A Psalm for the Wild-Built, the first installment in Becky Chambers’ Monk and Robot series, is a quiet novel about what happens when two cultures — robots and humans — meet for the first time in centuries. Many, many years after the world’s robots left humanity behind, one emissary returns to learn what humans need.
All Jake wants is a shot at romance with Allister — the new transfer to his prep school, and one of the only other Black students — but things get dangerous when Jake’s haunted by the ghost of a recently deceased school shooter.
In this new novel from Party of Two author Jasmine Guillory, a movie star strikes up a romance with the man behind her latest ad campaign. The pair’s relationship was supposed to be strictly business, but what what would happen if they took things to an all-new, public level?
Chris McKinney’s Water City trilogy launches this week with Midnight, Water City: a murder mystery set in the not-too-distant future. When a beloved scientist is killed after reaching out to an old friend, that friend — a police detective — throws himself into the case.
Fans of Arthurian legends will want to pick up Sword Stone Table: a collection of stories from Roshani Chokshi, Daniel M. Lavery, and Silvia Moreno-Garcia — among others — that reimagine Camelot’s tales.
With stories from Tiffany D. Jackson, Nina LaCour, and Anna Meriano, among others, Up All Night is a shining YA collection for night owls, graveyard shifters, and anyone who once pulled all-nighters on the regular.