What to read, what to read, what to read...
The tale of Sleeping Beauty and fairy folklore meet in this charming new story from T. Kingfisher. You'll devour this book as quickly as a toad devours a fly, which makes it perfect for reading out loud with someone you love. Thornhedge is a fairy tale at its finest -- there's a princess, a changeling, a knight, and a curse, but nothing is as simple as it seems, "...nothing with fairies is ever simple."
This deep and dazzling novel transports you to a small fishing town on the rocky northern coast, and into the magical mind of our young narrator who believes herself to be a mermaid. Dealing with themes of loss, first love, alcoholism, PTSD, etymology, and isolation, Samantha Hunt's unique poetic voice sparkles like the sea in this tragic coming-of-age story. The perfect quick read for a dark and stormy night, only you'll be sad when it's over.
Science fiction, religious satire, and Vonnegut's signature dark, candid comedy come together to tell a story of humanity's downfall. The sudden and dramatic ending will leave you spinning. A story for the open-minded reader from one of the best American writers.
As the weather turns colder, this chilling and thrilling murder mystery will call you to your reading nook. Set in the frozen Shetland Islands, a city detective works to make sense of the small-town drama of an isolated community. An absolute page-turner -- you'll die to know how it ends.
For fans of the 80's and coming-of-age adventures. Stranger Things but with a girl gang.
If you're a writer or an aspiring artist of any sort, Gilbert's non-fiction book on creative living is an inspiration. Maybe you're feeling stuck on a project, out of ideas, or wanting to reunite with your creative self, this book will alleviate any anxieties you might have and push you to keep going.
You might have watched him on The Daily Show or listened to his new podcast, but behind his on-air persona is a wealth of wild stories from his youth in South Africa during the final years of apartheid. Trevor Noah's cleverness and wit stand out in this award-winning, poignant memoir.