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We are so excited to celebrate Latinx authors, and the contributions they make to the literary world!
In fraught times, it is important to celebrate the diversity that truly makes this country great. And I may be biased as a bookseller, but what better way to celebrate than to read? This list pulls from lots of genres and experiences -- from hard-hitting, topical memoirs, to delicious gothic spook-fests, to fun, vibrant romance. Pick up any of these, whether you're looking to see yourself represented, or to gain insight into an experience outside your own!
Want some tips for what to read next? Find one of us whose tastes match yours, or explore new horizons with something you might never have picked up on your own. If you are store-side, come talk to us and experience our enthusiasm firsthand.
The Clockwork Plague can scar and maim you for life, turn you into a zombie, or cause you to become a mad scientist. The Plague has ravaged Alice Michaels' family, leaving only herself untouched. Desperate to save her family's name and fortune, Alice is prepared to sacrifice her future happiness, but her talents may be needed elsewhere.
I set out to re-read The Three Musketeers and then I found theTraitor's Blade. No offense to Dumas, but I count this as a win. Traitor's Blade is one part wit, two parts action, and three parts valorous hero. This book is for fans of Michael Sullivan's Theft of Swords series or Scott Lynch's Lies of Locke Lamora.
Griffith, the Seattle-based author of bestselling fantasy novel Hild, has given us a compulsive literary thriller and an important contribution to disability literature in this breathless new novel.