York Times bestselling father/son collaboration that
“barrels along like a freight train” (Publishers Weekly), Stephen King
and Owen King tell the highest of high-stakes stories: what might
happen if women disappeared from the world of men?
New York Times
bestselling author and master of horror Stephen King teams up with
Bev Vincent to present a terrifying collection of short stories
that tap into one of King’s greatest fears—air travel—featuring
brand-new stories by King as well as Joe Hill, in addition to
fourteen classic tales and one poem from the likes of Richard
Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, and Dan Simmons.
has been almost a year since humanity engaged in its destructive
first contact with a theocratic military alliance of alien races
known as the Covenant. The only hope lies with the Spartans:
enhanced super-soldiers trained via a clandestine black-ops
project to be living weapons.
exciting science fiction adventure from William Shatner—famous
for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek—about the intrepid,
eighty-year-old FBI deputy director Samuel Lord and his quest to
stop the Chinese from using a weapon that (unknown to them) could
you up to this month? We’re hoping you’ve got your nose in our
September Book Club Favorites pick—In
the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende! We know, it’s a
bit too early to be thinking about winter, but this heartwarming,
sweeping novel explores timely issues and you’re going to be talking
about it year-round.
with the riveting conversation in our Book Club Favorites Facebook Group. We’ll be chatting
about the September pick—and all the fantastic reads below—all month
If your book club loved Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West, you
must make Samuel Park’s The
Caregiver your next pick. The Caregiver is an emotionally
charged tale spanning 1970s Rio de Janeiro to California about a
daughter who unearths the hidden life of her enigmatic mother.
Samuel Park’s novel asks us to investigate who we are—as children
and parents, immigrants and citizens, and ultimately, humans
looking for vital connectivity.
For readers of:Exit West, The Kite Runner,
The Book of
Unknown Americans, and Girl in Translation
A splendid mix of The Mists of Avalon and your
favorite Philippa Gregory novel, The
Lost Queen has it all: romance, bloodshed, and
betrayal. This thrilling read reveals the untold story of
Languoreth—a forgotten queen of sixth-century Scotland and twin
sister of the man who inspired the legend of Merlin. The Lost Queen
is the first of a trilogy, so make sure your book club stays up to
date on this spellbinding saga.
readers of:The Essex Serpent, Pillars of the Earth,
The Other Boleyn
Girl, and Outlander
Jean Thompson’s newest novel A Cloud in the Shape of a
Girl touches on the very themes that made her novel, The Year We Left Home,
a book club staple. Evelyn, Laura, and Grace are the glue that
binds their family together. Tethered to their small Midwestern
town—by choice or chance—Jean Thompson seamlessly weaves together
the stories of these women with humanity and elegance.