Children of Blood and Bone
by Tomi Adeyemi

Zélie was born with latent magical ability in a country where the king has all but eradicated it. Thrilling and deftly written, Tomi Adeyemi's bold YA debut will have fans waiting with bated breath for the next instalment.

by Jesse Ball

A dying man and his disabled son travel as census takers in Jesse Ball's thoughtful, dystopian-influenced novel. Written in part as an ode to the author’s late brother, the book explores the human experience for both caretakers and the people who crave care.

by Aminatta Forna

Behaviour, both human and animal, is central to Aminatta Forna's latest novel, which follows wildlife biologist Jean and psychiatrist Attila as their paths intertwine after a chance meeting in London.

Bury What We Cannot Take
by Kirstin Chen

This historical novel takes on life in mid-century Maoist China, where patriarch Ah Zhai has made a difficult decision in order to secure his family's escape to Hong Kong. The story serves as a fascinating window into a unique period of history and the plight of one displaced family.

What Are We Doing Here?
by Marilynne Robinson

Gathered from recent lectures by Pulitzer Prize winner Marilynne Robinson, this series of impassioned essays revolve around history, faith, and politics. In this new essay collection Robinson trains her incisive mind on the modern political climate and the mysteries of faith.