A masterly locked-room mystery set in a near-future Orwellian state--for fans of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Dave Eggers' The Circle, and Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games
Do you live to play? Or play to live?
A riveting, beautifully written, fugue-like novel of AIs, memory, violence, and mortality
The English-language premiere of Qiu Miaojin's coming-of-age novel about queer teenagers in Taiwan, a cult classic in China and winner of the 1995 China Times Literature Award.An NYRB Classics Original
Housecat turned assassin, Mort(e), and canine heroine, Sheba, must battle a horde of amphibious creatures intent on exterminating mankind in Repino's strange, moving sci-fi epic.
London is burning and Lalla has one hope for survival, a ship--a new Noah's Ark--that can only save 500 people, in this "Powerful, haunting, and beautiful" (M. R. Carey) debut novel.
London burned for three weeks. And then it got worse...
This is the newest volume of the Bikes in Space series: A highly imaginative collection of sci-fi stories with a feminist bent.
Two young individuals must uncover the dark secrets of their stratified city in this suspenseful sci-fi standalone
Library Journal's Must-Have Spring Books, Editors' Picks 2017"A thrilling coast-to-coast journey." --The Seattle Times "A richly imagined philosophical exploration." --Bellingham Herald "Exciting action, intriguing characters, epic scale." --Booklist (starred review)
Twenty-year-old Skyler saw the incident out her window: Some sort of metallic object hovering over the Golden Gate Bridge just before it collapsed and a mushroom cloud lifted above the city. Like everyone, she ran, but she couldn't outrun the radiation, with her last thoughts being of her beloved baby brother, Dorian, safe in her distant family home.
The explosive conclusion to the Newsflesh trilogy from New York Times bestseller Mira Grant.The year was 2014. The year we cured cancer. The year we cured the common cold. And the year the dead started to walk. The year of the Rising.
Rise up while you can. -- Georgia Mason
The Handmaid's Tale meets The Hunger Games in this brilliantly imagined debut set in an ancient culture where only the queen may breed and deformity means death.
After the "war with no name" a cat assassin searches for his lost love in Repino's strange, moving sci-fi epic that channels both Homeward Bound and A Canticle for Lebowitz.