THE LAST TRUE POETS OF THE SEA, Julia Drake. In this YA retelling of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, a rebellious sixteen-year-old moves to Maine and attempts to find a century-old shipwreck after her brother attempts suicide. Indiebound, Amazon.
IMAGINARY FRIEND, Stephen Chbosky. A mother flees an abusive relationship, only to have her son disappear and, a week later, reappear with frightening demands. From the author of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. Indiebound, Amazon.
THE BUTTERFLY GIRL, Rene Denfield. An investigator moves to Portland, Oregon to find her missing sister, only to discover that girls have been going missing in the city for months, many of them found later dead in the river. Indiebound, Amazon.
FRANKISSSTEIN, Jeanette Winterson. From the acclaimed author, a novel about the future of the human species told from the perspective of Mary Shelley, an AI researcher, a sex dolls creator, and more. Indiebound, Amazon.
THE END AND OTHER BEGINNINGS: STORIES FROM THE FUTURE, Veronica Roth. The Divergent author returns with a collection of novella-length stories, complete with black and white illustrations. Indiebound, Amazon.
THE LIBRARY OF THE UNWRITTEN, A. J. Hackwith. In The Library of the Unwritten, librarians manage books whose authors never finished them. When a novel’s hero runs off in search of his author, a librarian must capture him, with the help of her assistant and a demon. Indiebound, Amazon.
THE SHAPE OF NIGHT, Tess Gerritsen. A woman escapes to an isolated Maine mansion after a tragedy, only to fall in love with a ghost and discover that all women who have stayed at the manor have mysteriously died. Indiebound, Amazon.