THE LONELY CITY by Olivia Laing

THE LONELY CITY by Olivia Laing

March 8, 2016

Olivia Laing’s latest book received a positive review in the New York Times. The reviewer, Dwight Garner, says “The British writer Olivia Laing, in her new book, “The Lonely City,” picks up the topic of painful urban isolation and sets it down in many smart and oddly consoling places. She makes the topic her own.” The book was also recently excerpted in the Guardian. Picador published the book on March 1, 2016….

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

March 8, 2016

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR received a positive review in Sunday’s New York Times Book Review. The reviewer, Catherine Lacey, called it “lush and tightly woven” and says that Novey writes with “cool precision and breakneck pacing.”Little Brown published the book on February 9, 2016….

THE GOD WAVE by Patrick Hemstreet

THE GOD WAVE by Patrick Hemstreet

March 8, 2016

Patrick Hemstreet’s sci-tech debut, THE GOD WAVE, has received a volley of advanced praise. Kirkus deemed it “a flat-out astonishing debut” and gave it a starred review, while Publisher’s Weekly says THE GOD WAVE is “a tense tale of cutting-edge SF… Hemstreet imbues his sprawling cast with depth and character…”

ON JUPITER PLACE by Nicholas Christopher

ON JUPITER PLACE by Nicholas Christopher

March 8, 2016

Library Journal praises Nicholas Christopher’s newest poetry collection, ON JUPITER PLACE, calling it a “fresh and welcome [and] thoroughly engaging collection for a wide range of readers….”

THE FUGITIVES by Christopher Sorrentino

THE FUGITIVES by Christopher Sorrentino

February 16, 2016

Christopher Sorrentino’s THE FUGITIVES was reviewed in Kirkus and given a starred review in Booklist, which said, “In this heady tale of self and identity, vocation and ambition, [Sorrentino] demonstrates his wily comedic skills…Generating psychological and cultural insights as bright and stinging as a wielder’s sparks, Sorrentino blasts insidious commercialism and corruption, digital narcosis, and the failures of the book and newspaper worlds…

DUKE OF MY HEART by Kelly Bowen

DUKE OF MY HEART by Kelly Bowen

February 16, 2016

Publishers Weekly gave a starred review to Kelly Bowen’s DUKE OF MY HEART, published by Forever on January 26, 2016. The review praises Bowen for her ability to build “enough romantic heat to melt midwinter snow…”

SIDNEY SHELDON’S RECKLESS by Tilly Bagshawe

SIDNEY SHELDON’S RECKLESS by Tilly Bagshawe

February 16, 2016

Ray Palen for New Mystery Reader writes: “Tilly Bagshawe deftly plots this exciting novel and throws in enough twists and surprises to keep the most astute thriller fans on the edge of their seats.” William Morrow released the hardcover November 10, 2015….

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer Sternberg

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer Sternberg

February 16, 2016

The Washington Post gave Eliezer Sternberg’s NEUROLOGIC a glowing review, calling it “audacious, wise and compelling.” Pantheon published the book on Janurary 12, 2016…..

YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF A FIST by Sunil Yapa

YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF A FIST by Sunil Yapa

February 5, 2016

Sunil Yapa’s YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF A FIST was reviewed in The New Yorker, the New York Times Book Review, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Huffington Post, Entertainment Weekly, Seattle Times, Miami Herald, Denver Post, Bustle, Electric Literature, The Rumpus, Ploughshares, BookRiot, GrubStreet, Barnes & Noble Review and on Amazon.com.

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

February 5, 2016

Samantha Hunt’s MR. SPLITFOOT was reviewed in The Millions (where it was named one of the “Most Anticipated Books of 2016”), Paste, Bustle, Refinery29, BookPage, Chronogram, and BookBrowse. Said Chronogram, “An entrancing, modern, haunted tale that seems drawn from the very bones of Hudson Valley history … An exuberant writer, Hunt furnishes every millimeter of her story with life, with palpable losses, longing, desire, tenderness, and even the trappings of pop culture. If you’re craving the tangy prose and warm sweep of a really well-wrought novel, you’ll find it here.” Houghton Mifflin Harcourt published the book on January 5, 2016….