Sisters of the Winter Wood -- Rena Rossner

Staff Pick

Sisters Laya and Liba have grown up in a remote hamlet among their neighbors where life is comfortable and familiar. But their village is surrounded by an expanse of forest that may hide more than it tells. Dangers lurk beyond the tree line; some are starkly hazardous but many are hidden between dark and magical secrets that have been watching and waiting for generations. In a world where fairy tales are real, it’s up to Laya and Liba to get to the root of the evil by setting aside their differences, which may be greater than they know.




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ISBN: 9780316483254
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Published: Redhook - September 25th, 2018

The Raven Tower -- Ann Leckie

Staff Pick

“This is a tale I have heard,” - a tale told to you, both the reader and protagonist, by a god as they watch it unfold. The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie is unlike any novel I have ever read. This story is told in second person by a character who is somehow both directly involved and entirely above the events they are recounting. It is a tale of gods and politics and stories and words, and I honestly cannot remember the last time I have been so enraptured by a new world.

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ISBN: 9780316388696
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Published: Orbit - February 26th, 2019

The Very Best of Caitlin R. Kiernan -- Caitlin R. Kiernan

Staff Pick

For the past several years, Caitlin Kiernan has been writing some of the best weird stories to be published. Now you can score a nice bundle of them in this conveniently priced collection, The Very Best of Caitlin R Kiernan. All the staples are here: water, squid gods, art history, cults and creeping terror. Any fan of Carmen Maria Machado or Jeff Vandermeer could stand to check these out.

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By Caitlín R. Kiernan, Richard Kadrey (Introduction by)
ISBN: 9781616963026
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Published: Tachyon Publications - February 19th, 2019