The Butcher of Anderson Station
A Story of The Expanse
“For anyone, like me, who discovered The Expanse through the TV episodes and feels daunted to start the 9 book series, this short short is the perfect impetus to get motivated! The writing is smart, savvy, and technically wonderful. It was a pleasure to finally be able to experience a part of Corey's writing.”Kristine, Buttonwood Books and Toys
Where the Drowned Girls Go
Wayward Children: Book #7
In Where the Drowned Girls Go, the next addition to Seanan McGuire's beloved Wayward Children series, students at an anti-magical school rebel against the oppressive faculty
"Welcome to the Whitethorn Institute. The first step is always admitting you need help, and you’ve already taken that step by requesting a transfer into our company."
Mouth to Mouth
If you enjoyed Crossings, then you’ll love Mouth to Mouth.
“This fascinating novel is a perfect medley of suspense, deceit, and moral ambiguity. In a sharp and concise narrative written as a confession to a former acquaintance, art dealer Jeff tells the story of his rise to success following his saving the life of a drowning man, then entwining himself into the man’s life.”Olivia, Author's Note
How High We Go in the Dark
By Sequoia Nagamatsu
Narrated by: Julia Whelan, Brian Nishii, Keisuke Hoashi, MacLeod Andrews, Jeanne Sakata, Greg Watanabe, Kurt Kanazawa, Matthew Bridges, Kotaro Watanabe, Brianna Ishibashi, Joe Knezevich, Micky Shiloah, Stephanie Komure & Jason Culp
Length: 9 hours 20 minutes
If you enjoyed Once Upon a River, then you’ll love How High We Go in the Dark.
“Interlinked short stories comprise this novel in the same way gears and levers make an astronomical clock. Many of the stories are heartbreaking, and others seed hope; each has either a narrator in the midst of a journey, or a narrator stuck in one place (literal or figurative) while events explode around them. The two types of characters provide two poles of a perspective; in this book, a plague and emerging environmental catastrophe force the characters to think about what they thought they wanted and what, in the end, they can actually have. The audio producers wisely chose a diverse company of narrators; the book is a sort of Decameron, and the variety of voices helps you keep each story vividly in mind so that you catch all the interconnections. (Reader, keep track of the crystal pendant! Trust the author. It will answer your questions.)”Nialle, The Haunted Bookshop