Here are some of the most exciting (and hopefully good) books of November 2017. Add your own oooh shinies to our Goodreads list and let us know in the comments which book you look forward to reading the most!


Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance
Ruth Emmie Long

Orphaned, raised by wolves, and the proud owner of a horned pig named Merlin, Weylyn Grey knows he isn’t like other people. But when he single-handedly stopped a tornado on a stormy Christmas day in Oklahoma, he realizes just how different he actually is.


Andy Weir

Jazz is a criminal, living in the first and only city on the moon. As a smuggler, she barely gets by, but when the perfect crime presents itself, Jazz gets into more trouble than she bargained for.


Krysten Ritter

Abby’s an environmental lawyer that returns to her small hometown in Indiana for a new case. When the case becomes similar to the town’s biggest scandal and disappearance of a popular girl and her friends, Abby discovers a strange ritual called ‘The Game’.


Little Broken Things
Nicole Baart

Quinn gets a mysterious message from her sister Nora who says I have something for you. This ‘something’ turns out to be a little girl that Nora leaves with her sister before disappearing again.


Future Home of the Living God
Louise Erdrich

Life as we know it is ending when women start to give birth to primitive species of humans. Cedar is four months pregnant and looking for her biological parents, all the while trying to martial law and violence around her.


Myriam Gurba

Blending radical formal fluidity and caustic humor, Mean turns what might be tragic into piercing, revealing comedy. This is a confident, funny, brassy book that takes the cost of sexual assault, racism, misogyny, and homophobia deadly seriously.


Here We Are Now
Jasmine Warga

When Taliah’s absent father shows up out of nowhere to take her to meet family, she betrays the trust of her mother and finds out things about her parents, she’d rather not know.


The City of Brass
S.A. Chakraborty

Nahri is a con woman who performs tricks but doesn’t believe in actual magic. This changes when she accidentally summons a djinn who points her towards the legendary and enchanted city of brass.


The Witch Boy
Molly Ostertag

In Aster’s family girls are raised to be witches and boys to be shapeshifters. Aster turned 13 and he hasn’t shifted yet, and his fascination for magic isn’t helping, no matter how forbidden it might be.


The Revolution of Marina M.
Janet Fitch

Marina Makarova is a young Russian woman of privilege who aches to break free of the constraints of her genteel life, a life about to be violently upended by the vast forces of history. Swept up on these tides, Marina will join the marches for workers’ rights, fall in love with a radical young poet, and betray everything she holds dear, before being betrayed in turn.


Wonder Valley
Ivy Pochoda

When a teen runs away from his father’s mysterious commune, he sets in motion a domino effect that will connect six characters desperate for hope and love, set across the sun-bleached canvas of Los Angeles.


Houses of Ravicka
Renee Gladman

Ravicka’s comptroller, author of Regulating the Book of Regulations, seems to have lost a house. It is not where it’s supposed to be, though an invisible house on the far side of town, which corresponds to the missing house, remains appropriately invisible. Inside that house, a nameless Ravickian considers how she came to the life she is living and investigates the deep history of Ravicka.


Heather, the Totality
Matthew Weiner

Heather is the bright center of the Breakstone family. She’s beautiful and entrancing, but as Heather grows, her radiance starts to attract a darker interest.


Joan Silber

One of our most gifted writers of fiction returns with a bold and piercing novel about a young single mother living in New York, her eccentric aunt, and the decisions they make that have unexpected implications for the world around them.


Radio Free Vermont
Bill McKibben

The host of Radio Free Vermont uses his radio show for the radical idea of Vermont seceding from the United States.


Anna Kavan

A new print run of the classic sci-fi novel Ice, where the narrator and the Warden search for an elusive girl in a frozen, seemingly post-nuclear apocalyptic landscape.


The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night
Jen Campbell

A collection of twelve haunting stories, modern fairy tales brimming with magic, outsiders, and lost souls.

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Bored to Death book club is set up by two sisters who love to read and have nothing better to do than to start a book club.

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