• The cover of the book The Book of Strange New Things

    The Book of Strange New Things

    Peter is a man of God who is called to embark on an important mission—though it’s one that takes him light years away from his beloved wife, Bea. Peter accepts the position as resident pastor on a faraway planet, urged by USIC, the space station’s governing body, to reach out to the native population and convert them to Christianity. He becomes increasingly involved in the challenges of his new tasks, but when word comes from Bea about the horrific calamities affecting earth (typhoons and earthquakes among them), he is cleaved in two, torn between his commitment to his job and to God and his all-consuming devotion to his wife. A thought-provoking love story set in a galaxy far, far away.

  • The cover of the book The Heart Goes Last

    The Heart Goes Last

    Margaret Atwood is often cited as one of the world’s most beloved science fiction writers, and for good reason. Her latest novel centers on a married couple forced to live in their car due to unemployment. When they make a deal with the devil—or The Positron Project—accepting a roof over their heads in exchange for a month-long stint in the Positron prison system, it will change both of their lives irrevocably. This unique dystopian world is full of surprises and humor, proving that the depths of Atwood’s insatiable imagination know no bounds.

  • The cover of the book Ready Player One (Movie Tie-In)

    Ready Player One (Movie Tie-In)

    All of the hype surrounding Steven Spielberg’s upcoming film adaptation of “Ready Player One” is completely without hyperbole. This virtual space opera packs enough adventure, plot twists, and ’80s references to keep any self-proclaimed gamer entertained.

  • The cover of the book The Secrets of Blood and Bone

    The Secrets of Blood and Bone

    Fans of Deborah Harkness will love this exquisite follow-up to “The Secrets of Life and Death,” the first book in Rebecca Alexander’s series. “The Secrets of Blood and Bone” is another supernatural thriller that weaves the occult together with history. Jackdaw Hammond is on the run, hoping to find solace in an old, rundown house, but the family next-door harbors dark secrets, ones that won’t let Jack rest. To break the spell she’s under, Jackdaw must dig into the secrets of sixteenth-century occultist Edward Kelley. Spellbinding, scary and suspenseful, this novel will be finished before the new year.

  • The cover of the book Station Eleven

    Station Eleven

    Set fifteen years after a global pandemic completely dismantles the world as we know it, “Station Eleven” strips away much that readers have come to expect from post-apocalyptic fiction. Instead, author Emily St John Mandel explores the buoyancy of the human spirit by weaving through several interconnected character points-of-view, both post and pre-outbreak. Lyrical, transportive, and truly unique, this is a must-read book for lovers of sophisticated science fiction.