Palahniuk’s back with a dark, satirical commentary on the entertainment business and the machine that grinds the sheen
Panatier paints a refreshing, original dystopia that’s going to get your blood pumping (sorry).
Lauren Beukes is back with her latest novel Afterland – a post-pandemic masterclass in pacing, with characters you’re going to want to hang out with, go for beers with, cry with.
Beautiful and quietly disturbing, The Memory Police is a book you’ll want to linger over.
Oh brings us a a beautiful, touching, tragic yet hopeful journey into space, and I want more.
Kraus brings Romero’s zombie novel to life, in what can’t help but be a classic of the genre.
Long story short – go read all of Tremblay’s books.
The Lives of Tao drags a reluctant hero into an alien war, and I gotta say that it sounds like hard work becoming a secret agent.
Hendrix gives us a brilliant, smart ode to the ’80s, a tender coming-of-age story drenched in horror, with brilliant moments of comedy.