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    Series: Hazel Wood
    The Night Country A Hazel Wood Novel Melissa Albert
    9781250246073 Hardcover YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Fantasy Age (years) from 12 - 18 On Sale Date: January 07, 2020 Print Run: 300000
    $25.99 CAD 5.38 x 8.25 x 0 in | 352 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Flatiron Books
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      The highly anticipated sequel to Melissa Albert’s beloved,New York Times bestselling debutThe Hazel Wood!

      InThe Night Country, Alice Proserpine dives back into a menacing, mesmerizing world of dark fairy tales and hidden doors. Follow her and Ellery Finch as they learnThe Hazel Wood was just the beginning, and that worlds die not with a whimper, but a bang.

      With Finch’s help, Alice escaped the Hinterland and her reclusive grandmother’s dark legacy. Now she and the rest of the dregs of the fairy tale world have washed up in New York City, where Alice is trying to make a new, unmagical life. But something is stalking the Hinterland’s survivors—and she suspects their deaths may have a darker purpose. Meanwhile, in the winking out world of the Hinterland, Finch seeks his own adventure, and—if he can find it—a way back home...

      Melissa Albertis the founding editor of the Barnes & Noble Teen Blog and the managing editor of She has written forMcSweeney’s,Time OutChicago, MTV, and more. Melissa is from Illinois and lives in Brooklyn.The Night Country is her second novel.
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        Raincoast Superlead: sequel to the NYT bestselling The Hazel WoodThe Hazel Wood has sold over 10k copies in Canada; 300k print run
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      “Melissa Albert deftly weaves her magic once again between our world and the fairy tale realm of the Hinterland. The lush imagery, the sharp tone and tenor, will sweep you off your feet into a dreamworld you simply won't want to leave.The Night Country is a new modern classic for thrill seekers young and old. A stunning sequel filled with wondrous delights and daring forays into the dark. Not to be missed!” —Kim Liggett, author ofThe Grace Year

      The Night Country is so deliciously creepy—the kind of puzzle box nightmare you have to see through to the end. One of the most unputdownable books I’ve read in a long time.” —Emily X.R. Pan, author ofThe Astonishing Color of After

      Praise forThe Hazel Wood

      New York Times bestseller
      Seven starred reviews
      New York Times Notable Book of 2018
      Boston GlobeBest Book of the Year
      Wall Street JournalBest Children’s Book of the Year
      #1 ABA IndieNext Pick
      ABA Indies Introduce Selection
      Junior Library Guild Selection
      ALA’s Best Fiction for Young Adults List
      Seventeen Best YA Book of the Year
      The GuardianBest Children’s Book of the Year
      Entertainment Weekly Top 10 YA Novel of the Year
      Bustle Best YA Book of the Year
      BookPage Best Book of the Year
      Books-a-Million Best Book of the Year
      Goodreads Choice Award Finalist
      Publishers Weekly Flying Start
      Longlisted for the Hugo/Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book
      Seattle Public Library “10 Young Adult Books We Love 2018”
      Romantic Times Seal of Excellence Winner

      The Hazel Wood starts out strange and gets stranger, in the best way possible. Albert seamlessly combines contemporary realism with fantasy, blurring the edges in a way that highlights that place where stories and real life convene, where magic contains truth, and the world as it appears is false, where just about anything can happen, particularly in the pages of a good book. It's a captivating debut.” —The New York Times Book Review

      “An original and imaginative fairy tale: thrilling, fascinating, and poignant in equal measure.” —Entertainment Weekly, Best New Books

      “Insidiously beautiful, this is the opposite of escapist fantasy; it is a story about the imagination’s power to loose atrocity into the (mostly) law-abiding confines of the real.” —The Guardian

      “A darkly brilliant story of literary obsession, fairy-tale malignancy, and the measures a mother will take to spare her child.” —TheWall Street Journal, Best Children’s Book of the Year

