The Polite Act of Drowning is an immersive, heady, and satisfying coming-of-age novel.
Plus Primadonna Festival shenanigans.
13 Doors is jam-packed with delightfully spooky stories and unnerving experiences, bound together by a well-executed premise.
Scrap is uplifting and heart-warming without being saccharine.
Danged Black Thing is an inventive, wide-ranging, and often unsettling short story collection.
One is thrilling, comprehensive, and more than a little scary.
The Water Child is vivid, compelling, and subtly creepy.
Salt & Skin is beautiful, brutal, and multi-layered.
The Three of Us is entertaining, engaging, and refreshingly unconventional.
You Can't See Me is addictive, absorbing, and complex.