Jeannette Ng’s debut novel UNDER THE PENDULUM SUN is a stylishly told Victorian gothic that prompts many moral reflections, even as readers revel in her sumptuous descriptions of cruelty, immortality, and misdeeds.
Combining Chinese mythology and the hallmarks of YA contemporary novels, THE EPIC CRUSH OF GENIE LO is sure to be a cult classic in no time.
Mackenzi Lee’s historical YA romp THE GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE is sure to be one of the biggest books of the summer. With action, wit, and heart, this tale has something for everyone!
Stephen Graham Jones’ novella MAPPING THE INTERIOR is an extremely unsettling story about a young boy haunted by the ghosts of his family, both literally and figuratively. Compelling, searing, and well written, this story will undoubtedly be on my mind for quite some time.