      “An eerie, assured first novel. Albert occasionally entwines the haunting tales of the grandmother’s book through this mesmerizing narrative, creating a fantasy as lush and twisty as ivy.” —TheWashington Post

      “One of those rare young adult fantasy novels that holds a self-contained world in only a few hundred pages. If the novel’s heroine is a teenage girl, then her story will appeal to readers of all ages, with its intrigue and strange fairy tale magic and very grown up writing.” —Esquire

      “A can’t-miss, dark, and creepy new take on fairy tales that will have you glued to the page until the very end.” —BuzzFeed

      “This extremely creepy, wondrously original and beautifully written book conjures up a dark, bloody netherworld of fairytales and enchants and enthralls from the first sentence to the final page.” —The Buffalo News

      “A contemporary fantasy that dwells in an atmospheric, intertwining world of terrifying circumstances; a breathtaking dive into the magic and importance of story in one’s identity. ‘Story is the fabric of the Hinterland,’ one of the residents tells Alice. Another says, stories ‘create the energy that makes this world go. They keep our stars in place.’ If this is so, Albert’s exquisite wordsmithing and story weaving have kept the stars aloft for a new generation of readers.” —Shelf Awareness, starred review

      “Alice’s sharp-edged narration and Althea’s terrifying fairy tales, interspersed throughout, build a tantalizing tale of secret histories and magic that carries costs and consequences. There is no happily-ever-after resolution except this: Alice’s hard-won right to be in charge of her own story.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

      ”Highly literary, occasionally surreal, and grounded by Alice’s clipped, matter-of-fact voice,The Hazel Woodis a dark story that readers will have trouble leaving behind. The buzz for this debut is deafening, and the fact that the film adaption is already in the works doesn’t hurt.” —ALABooklist, starred review

      “Simultaneously wondrous and horrific, dreamlike and bloody, lyrical and creepy, exquisitely haunting and casually, brutally cruel. Not everybody lives, and certainly not ‘happily ever after’—but within all the grisly darkness, Alice's fierce integrity and hard-won self-knowledge shine unquenched.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

      “An empowering read that will be especially popular with fans of fairy-tale retellings.” —School Library Journal, starred review

      “Fans of the dark supernatural will gobble this up.” —Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review

      “Albert weaves a spellbinding, dark tale. The smoke-and-mirrors world of the Hazel Wood is deliciously creepy and its denizens are well-drawn.” —VOYA, starred review

      “It’s no exaggeration to say thatThe Hazel Wood is one of the most anticipated books of the year. Fortunately this is one of those cases where the hype is justified. Readers, especially those with a fondness for dark fairy tales, won’t want to miss this brilliant combination of realistic fiction and fantasy.” —BookPage

      The Hazel Woodis a rich tapestry of dangerous delights, and it effortlessly balances charm, malice, beauty, and fear. The diverse characters, gritty twists and turns, vivid imagery, and captivating premise make this the perfect choice for fans of Lev Grossman, Lewis Carroll, and Edgar Allan Poe. Chilling, atmospheric, as fresh as it is dark: the must-read of the season!” —Romantic Times,RT Seal of Excellence

      The Hazel Woodis thoroughly, creepily captivating, with surprises I never saw coming! Such a refreshing and beautifully written inversion of the classic fairy tale-inspired story.” —Kristin Cashore, author ofGraceling

      “This book will be your next literary obsession. Welcome to the Hazel Wood, where bad luck is a living thing, princesses are doomed, and every page contains a wondrously terrible adventure—it’s not safe inside these pages, but once you enter, you may never want to leave.The Hazel Woodis pure imagination candy.” —Stephanie Garber, author ofCaraval

      “Dark, spellbinding, and magical. One of the most original books I've read in years—The Hazel Wood is destined to be a classic.” —Kami Garcia, author ofBeautiful Creatures

      “Reader, I warn you: this book beckoned me in with delicate claws then sank its teeth into my heart. I fear a part of me will never escapeThe Hazel Wood.” —Heidi Heilig, author ofThe Girl from Everywhere

