Sarah Reyes may not have much power when she's awake, but when she's a Sleeper she's almost a god.
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Courtney Alameda’s Pitch Dark takes the horrors of humanity into deep space.
The follow-up to the feminist historical fiction anthology A Tyranny of Petticoats does not disappoint.
During World War II, Kiska's family and friends were arrested because of their race, had their property confiscated, and were transported to a grim internment camp. But these are not Japanese-Americans we're talking about.
Brian and his daughter Sophie review Laura Elliott's take on the life of the third Schuyler sister, Peggy.
The main character of Gwendolyn Clare’s Ink, Iron, and Glass might be The Special, but her gift for writing worlds into existence is pretty darn enviable.
Tricia Levenseller finishes up her Daughter of the Pirate King duology with a second book that outshines the first.
Iko’s mission to stop Alpha Steele—and discover the truth about herself—comes to a close in Marissa Meyer’s Wires and Nerve, Volume 2: Gone Rogue.
When a reformed criminal and the governor's daughter are thrown together on the campaign trail, they come down with a bad case of wanting what they can't have in Katie McGarry's Say You'll Remember Me.
Irene and Kai’s surprisingly dangerous bookish adventures continue in The Lost Plot, the fourth book in Genevieve Cogman’s The Invisible Library series.