Binet has written both a send-up and a wildly exuberant celebration of the French intellectual tradition.
The reviews for these titles were so intriguing that we looked forward to their arrival and want to make sure that you don’t miss out on them.
Finally, a free-spirited character who says the things we are all thinking but are too scared to say out loud.
A witty, urbane, and sometimes shocking debut novel, set in a hallowed New York museum, in which a co-worker’s disappearance and a mysterious map change a life forever.
A chilling literary horror novel about a young couple haunted by their newly purchased home that oozes with palpable terror and skin-prickling dread.
Kurniawan explores themes of female agency in a violent male world dominated by petty criminals and a corrupt police state.
Only committing the perfect crime can save them.
When the Borden’s dysfunction becomes menacing and erupts into violence their daughter Lizzie is thrust into the limelight and becomes the star of of an unholy crime.
Maria, who is engaged to Khalil, finds herself questioning their status as “King and Queen of the Racially Nebulous Prom“ and begins stalking a poet she barely knows. Heartbreaking and darkly comic, New People is a bold and unfettered page-turner that challenges our every assumption about how we define one another, and ourselves.