      “Melissa Albert’sThe Hazel Wood is an elegant dark fairy tale, full of the power of story. It’s creepy and gorgeous, and I loved every word.” —Kat Howard, author ofAn Unkindness of Magicians

      “Elegant, ethereal, and beautifully brutal,The Hazel Wood is a fairy tale worth falling for. This is a dream of a book I cannot recommend highly enough. It's like falling into a nautilus shell: every time you think you've found the end, another chamber opens. Absolutely breathtaking.” —Seanan McGuire, author ofEvery Heart a Doorway

      “Absolutely mesmerizing, magical, and inventive. Hats off to Melissa Albert!” —Karen McManus, author ofOne of Us Is Lying

      “Dark, haunting, and absolutely mesmerizing:The Hazel Wood grabbed me with its mysterious, upside-down fairy tales, full of thorns and sharp twists. In no time at all, I became obsessed with this book, willing to follow it anywhere—even deep into the Hinterland.” —Jodi Meadows, coauthor ofMy Lady Jane

      The Hazel Wood kept me up all night. I had every light burning and the covers pulled tight around me as I fell completely into the dark and beautiful world within its pages. Terrifying, magical, and surprisingly funny, it’s one of the very best books I’ve read in years.” —Jennifer Niven, author ofAll the Bright Places

      “A winding, creepy, insidiously delicious novel. Utterly spectacular. I read it in one sitting!” —Melinda Salisbury, author ofThe Sin-Eater’s Daughter

      “Full of dark, twisty corners and eerie beauty,The Hazel Woodis like nothing else I’ve read before.” —Evelyn Skye, author ofThe Crown's Game

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    Series: The Fetch Phillips Archives
    The Last Smile in Sunder City Luke Arnold
    9780316455824 Paperback FICTION / Fantasy On Sale Date: February 25, 2020
    $21.99 CAD Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Orbit
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      A former soldier turned PI tries to help the fantasy creatures whose lives he ruined in a world that's lost its magic in a compelling debut fantasy by Black Sails actor Luke Arnold.

      Welcome to Sunder City. The magic is gone but the monsters remain.

      I'm Fetch Phillips, just like it says on the window. There are a few things you should know before you hire me:

      1. Sobriety costs extra.
      2. My services are confidential.
      3. I don't work for humans.

      It's nothing personal--I'm human myself. But after what happened, to the magic, it's not the humans who need my help.

      Walk the streets of Sunder City and meet Fetch, his magical clients, and a darkly imagined world perfect for readers of Ben Aaronovitch and Jim Butcher.
      Luke Arnold was born in Australia and has spent the last decade acting his way around the world, playing iconic roles such as Long John Silver in the Emmy-winning Black Sails and his award-winning turn as Michael Hutchence in the INXS mini-series Never Tear Us Apart. When he isn't performing, Luke is a screenwriter, director, novelist, and ambassador forSave the Children Australia. The Last Smile in Sunder City is his debut novel.
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    9780756414849 Paperback FICTION / Fantasy On Sale Date: December 03, 2019
    $22.00 CAD 5.44 x 8.26 x 0.67 in | 320 pages Carton Quantity: 24 DAW
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      In this new historical fantasy, a young man must use the power granted by a goddess to infiltrate the realm of Faerie and save a kidnapped victim before the door is sealed once again.

      Orphaned as a toddler, Nicholas Withybeck knows no other home than Locksley Abbey outside Nottingham, England. He works in the Scriptorium embellishing illuminated manuscripts with hidden faces of the Wild Folk that he sees every time he ventures into the woods and fields.

      While exploring the forbidden crypts beneath the abbey, he discovers an altar older than the abbey’s foundations. Behind the bricks around the altar, he finds a silver cup embellished with the three figures of Elena, the Celtic goddess of crossroads, sorcery, and cemeteries. With the cup of Elena, Nick can see that the masked dancers on the May Day celebration are truly the creatures of the wood in disguise.

