#PubDay (3/26/19)

Romance meets Sci Fi meets a young Parisian chef in today’s #pubday celebration!

A MEMORY CALLED EMPIRE by Arkady Martine
A Library Journal Winter/Spring 2019 Best Debut!
Three Starred Reviews!

“This is both an epic and a human story, successful in the mode of Ann Leckie and Yoon Ha Lee. A confident beginning with the promise of future installments that can’t come quickly enough.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“Politics and personalities blend with an immersive setting and beautiful prose in a debut that weaves threads of identity, assimilation, technology, and culture to offer an exceedingly well-done sf political thriller.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Debut novelist Martine sets a careful course in this gorgeously crafted diplomatic space opera that strands its protagonist amid imperial politics and murder…. Readers will eagerly await the planned sequels to this impressive debut.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE COOK by Maylis de Kerangal
“Narrated with almost documentary-like precision by a devoted female friend, this portrait of self-taught chef Mauro is not just a beautifully delineated character study or inside look at a hard way to make a living but a perceptive meditation on the meaning of work itself.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Fitfully delectable… [de Kerangal] takes readers on a brilliantly realized culinary tour of the world… [A] rich novel, particularly for armchair travelers.”–Publishers Weekly

THE TROUBLE WITH COWBOYS by Victoria James
From New York Times bestseller Victoria James comes a poignant and heartfelt romance about growing up and second chances.

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