Newcomers. The best of the new books, reviewed by our editors
A gripping debut novel of psychological suspense, The House in the Pines has received accolades for being a gripping blend of psychological thriller and dark fairy tale with an engaging main character and disturbing atmosphere.
In ‘It Starts with Us’ It all started with Atlas before it ended with us. In this long-awaited sequel to the touching #1 New York Times bestseller ‘It Ends with Us’, Colleen Hoover tells fan favorite Atlas’s side of the story and reveals what happens next.
In If You Could See the Sun, A Chinese American teen makes money off her unusual new invisibility abilities in this genre-defying YA debut by learning and selling the most scandalous secrets of her affluent classmates.
In Our Missing Hearts, the number one bestselling author of Little Fires Everywhere returns with a tremendously suspenseful and heartbreaking tale about the unshakable love between a mother and child in a fear-filled world.
Dreamland is a devastating love tale about sacrificing everything for a dream, and whether it’s possible to leave the past behind, from the number one New York Times bestselling author of The Wish.
The Ink Black Heart is a genuine masterpiece of storytelling where Cormoran and Robin are trapped in another twisting, wicked case in the newest edition of the critically acclaimed, worldwide successful Cormoran Strike series.
In Fairy Tale, King’s narrative shines. A seventeen-year-old kid receives the keys to a parallel universe where good and evil are at battle, in this captivating novel by the legendary storyteller Stephen King.