      Nick soon learns that the Green Man’s beloved has been kidnapped by Queen Mab of the Faeries. But the door to the Faery mound will only open when the moons of the two realms align and the time is fast approaching. To unlock the door and rescue the woman, he must release the goddess Elena. But meddling in the affairs of gods and faeries is not without its dangers. Will Nick dare to set the goddess free and face the consequences for the mortal world?
      Rachel Atwood is the author of Walk the Wild with Me. She grew up enchanted with British History. Now she writes historical fiction with enchantments. Every time she visits the British Isles, she basks in the shadows of standing stones and glories in ancient crypts while drinking in the lush accents of the people she meets. She thinks driving on the left is natural and roundabouts are efficient as well as aesthetically pleasing.

      Author Residence: Welches, OR
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      Praise for the author

      “Grabbed me from the first page with its dynamic action, compelling characters and their relationships, insightful world building, and a sweet romance that only adds to the suspense.”—Deborah J. Ross, author of Children of Kings

      “The fully developed characters handle their own fantastical situations with heartfelt emotion and inner strength.”—Library Journal

      “Intriguing…. Reeled me in and wouldn’t let me leave.”—LitPick
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    Series: More Than a Princess
    Power of a Princess E.D. Baker
    9781681197692 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 9 - 11 On Sale Date: November 19, 2019 Print Run: 40000
    $22.99 CAD 8.02 x 5.39 x 1.07 in | 304 pages Carton Quantity: 40 Canadian Rights: Y Bloomsbury Children's Books
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      From beloved author E.D. Baker, an adventurous tale about a princess who is more than what she seems --and a kingdom whose fate rests in her hands.

      Aislin is more than just a princess. Born to a fairy king and pedrasi queen, she's strong, smart, and brave, with magical gifts she's only beginning to discover. Aislin has spent her whole life keeping her family's gifts hidden from the non-magic folk who surround her kingdom, and is shocked to find out the humans knew about these enchantments all along. But when the fairies decide to move back onto human territory, it soon becomes clear that some will not be happy about this change.

      As she sets out to restore the balance, Aislin chooses a surprising group of young women to join her – girls she knows are brave and loyal, but who don't have the qualities of typical guards or princess confidantes. Things only get more complicated when an old foe appears, surely up to no good. The princess knows she has the power and ingenuity to stand up for herself and her kingdom, especially with her friends by her side – will that be enough to set things right?

      E. D. Baker is the author of many beloved books for young readers, includingThe Frog Princess, which was the inspiration for Disney'sThe Princess and the Frog. A classic and original fairy tale that celebrates goodness in all shapes and sizes, More than a Princess will resonate with readers who love magic, suspense, girl power, and adventure.


      E.D. Baker is the author of the Tales of the Frog Princess series,the Wide-Awake Princess series, the Fairy-Tale Matchmaker series, the Magic Animal Rescue series, and many other delightful books for young readers, including A Question of Magic, Fairy Wings,and Fairy Lies. Her first novel,The Frog Princess, was the inspiration for Disney's hit movie "The Princess and the Frog." She lives with her family and their many animals in Maryland.

      Visit for special giveaways and to learn more about all of E.D. Baker's books! @edbakerbooks

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      “Aislin is unfailingly brave and resourceful . . . Baker's world building is perfectly attuned to young sensibilities as she presents a realm of physical beauty, interspecies harmony, and mixed-race familial love for readers to visit and for Aislin to call home.” —BCCB, on More Than a Princess

      “Aislin's journey to self-acceptance is rewarding, and readers will easily draw parallels between Aislin's world and their own.” —Publishers Weekly, on More Than a Princess

      “Whenever Aislin heads outdoors, [the] author's gift for synthesizing nature and magic comes into play.... A quirky, imaginative tale.” —Kirkus Reviews, on More Than a Princess

      “Self-esteem building in a lively package for younger middle grade readers who enjoy light magical adventure tales.” —School Library Journal, on More Than a Princess

