Our heads are at the beach, but we’re dreaming of Pumpkin Spice everything as we look forward to Fall!
Here are the Fall 2015 books from Macmillan that Publishers Weekly is looking forward to:
THE SORCERER OF THE WILDEEPS by Kai Ashante Wilson
Wilson brings his rich, graceful prose style to this novella of two men’s love in a fantasy world full of troubles and terrors. This is the launch title for the Tor.com novella imprint.
THE ARAB OF THE FUTURE by Riad Sattouf
Libya to France to Syria, Sattouf captures the sights, sound and even smells of his childhood in this memoir as his Arab nationalist father takes his family from one troubled landscape to another.
KILLING AND DYING by Adrian Tomine
A woman who looks like an internet porn star, a man who keeps breaking into his former home, a stuttering girl who wants to be a stand-up comic; Tomine limns the life of each of his troubled characters with understanding and precision.
THE GIVENNESS OF THINGS by Marilynne Robinson
Robinson’s essays call for a renewed sense of grace and commitment to humanism in response to the challenges of our times, and since they come from the beloved author of such novels as GILEAD and LILA, readers will pay attention.
GIVE US THE BALLOT: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America by Ari Berman
Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of passing the Voting Rights Act, Berman’s book provides a popular history of the right to vote in America, which, according to the starred PW review, is “not only easily understandable, but riveting.”