“How Beautiful We Were is a masterful piece of storytelling with multiple storylines . . .”
“Brace yourself for a never-saw-it-coming ending.”
“For Jon Klassen fans, Bad Apple is a good follow-up book.”
After being out of print for many years, The New York Review Children’s Collection has reprinted M. B. Goffstein’s 1977 Caldecott Honor Title, Fish for Supper.
“Stella is not a lengthy book and can be read in several hours. But it packs a punch way beyond its weight.
13 Days to Die is a riveting international thriller touching on a threat that is very relevant today: a virus from China, used as a weapon to create a pandemic.
“A dark and twisted but riveting story.”
“This is a timely read for those looking to face life’s darkest truths and learn the lessons our ancestors want us to hear.”
“By all means, don’t hesitate—grab Dark Sky and don’t put it down until it’s done.”
“Readers eagerly await more from a writer whose finger is on the pulse of the 21st century.
As the world faces down a crisis of epic proportions—a pandemic not a mere epidemic—it is refreshing to lose oneself in the story of a 15-year-old girl, left largely to her own resources by her
After love went wrong in his younger years, small-town sheriff Winston Browne has led a simple bachelor’s life taking care of the people in his quaint, Gulf Coast community of Moab, Florida.
“Brightly colored illustrations typical of Indian iconography enhance each page.”
“Later is yet another example of Stephen King’s special ability to tell a story that’s both simple and compelling.”
“Wedding Station is an ideal choice for both Downing fans and newcomers to his fast-paced and intense crime novels.”
“pen and ink artwork at its finest with storytelling to match.”
“A definite must read for those who enjoy medical thrillers.”
“an engaging, wonderfully nuanced novel . . .”
“Foregone unfolds as a daring and deftly constructed film-within-a-novel about the ethical quagmire of deathbed confession. . . .
As an old saying goes: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”
“Gaps of time notwithstanding, Charlier puts forth an interesting take on an historical event.”
“grab a copy of this book and be transported back to the Roman Empire circa 55 CE . . .”
Tim Fielder’s book Infinitum tells the story of Aja Oba, an ancient African king who steals the son of his concubine and is cursed with immortality in revenge.
An undercurrent of tension wafts off the pages of this book from the start. It's subtle, but it's there. Readers know right away something is going to happen. Something bad.
“[a] thought-provoking quest to understand the meaning of evil, guilt, and survival.”