      “Baker (theFrog Princessseries) gives this series starter a familiar, Disney feel, which will engage younger readers, while themes of courage and self-acceptance give it a powerfully positive message.” —Booklist, on More Than a Princess

      “Full of fun and whimsy. A delightful romp through a truly unique fairy tale world!” —Jessica Day George, New York Times bestselling author of Tuesdays at the Castle, on The Fairy-Tale Matchmaker

      “Annie is an enjoyable, independent, and undaunted character, who uses wits and skills rather than spells in her endeavors.” —Kirkus Reviews on A Question of Magic

      “Slyly combines fairy-tale tropes . . . The humor and relationships created by Baker are happily reminiscent of such classics asHowl's Moving Castle.” —Kirkus on A Question of Magic

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    Series: Breaker of Empires
    Scornful Stars Richard Baker
    9780765390790 Paperback FICTION / Science Fiction On Sale Date: December 03, 2019 Print Run: 15000
    $29.99 CAD 5.38 x 8.25 x 0 in | 464 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Tor Books
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      Richard Baker continues his new military science fiction series, Breaker of Empires, with vivid space battles and elements of politics and cultural heritage, picking up whereValiant DustandRestless Lightning have led.

      Now a captain, Sikander Singh North commands the destroyerDecisive,assigned to Zerzura, a haven for piracy and the next playing-board in the Great Game. The Aquilan Commonwealth and the Empire of Dremark vie for the allegiance of local ruler Marid Pasha, a competition with stakes that reach far beyond the sector's pirate-infested limits.

      Sikander must stop the pirate attacks while charting his course between the ambitions of Marid Pasha, a dubious alliance with a shipping magnate, and the inexperience ofDecisive’s crew...a situation that only grows more complicated when an old enemy returns.

      Breaker of Empires
      Valiant Dust
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      RICHARD BAKER is a former United States Navy officer and a well-known game designer as well as the author of several novels, including theNew York Times bestsellerCondemnationand the highly acclaimed The Last Mythal trilogy. His game design credits include the Alternity Science Fiction roleplaying game, and the Axis & Allies Naval Miniatures Game—the bestselling naval wargame.
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      Praise forScornful Stars

      Scornful Stars is a well-written, compelling, if cynical, tale of interstellar military power and colonialism, politics, piracy, and corruption contrasted with duty, a book well worth reading, especially today.”— L.E. Modesitt, Jr., author of the bestselling Reculce Saga

      Praise forValiant Dust

      Kirkus Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Reads November 2017

      The Verge—Science fiction and fantasy books to read this November

      “New and extraordinary . . . Go read this!”—David Weber

      “Fans of C.S. Forrester’s Horatio Hornblower will delight in discovering Baker’s Sikander North.”—RT Book Reviews, starred review

      “Baker's military background only serves to raise this adventure above the rest.”—Kirkus

      “This new series gets a grand start with fine attention to the details of starship engagements and operations, plus plenty of action as well as depth of character.”—Booklist

      Valiant Dustis an excellent example of military SF at its best.” —Mike Stackpole, bestselling author ofRogue Squadron

      “Interesting characters, high attention to detail, diverse cast, [and] nuanced politics.”—Sci-Fi Fan Letter

      “In the finest tradition of Honor Harrington, Black Jack Geary, and Nicholas Seafort . . . an exciting new entry that fans of the genre won’t want to miss.” —Dayton Ward, bestselling author of24: Trial by Fire

      “Intelligent space opera with lots of vivid action . . . sociological novel which examines the problems (on both sides) of a 3rd World aristocrat in a 1st World navy whose hierarchies are equally rigid.” —David Drake, author of the Hammer's Slammers series

      “Intensely satisfying. Bravo! I look forward to more exploits of Sikander North!” —Ed Greenwood, creator of Forgotten Realms™

      “An excellent mix of military action and political intrigue.” —Eric Flint, author of the 1632 series

