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Science Fiction New releases 2022

IT'S SCIENCE! IT'S FICTION! IT'S SCIENCE FICTION!

And also Fantasy! Science Fiction / Fantasy! That's what they call it! I'm not gonna split hairs! Here are some of our straight-up favs of the last year-or-so! Check 'em out!

 

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New Books We Like

My Life: Growing Up Asian in America Cover Image
You Have a Friend in 10A: Stories Cover Image
Forbidden City: A Novel Cover Image
Paradais Cover Image
Our Unfinished March: The Violent Past and Imperiled Future of the Vote-A History, a Crisis, a Plan Cover Image
The Partition Cover Image
Trust Cover Image
Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel Cover Image
Love Marriage: A Novel Cover Image
Time Is a Mother Cover Image
Native Air Cover Image
Sea of Tranquility: A novel Cover Image
A Brief History of Equality Cover Image
The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer Cover Image
The Coasts of California Cover Image

New Books We Like

My Life: Growing Up Asian in America Cover Image
You Have a Friend in 10A: Stories Cover Image
Forbidden City: A Novel Cover Image
Paradais Cover Image
Our Unfinished March: The Violent Past and Imperiled Future of the Vote-A History, a Crisis, a Plan Cover Image
The Partition Cover Image
Trust Cover Image
Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance: A Novel Cover Image
Love Marriage: A Novel Cover Image
Time Is a Mother Cover Image

May Bookseller's Choice

Each month, we select a brand new book that we love so much that we guarantee you'll love it too—and if you don't, we'll give you your money back. This month, we're recommending "All the Secrets of the World" by Steve Almond.

All the Secrets of the World cover image

Almond’s first novel (after a bunch of non-fiction and story collections) is just good old-fashioned plot-driven storytelling.

Worlds collide when 13-year-old Lorena, daughter of an undocumented immigrant living in Sacramento, gets invited to work on a school project at the home of blonde, wealthy Jenny Stallworth. Lorena catches the eye of Jenny’s father Marcus, who seems to be struggling with boundary issues.

Then Marcus mysteriously disappears and is thought to have been murdered. Into this mix Almond tosses a large cast of characters all with secrets of their own: Lorena’s troubled gangster wannabe brother, an ambitious FBI agent, Jack Mormons, corrupt police and a broken criminal justice system.

Oh, and Nancy Reagan and her astrologer.
-KPR

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