A compelling, funny story of twins growing together and apart in a world of words (and in New York City). This book is perfect for the language-lover in your life.
Wall has created some of the most believable, best-drawn characters I have ever read about. Their backgrounds may be disparate, but they come together--and stick together--because of love, ideology, and family.
This is a slow-burning, thoughtful meditation on relationships, selfhood, and caregiving of many kinds. It's so easy to get lost in Savage's beautiful language.
What happens when the children who fall through doors to other worlds make it back to reality? In short: otherworldly PTSD. The novellas in the Wayward Children series are perfectly bite-sized fairy tales with a healthy dose of the macabre.
Curl up with a blanket and a hot drink to enjoy this spooky, sexy opening chapter to a new favorite fantasy saga.
These stories are intensely readable, and I was hooked even as my teeth ground together in disgust, even as my jaw dropped in horror. Explorations of power, gender, and control that range from fairy tale to ultra-realism.
In a society of warring time-hoppers, enemies Red and Blue pen lengthy letters and tuck them into the nooks and crannies of their battlefields: in feathers, rivers, flames. What begins as a challenge between fighters evolves, through El-Mohtar and Gladstone's beautiful prose, into a tender struggle to be together beyond the parameters of time and space.