Macmillan rules the December Indie Next list with the #1 spot plus FIVE more titles!
#1 Pick: WAKE, SIREN: Ovid Resung by Nina MacLaughlin
“Provocative reinterpretations of some very old stories… Vital, vivid, and angry.“–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“The free mingling of ancient characters with elements of workaday modern life won’t please everyone, but open-minded readers should applaud the virtuosity and find much worth discovering in these memorable reinterpretations.”–Booklist, starred review
TWENTY-ONE TRUTHS ABOUT LOVE by Matthew Dicks
“Often moving, sometimes shocking, always entertaining, this superbly crafted work emphasizes the incalculable variety of the novel form.”–Booklist
“A blow-by-blow account of the Greely Expedition to the northernmost polar regions from 1881 to 1884… A graphic tale of horrific deprivation that is sure to be the benchmark account.”–Kirkus Reviews
TRACE OF EVIL: A Natalie Lockhart Novel by Alice Blanchard
“Flush with red herrings, Wiccan symbols, and disaffected teens, this book will appeal to fans of criminal investigations led by empowered women.”–Publishers Weekly
DEAD ASTRONAUTS by Jeff VanderMeer
2 starred reviews!
“Highly recommended for those interested in sf invested in ecological concerns and speculative fiction that plays with narrative form.”–Booklist, starred review
“VanderMeer is a master of literary science fiction, and this may be his best book yet.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
SECONDHAND: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale by Adam Minter
“Well written and packed with intriguing details, this is a great look at a global industry to which virtually all of us contribute, in one way or another.”–Library Journal