch of intoxication, and how she became a powerful witch. She interlaces stories from her Native forebears with cultural artifacts from her own life.
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  • The Wildest Ride

    Here's something you didn’t know you needed—a reality TV show featuring a rodeo! Both in the ring and on the ranch Lil and A.J. compete for a huge prize, but maybe the biggest prize will be finding each other.
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