She has no idea that the rest of her life will be spent rescuing Chinese girls and women.
Its characters and events, while sinister, are plausible: an uncomfortable mirror to our own world.
As per usual, Kepnes pulls out all the stops with bottomless cliffhangers and narrative-shaking revelations.
Dantiel W. Moniz’s debut story collection, Milk Blood Heat, pulsates with the everyday horrors of being alive.
Morgenstern’s work is a novel for the book lovers and the story fanatics. It is the reader’s paradise, filled with reading nooks, secret libraries, mysterious books, and attractive storytellers.
Stuart Turton’s debut novel, The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, is a book filled with surprises.
The book spins a vibrating tension between silken, lyrical imagery, and anxiety-inducing plot.
These stories provide incisive and cutting looks into being alone in the world and grieving lost relationships.
At the heart of the memoir are Bombardier’s negotiations with his gender presentation and identity throughout the years and the very idea of the “trans memoir.”
In Bluebeard’s First Wife, Ha explores big cities and small rural towns where ambition, familial responsibilities, and expectations of marriage coalesce to reveal hidden sides to neighbors, wives, and husbands.