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    Pivot L. C. Barlow
    9781644280539 Paperback FICTION / Fantasy On Sale Date: October 25, 2019
    $25.50 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0 in | 288 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Rare Bird Books
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      “Beyond good and evil,Pivot juggles archetypes until you’re not sure which ball is airborne and which is still in the author’s hand. A story about cracking free of your intended role in life, as plot and depth travel at the same exceptional speed.” —Josh Malerman, author ofBird Box

      "Suspenseful and delightfully disturbing (...) This is a promising beginning to the Jack Harper trilogy." —Booklist

      “Impressive and arresting prose drives this vivid debut. (...) Barlow’s gorgeous writing will easily propel readers through the rest of the series.” —Publishers Weekly

      From the age of seven, Jack Harper is raised by the leader of a mystical cult, Cyrus Harper. Through Cyrus, Jack receives a full education in all usual subjects—economics, literature, mathematics, history—as well as one unique skill useful to a person in Cyrus's position: assassination. With the help of Roland James, a man incapable of dying, Cyrus hones Jack into the perfect weapon to use against all who oppose him.

      It is not long, however, before Jack discovers that Cyrus and Roland are not the only ones living in Cyrus’s mansion. There, too, exists a mysterious creature in the depths of the house with supposed immortal magic. According to Roland, this creature is responsible for all the miraculous things Jack has witnessed throughout her childhood, including Roland’s resurrection. The creature, potent and powerful, only weakens in the presence of Cyrus’s red velvet box—a dark, enchanted tool that grants Cyrus his invincibility and ensures his reign.

      Lonely and terrified by her life in the cult, under Cyrus's neverending watch, Jack desperately pursues the mysterious being. When they finally meet, her world is turned upside down, as he offers her more than she could have ever expected—the possibility of escape and her own secret, magical power.
      L.C. Barlow is a writer and professor working primarily in the field of speculative fiction. She has an MA in English and MFA in Creative Writing. Her work has been published in various journals, and her fiction has reached over sixty-five thousand readers and garnered multiple awards and praise. Barlow lives in Dallas, TX with her two cats, Smaug and Dusty.
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      “Horrifying yet so compelling. I enjoyed every page!”
      Brienne Dubh,Escapology Reviews

      “I’m not entirely sure how I would describe this book except to say go read it! (...) I enjoyed it immensely and fully recommend.”
      Diary of a Reading Addict

      “Pivot is an exciting, dark, intriguing, and ultimately enjoyable book. The pacing is exciting, and the development of Jack from innocent child to indoctrinated assassin to an aware, empowered young woman is masterfully done.” Book Reviews

      “A brilliant blend of mystery and horror. (...)Pivot is well plotted and the author introduces twists that readers won’t see coming. L.C. Barlow takes readers on a perilous journey, crafting scenes that are emotionally charged and focused and creating characters that are both complex and real.”
      Readers’ Favorite Book reviews (five stars)

      “An engrossing read full of twisted relationships and otherworldly powers. Barlow managed the feat of giving both the characters and the world a sense of depth. The supernatural powers—Cyrus, his enemy the man with stars in his body, and the mysterious red box that gives and takes his abilities—all have a weight and history to them, a sense of rules, that intertwine with the characters relationships in a satisfying way.”
      Antonio Urias, author ofThe Chronicles of Talis

      “An intelligent, beautifully written thriller.”
      —Charles Baker,IndieReader
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    Providence Max Barry
    9780593085172 Hardcover FICTION / Science Fiction On Sale Date: March 31, 2020
    $36.00 CAD 6 x 9 in | 320 pages Carton Quantity: 12 G.P. Putnam's Sons
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      From the ingenious author of Jennifer Government and Lexicon: a brilliant work of science fiction that tells the intimate tale of four people facing their most desperate hour—alone, together, at the edge of the universe.

      The video changed everything. Before that, we could believe that we were safe. Special. Chosen. We thought the universe was a twinkling ocean of opportunity, waiting to be explored.

