Henri Koskinen is back in ‘The Moose Paradox.’ Another great thriller with statistical probabilities at its heart.
‘Marvel: Original Sin,’ a multi-member-team-up, cosmic whodunnit in which all your favorite Marvel heroes ask “Who killed The Watcher?”
Alice Éclair, Spy Extraordinaire! features cakes and trains. What’s not to love? It’s a fast-paced caper with a strong message at its center.
‘The Hastening Storm’ cements ‘The Pantheon’ as the thrilling swords and shields epic series that you absolutely have to read!
‘Children of Gods and Fighting Men’ presents a myth and history mash-up set in Dark Age Ireland. It’s a quietly excellent read.
‘Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow’ by Gabrielle Zevin is steeped in the history of gaming and delivers a story with real emotional heft.
Tom Gauld’s latest collection is a hilarious homage to the power of books and the wonder of libraries and librarians.
If Dan Brown picked up a Michael Crichton synopsis, the result might be ‘Lost in Time.’ A twist-turny, timey-wimey, somewhat silly thriller!
You don’t see many novels about actuaries. Dark comedy ‘The Rabbit Factor’ is all gangsters, statistical analysis, and an absolute blast!
Simon Fox’s ‘Running out of Time’ involves micro time-travel as a young refugee battles to gain asylum in the UK.
‘The Daves Next Door’ is a curious story that poses far more questions than a novel should. Nevertheless, it’s a very fine work of fiction.
‘Priest of Crowns’ is the final, book in Peter McLean’s “War for the Rose Throne” quartet. A thrilling finale to a most excellent series.
With ‘Upgrade,’ Blake Crouch servers up a hi-octane, gene-editing, science thriller that asks whether science can go too far.
‘Equinox’ by David Towsey is a gripping gothic horror tale set in a very peculiar universe of day and night.
‘Locklands’ by Robert Jackson Bennett is the final installment of his mind-bending, reality-altering ‘Founders’ trilogy.
‘Tell Me an Ending’ examines the idea that we are the sum of our memories. If you start taking them away, what happens to the whole?
‘The Consequence Girl’ is thrilling children’s science fiction, that poses important questions about free will and what makes a hero.
‘Locomotion’ and ‘Epic Adventures’ are two excellent picture books that bring alive the history and wonder of train travel.
‘The Book of Form and Emptiness’ by Ruth Ozeki. A moving meditation on grief, the importance of friends, and the pointlessness of “Stuff.”
Andrew Caldecott is back with ‘Momenticon,’ a surreal novel that channels fine art and ‘Alice in Wonderland.’
‘The Drowning Day’ is a dystopian vision of a flooded Britain, a personal tale about challenging assumptions and the importance of family.
‘The Pantheon’ series sees warriors from ancient history fighting on the streets of modern-day Edinburgh. It’s Battle Royal Mile!
Cory and the Myers family are back in ‘Our Child of Two Worlds.’ Another wonderful family-focused science fiction novel.
In ‘Return to Factopia’ Kate Hale treats us to another series of 400 linked facts from across the universe.
John Scalzi’s ‘Kaiju Preservation Society’ is a novel about saving huge monsters from even bigger monsters. It’s B-movie-tastic!
Nathan Schrieber’s follow-up, ‘Valence,’ brings the Science Ninjas to the subject of chemistry
Gareth L. Powell is back with another first class sci-fi novel: ‘Stars and Bones’ grips like a vice from beginning to end.
‘The Atlas Six’ is billed as “The Must-Read Fantasy of the Year” and a “TikTok sensation” but does it live up to the hype?
‘Scary Monsters’ is two novels in one book. One a dystopian future, one set in 1980s Paris. Both deal with immigration and belonging.
A. Lee Martinez ‘Constance Verity’ books are brilliant fun to read. A joyous romp that subverts just about all of the classic genre tropes!