Philip Pullman returns to the world of his Dark Materials trilogy with a new novel that tells the story of how Lyra Belacqua and her daemon Pantalaimon came to be living at Jordan College.
In a novel of speculative fiction, an award-winning author contemplates a world where teenage girls now have immense physical power—they can cause agonizing pain and even death, drastically resetting the balance of the world. By the author of The Liars' Gospel. 25,000 first printing.
Odd-mannered, obsessive, withdrawn, Aster has little to offer folks in the way of rebuttal when they call her ogre and freak. She's used to the names; she only wishes there was more truth to them. If she were truly a monster, as they accuse, she'd be powerful enough to tear down the walls of the brutal ship where she and her ancestors have lived for generations.
The award-winning author of the Ancillary trilogy presents the story of a power-driven young woman who frees a thief from a prison planet and seeks to reclaim priceless stolen artifacts as part of her plan to secure the status she craves.
Judith "Jack" Chen, a scientist-turned-drug pirate, travels the world in a submarine to bring cheap medicine to the poor, but when her latest drug hack results in a trail of lethal overdoses, she is pursued by a jaded military agent and his robotic partner.
Picking up immediately after the events of The Last Ever After, the latest entry in "The School for Good and Evil" series follows favorite characters Sophie, Tedros and Agatha as they leave the castles and embark on assigned quests for glory. Illustrations by Iacopo Bruno.
Sierra and her friends love their new lives as shadowshapers, making art and creating change with the spirits of Brooklyn. Then Sierra receives a strange card depicting a beast called the Hound of Light — an image from the enigmatic, influential Deck of Worlds. The shadowshapers know their next battle has arrived.
This collection of Victorian tales that imagined futures full of strange science and technologies surprisingly includes the familiar themes of modern science fiction, like time travel and robots, in stories from Edgar Allan Poe, Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy and Alice Fuller. Original.
Born with powers that forced her into hiding, Brigitta, a princess hidden away from her villainous half-brother, turns to a roguish pirate named Rupert, who has the power to harness the wind, for help when her brother discovers her existence and sets out to destroy her.
A man who has been reincarnated nearly 10,000 times, living lives in regions from ancient India and Renaissance Italy to outer space and the modern world, searches for the secret to immortality so that he can be with his beloved, the incarnation of Death.
A conclusion to the Hugo Award-winning, post-apocalyptic trilogy that began with The Fifth Season reveals how the powers and agendas of two women determine the fate of humankind in the wake of a returning Moon. Original. 75,000 first printing.
An official tie-in to the globally popular video game traces the story of a new hero stranded in the world of Minecraft who must survive a harsh environment while unraveling the secrets of a mysterious island. By the best-selling author of World War Z.
When a group of Silicon Valley engineers builds Phluttr, a social network with an erratic personality that has stored innumerable facts and messages, they must work to influence and control her before she does irreversible harm.
Fall, 1970. Los Angeles has always been a den of danger and bliss, but even darker tidings brew in the City of Angels. Cults, magic, and the supernatural are leaking into the worlds of glamour and dives of the gutter. To the spectators walking down Hollywood Boulevard, it's just more proof that La La Land is over the cuckoo's nest. But to former child magician and Korean War vet turned newly-licensed private investigator James Brimstone, it means business is picking up.
The last working robot in seedy, 1960s Los Angeles, Raymond Electromatic, a private-eye-turned-hitman, discovers his skills might be a bit "rusty" after his assistant, Ada, assigns him a new roster of clientele, in a sequel to Made to Kill.
"Meet Greta Helsing, fast-talking doctor to the undead. Keeping the supernatural community not-alive and well in London has been her family's specialty for generations. Greta Helsing inherited the family's highly specialized, and highly peculiar, medical practice. In her consulting rooms, Dr. Helsing treats the undead for a host of ills - vocal strain in banshees, arthritis in barrow-wights, and entropy in mummies. Although barely making ends meet, this is just the quiet, supernatural-adjacent life Greta's been groomed for since childhood. Until a sect of murderous monks emerges, killing human and undead Londoners alike. As terror takes hold of the city, Greta must use her unusual skills to stop the cult if she hopes to save her practice, and her life"—