2020 January New Releases
One of Us is Next by Karen M. McMAnus
If the multi perspective unreliable narrator thriller One of Us is Lying left you reeling, then you will be anticipating this next installment!
The Night Country by Melissa Albert follows up the dark and menacing The Hazel Wood so if you like your thrillers to have a bit of magic then this one is for you.
“An addictive thriller crossed with the darkest of fairytales, guaranteed to keep you up all night . . .”
Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin is described as a savage and compelling revenge tale for the #MeToo generation.
Rabbit & Robot by Andrew Smith is a futuristic sci fi novel set on a lunar cruise ship called Tennessee where Cager is sent to overcome addiction. When the robots on board become cannibalistic (!!!) and earth below a toxic wasteland from war, Cager and his friends have to wonder if they’ll be stranded alone in space forever. This novel will “will make you laugh, cry, and consider what it really means to be human.”
For contemporary fans we have The Long Distance Playlist by Tara Eglington, told primarily in instant messenger conversations, Skype, emails and texts. (For more books like this see our Booklist here.)
“A boy. A girl. A one-of-a-kind friendship. Cross-country convos and middle-of-the-night playlists. With big dreams come even bigger challenges.”