      Afterward, we knew better.

      Seven years after first contact, Providence Five launches. It is an enormous and deadly warship, built to protect humanity from its greatest ever threat. On board is a crew of just four—tasked with monitoring the ship and reporting the war’s progress to a mesmerized global audience by way of social media.

      But while pursuing the enemy across space, Gilly, Talia, Anders, and Jackson confront the unthinkable: their communications are cut, their ship decreasingly trustworthy and effective. To survive, they must win a fight that is suddenly and terrifyingly real.

      Story Locale: Outer Space
      Max Barry is the author of numerous novels, including Jennifer Government, Company, Machine Man, and Lexicon. He is also the developer of the online nation simulation game NationStates. Prior to his writing career, Barry worked at tech giant HP. He lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his wife and two daughters.

      Author Residence: Melbourne, Australia
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      Praise for Providence

      “An astonishing novel! Providence is Philip K. Dick and William Gibson fueled by pure adrenaline (with a bit of Spielberg and Ridley Scott thrown in). The brilliant, unstoppable imagination of Max Barry glows on every page of this action-filled, yet emotionally resonant, tale. It will keep you riveted from first page till last. I read in one sitting and I guarantee you’ll do the same.”—Jeffery Deaver

      Providence is an absolute treat. Pulls the trick of being both irrepressibly old-school sci-fi and creepingly relevant to the data-driven future.”—Austin Grossman, author of Soon I Will Be Invincible

      “I could not put Providence down until I’d finished it in one thrilling sitting. This is science fiction at its best—a ship so believably alive and characters so determined, flawed, and compelling that you’ll forget you’re not also part of the crew.”—Peng Shepherd, author of The Book of M
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    9781368028554 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Grade (US) from 3 - 7, Reading age from 8 - 12 On Sale Date: December 10, 2019
    $22.49 CAD 5.85 x 8.6 x 1.2 in | 304 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Disney-Hyperion
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      Welcome to Bohring-home to 453 people, 2,053 alligators, and one monster curse.

      Correction: home to 454 people, now that Kick Winter is living in the swamp Hollows with her Grandma Missouri, the town (fake) psychic. Bohring is anything but boring for Kick who has already blown a hole through the kitchen floor, befriended a chicken-eating gator, and discovered that the town's hundred-year curse is upon them.

      It's the Bohring curse and all the kids are about to become monsters-or so the legend goes. People are worried-except for Kick. She knows there's a scientific explanation for everything, especially curses and monsters. But Kick is the new kid in school and she's determined to make a name for herself . . . by pretending to be psychic.

      According to her calculations: one teeny-tiny life + (fake) psychic skills = popularity. But when kids start disappearing and glowing creatures start showing up, Kick's theory quickly evaporates in a puff of foul-smelling swamp gas. Can Kick use her (real) science smarts to prove the curse is a hoax? Or is it just-maybe-sort of-somehow possible the curse is here?

      Author Romily Bernard weaves a fast-paced middle-grade mystery filled with humor and scientific intrigue, set in a perfectly eerie Southern town.
      Romily Bernard is the author of the Munchem Academy books: The Boy Who Knew Too Much and The Girl Who Knew Even More. Bernard graduated from Georgia State University with a literature degree. Her debut young adult book, Find Me, won the Golden Hearts Awards for YA Romance. She lives in Georgia with her husband and daughter. Learn more at

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    Glitch Kingdom Sheena Boekweg
    9781250209795 Hardcover YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Science Fiction Age (years) from 13 - 18 On Sale Date: February 18, 2020 Print Run: 35000
    $24.50 CAD 5.38 x 8.25 x 0 in | 336 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Feiwel & Friends
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      The teenage daughter of an executioner and the traitorous prince she can’t kill must reluctantly join forces to dethrone a paranoid queen after discovering they are trapped in a video game in Sheena Boekweg's fast-paced YA debut,Glitch Kingdom...

