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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!

 

New Books We Like

Hilma af Klint: A Biography By Julia Voss, Anne Posten (Translated by) Cover Image
Inciting Joy: Essays By Ross Gay Cover Image
Stay True: A Memoir By Hua Hsu Cover Image
The Huxleys: An Intimate History of Evolution By Alison Bashford Cover Image
Making a Scene By Constance Wu Cover Image
Foster By Claire Keegan Cover Image
Lucy by the Sea: A Novel By Elizabeth Strout Cover Image
Solito: A Memoir By Javier Zamora Cover Image
Dinosaurs: A Novel By Lydia Millet Cover Image
The Passenger By Cormac McCarthy Cover Image
A Book of Days By Patti Smith Cover Image
28: A Photographic Tribute to Buster Posey By Brad Mangin (By (photographer)), Brian Murphy, Buster Posey (Preface by), Mike Krukow (Afterword by), Duane Kuiper (Afterword by) Cover Image
Galatea: A Short Story By Madeline Miller Cover Image
Demon Copperhead: A Novel By Barbara Kingsolver Cover Image
Fairy Tale By Stephen King Cover Image

New Books We Like

Hilma af Klint: A Biography By Julia Voss, Anne Posten (Translated by) Cover Image
Inciting Joy: Essays By Ross Gay Cover Image
Stay True: A Memoir By Hua Hsu Cover Image
The Huxleys: An Intimate History of Evolution By Alison Bashford Cover Image
Making a Scene By Constance Wu Cover Image
Foster By Claire Keegan Cover Image
Lucy by the Sea: A Novel By Elizabeth Strout Cover Image
Solito: A Memoir By Javier Zamora Cover Image
Dinosaurs: A Novel By Lydia Millet Cover Image
The Passenger By Cormac McCarthy Cover Image

October Bookseller's Choice

Each month, we select a brand new book that we love so much that we guarantee you'll love it too. This month, we're recommending "Confessions with Keith" by Pauline Holdstock.

Confessions with Keith cover image

Vita's life is falling apart.
Is she getting a divorce? She's not sure. The vegetable erotica she writes for a magazine is breathing a little life into her writing career, but her book launch is a disaster. Keith, her dear hairstylist, is keeping her henna-dyed hair looking fresh at least. Her diary keeps track of all her philosophical musings, her misfortunes, her maybe-divorcée crush, and all four kids' activities and rebellions. She made me muse on things I hadn't considered before, and laugh out loud, in public. This book feels like wearing damp socks in snow boots that you take off in the mudroom and then warming yourself up with a hot chocolate at a table covered in breakfast crumbs. Best read at the laundromat during the spin cycle, or with a cup of tea in a messy kitchen on a cold morning.
-GAB Bookseller Eileen

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