Articles tagged "#pubday.#bookbday"

Happy #PubDay (12/10/19)

A turbulent family drama in 1957 America and a historical love story filled with secrets and heartache come together in this #pubday celebration.

THE WONDERFUL by Saskia Sarginson

“Set against a historical backdrop that will surprise many readers, Sarginson’s novel movingly captures the private and at times painful evolution of a resilient and inventive protagonist.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE GLITTERING HOUR by Iona Grey

“[T]he shifting narratives form a sweeping historical saga that captures the desires and dilemmas of the heart.”–Booklist

Happy #PubDay (12/03/19)

Astronauts exploring an otherworldly environment, the loves of our lives and the joys of reminiscing, and the US struggling to survive a world war with China–all in today’s #PubDay party.

DEAD ASTRONAUTS by Jeff VanderMeer

2 starred reviews and a December Indie Next List pick!

“Highly recommended for those interested in sf invested in ecological concerns and speculative fiction that plays with narrative form. New readers will want to read BORNE before diving in to its multi-dimensional sequel.”–Booklist, starred review

“VanderMeer is a master of literary science fiction, and this may be his best book yet.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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Series Spotlight: CHRONICLES OF THE ONE by Nora Roberts

In a post-apocalyptic world where everything we know has crumbled, a group of survivors embarks on a journey to unite them in the battle of their lives. In the conclusion to CHRONICLES OF THE ONE, Fallon Swift will use her life knowledge of magick. She has succeeded in rescuing countless shifters, elves, and humans from the Doom’s destruction of civilization, and now she must help them heal.

THE RISE OF MAGICKS: Book 3

“Roberts’ magnificent trilogy concludes with another title that perfectly balances magic, adventure, romance, and steely resolve in the battle of good vs. evil while reminding us that while the battles may save us, it’s the home, hearth, and community which sustain us. Brilliant and inspiring.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

OF BLOOD AND BONE: Book 2

A December 2018 Indie Next pick!

“Though it’s the middle book in a planned trilogy, this can be read on its own and will appeal to fans of fast-paced dystopian tales with a strong heroine.”–Publishers Weekly

YEAR ONE: Book 1

2 starred reviews and a December 2017 Indie Next pick!

“Roberts’s full step into a modern fantasy series is long overdue. Fascinating characters and a well-built dystopia combine with a riveting plot that will attract a whole new group of readers.“–Library Journal, starred review

“A fast-paced, mesmerizing, and thought-provoking novel that will no doubt add to Roberts’ legions of fans.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Happy #PubDay (11/19/19)

A man’s story written entirely in lists, an adventure-packed fantasy with magical beasts and unexpected heroes, and a unique fantasy world filled with winged lizards and dragons–all in today’s #PubDay celebration!

TWENTY-ONE TRUTHS ABOUT LOVE by Matthew Dicks

A November LibraryReads Pick and a December Indie Next List Pick!

“Often moving, sometimes shocking, always entertaining, this superbly crafted work emphasizes the incalculable variety of the novel form.”–Booklist

KNIGHT OF THE SILVER CIRCLE by Duncan M. Hamilton

“Those who appreciate suspenseful battles fought with magic, swords, and wits will enjoy this epic page-turner.”–Publishers Weekly

UPON THE FLIGHT OF THE QUEEN by Howard Andrew Jones

“This powerful epic fantasy is a heart-racing, action-packed thrill.”–Publishers Weekly

Happy #PubDay (11/12/19)

The joys and struggles of a delightful Irish village + a hilarious, feminist graphic novel = today’s #pubday party!

AN IRISH COUNTRY FAMILY by Patrick Taylor

“Chockful of charm, colorful characters, and earthy wisdom, this gentle read is the perfect antidote for whatever ails you; urge readers to pour a cup of tea and cozy up for a return visit to Taylor’s delightful corner of the fictional universe.”–Booklist

LITTLE LULU: Working Girl by John Stanley

First released in the 1940s, Lulu Moppet is back following no rules and funnier than ever.

Happy #PubDay (11/05/19)

Prophecies gone awry, a dark ode to womanhood, and a world of music & unexpected fame–all in today’s #PubDay celebration.

FATE OF THE FALLEN by Kel Kade

“Kade’s exciting disregard for convention makes for a world where everything is possible and no one is safe. This is a series to watch.”–Publishers Weekly

THE WORST KIND OF WANT by Liska Jacobs

“Jacobs’s haunting portrait of one woman’s transformative and, ultimately, tragic summer will linger with readers.”–Publishers Weekly

VERNON SUBUTEX 1 by Virginie Despentes

“This is a rollicking, brilliant send-up of masculinity, politics, and rock ’n’ roll.”–Publishers Weekly

Happy #PubDay (10/29/19)

20 years after the beloved story of Elio and Oliver, fantastical demons set free, listening to your heart, and a secret marriage–all in today’s #PubDay celebration.

FIND ME by André Aciman

2 starred reviews + one of Publishers Weekly‘s Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019!

“Aciman gifts readers with a beautiful 21st-century romance that reflects on the remembrance of things past and the courage to embrace the future.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Its treatment of the characters’ psychology is astute and insightful, but what will ultimately drive reader interest is the question of whether star-crossed lovers Elio and Oliver will reunite. One can only hope.”–Booklist, starred review

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Happy #PubDay (10/22/19)

An end to humanity as we know it + settle on a new planet + historical time-traveling + an illustrated journey through life = this week’s #PubDay celebrations.

SUPERNOVA ERA by Cixin Liu

In Publishers Weekly‘s Fall 2019 Announcements!

“Plausible but surprising twists make this a memorable what-if tale.”–Publishers Weekly

INTERFERENCE by Sue Burke

Colonists and a team from Earth confront a new and more implacable intelligence in this sequel to multi-starred, LJ Best Debut, and Lariat Award winner SEMIOSIS.

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Happy #PubDay (10/15)

Horror, crime, and spooky woods + an abduction by Boko Haram + the next part of Bailey the dog’s journey + a young historian with a changed life path = this week’s #pubday party.

SUICIDE WOODS: Stories by Benjamin Percy

A Kirkus Reviews Most Anticipated Book for Fall 2019 + in Publishers Weekly‘s Fall 2019 Announcements!

“This gripping, often unnerving collection showcases Percy’s talent as a skilled, versatile storyteller.”–Publishers Weekly

GIRL by Edna O’Brien

3 starred reviews!

“O’Brien’s bravely investigated novel of a young woman overcoming epic torture is profoundly empathic, unnervingly human, and darkly exquisite.”–Booklist, starred review

“Tough but rewarding reading.”–Library Journal, starred review

“A heartbreaking tale and a singular achievement.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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Happy #PubDay (10/08)

A YA powerhouse makes her adult debut, a book lover in Paris, horror + feminism in a collection of short stories, falling in love with Ireland, alternate universes + stolen identities, and a dilapidated mansion in nineteenth-century Hyde Park. Find it all in today’s #PubDay.

NINTH HOUSE by Leigh Bardugo

An October LibraryReads pick, Indie Next pick, PW Most Anticipated Book of Fall 2019, Kirkus Most Anticipated Fall Fiction + 4 starred reviews!

“Fantasy readers, particularly those who love ghosts, will hungrily devour this novel.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

“The worldbuilding is rock solid, the plot is propulsive, and readers will be clamoring for a sequel as soon as they read the last page.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Adults are just as enamored of Bardugo’s YA novels as teens are, and many have been anxiously and curiously awaiting this one.”–Booklist, starred review

“With an aura of both enchantment and authenticity, Bardugo’s compulsively readable novel leaves a portal ajar for equally dazzling sequels.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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