Meet Celaena Sardothien: infamous yet mysterious assassin by the age of 18. In a delicate dance of politics and her own temper, she must compete to fight for the fair of the King, the very one who sent her to certain death in the first place.
This is the first in an incredible series about a young woman pressed to save her life, in order to save the world.
These events all took place at our Rutland store.
Join us during Friday Night Live for a meet and greet and book signing with Stefanie Schaffer, author of the inspirining memoir, Without Any Warning: Casualties of a Caribbean Vacation, a first-hand account of the accident that changed her life—both physically and emotionally.
Read Time is a Mother when you:
1. Require a reset like an arrow to your apple, blindfolded and gasping
2. Desire gravel-like goosebumps,
3. Seek a ladder of language to climb ever higher
Rarely do I love a character as much as I loved ST, the wise-cracking crow who acts as our tour guide through this zombie apocalypse. Buxton's writing is hilarious, warm, and moving. I genuinely laughed and cried.
A fantasy novel unlike any other! Leckie weaves politics, history, and magic into a smart and twisty mystery, but it's the story's brilliantly unique narration that will keep you hooked.
It’s 1585 and Christopher Marlowe is in his final year at Cambridge. Queen Elizabeth’s spymaster approaches him to spy on Mary ex-Queen of Scots as she plots to seize the throne from Elizabeth. Clever, witty, and funny, the author leads us on a wild romp!
This book is gold if you are hoping to understand the complex impacts of trauma aka if you are attempting to understand the complexities of being human. The science is explained so well and you come out the other side with a deeper sense of self.
"Love Between Equals" uses science spiked spirituality to teach you how to turn personal love into true love. When reading this lovely set of instructions, I had so many "aha" moment, and so will you if you pick it up!
Nothing But Blackened Teeth has a vicious, lingering bite. Don't be fooled by its short page count -- Cassandra Khaw uses their beautiful, brutal writing style to full effect, creating a pitch-dark horror story that still makes me think twice about turning off the lights. Not every monster in this book is supernatural, though, and Khaw's representation of friendships turned sour is equally haunting. You'll want a strong stomach for this one, too -- