A Theatre for Dreamers, Polly Samson, Algonquin Books - A Theatre for Dreamers is Polly Samson’s bestselling novel and a 2020 ‘Book of the Year’ in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail, and The Spectator.
The Summer Job, Lizzy Dent, G P. Putnam Sons - In her 30s, Elizabeth “Birdy” Finch is at loose ends and doesn’t know where to turn next. Her friend, Heather, has problems of her own, but at least she has a career as a top-notch sommelier.
Intrview: How to Mars, David Ebenbach, Tachyon Publications - In How to Mars author David Ebenbach tells the story of six scientists whose trip to Mars is complicated by an unexpected pregnancy.
Raceless, Georgina Lawton, Harper Perennial - Georgina Lawton grew up in England with white parents, a white brother and white everyone else. No one wanted to talk about why she didn’t look like the rest of them.
The Lost Manuscript, Cathy Bonidan, St. Martins Press - In THE LOST MANUSCRIPT, Anne-Lise Briard finds and reads an abandoned manuscript with a mysterious address on it.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, V. E. Schwab, Tor Book - France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever – and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets.
Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - Darren Vender was the valedictorian of his high school class, but he is satisfied with his life living with his mother in Bed-Stuy, hanging out with his girlfriend Soraya, and managing a Starbucks in a high-rise office building
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The Cold Millions, Jess Walter, Harper - Reviewers call him “a genius of the modern American moment” and his books “masterpieces.”
Glossary for the End of Days, Ian Stansel, Acre Books - Ian’s Stansel’s Glossary for the End of Days is a collection of short stories that perfectly captures the anxiety of our times and the ways in which we can lose ourselves as we try to make sense of a disordered world.