      Ryo was the golden boy, the prankster prince, but with one stroke of a pen he has lost everything. Dagney and Grigfen were happy as minor members of the court, but when their father, the king's executioner, is branded a traitor, they each must deal in death in order to survive.. McKenna, queen of the enemy realm, has inherited a mission of conquest by assassination, but worries she's not up to the role.

      But behind the crowns and masks hides a secret… All of these teens are actually players in the newest, shiniest, most immersive virtual reality video game, competing against each other for a highly coveted internship with a prestigious game developer.

      But now this life-changing opportunity has suddenly become a deadly trap. A glitch in the software has locked the players inside the game, and they’ll need to escape before the fantasy world corrupts around them. The only way out is to win.

      Sheena Boekweg, author ofGlitch Kingdom, grew up reading books with tree branches peeking over her shoulder. She studied theatre at Weber State University, married a handsome nerd who taught her about video games, and then had three kids who stole her heart and her controllers. She lives in Utah with her family and the world’s most spoiled puppy.
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    Series: Chronicles of Amicae
    The Monstrous Citadel Mirah Bolender
    9781250169297 Paperback FICTION / Fantasy On Sale Date: November 05, 2019 Print Run: 50000
    $25.99 CAD 6.99 x 9.09 x 1.09 in | 416 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Tor Books
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      The Monstrous Citadelis the sequel to Mirah Bolender'sCity of Broken Magic—a fast-paced, adventure fantasy where a bomb squad defuses the magic weapons of a long forgotten war.

      Polygon—17 New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books to Check Out This November

      Amicae, City of Sweepers, survived the Falling Infestation which nearly destroyed it thanks to the efforts of Laura and Okane. While the ancient monsters have been beaten back for the moment, new and more monstrous dangers face them in the form of belligerent bureaucracy, dangerous gangs, grasping Sweepers bent on personal glory . . .

      And Rex, the City of Kings, who breed their own kind of monstrosity.

      Laura and Okane must go to Rex to reclaim the secret weaponry that keeps Amicae safe and come face to face with a horrifying truth about the Rex and their designs on all of Orien's cities.

      Chronicles of Amicae
      City of Broken Magic
      The Monstrous Citadel

      MIRAH BOLENDER graduated with majors in creative writing and art in May 2014. A lifelong traveler, she has traveled and studied overseas, most notably in Japan, and these experiences leak into her work. Her debut novel, and first in her Amicae Chronicles, isCity of Broken Magic. She currently lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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    • Awards & Reviews


      Praise forThe Monstrous Citadel

      “Intricately crafted and exhilarating, this is a worthy continuation of the series.”—Publishers Weekly

      Praise forCity of Broken Magic

      “This debut builds a fascinating setting that readers will want to keep coming back to.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

      “[A] fascinating debut…Readers will be antsy for the next installment.”—Library Journal

      “An enjoyable, anime-influenced romp.”—Locus

      “With complex characters, political intrigue, and discussion of feminism and the caste system…[r]eaders will enjoyCity of Broken Magic and its fresh spin on the fantasy genre.”—Booklist

      “[A] fast-paced, exciting ride. And an entertaining one.”—

      City of Broken Magic shines most brightly in the interactions between the three Sweepers, and fantasy fans will hope for more exploits in Amicae.”—Shelf Awareness

      “[I]ncredible attention to detail.”—BookPage

      “[F]ull of enough action and intrigue to keep you on the edge of your seat all night long.”—The Arched Doorway

      “[F]antasy fans will hope for more exploits in Amicae.”—Infinite Reads

      “Terrifying shadow monsters haunt a vividly rendered working-class present with the sins of generations past. A thrilling ride, with promise of deeper mysteries to come.”—Max Gladstone, Hugo Award Finalist

      City of Broken Magicexplores what happens after the familiar heroes have gone, and the importance of those who remain to begin again.”—Fran Wilde, Hugo and Nebula finalist, award winning author of The Bone Universe.

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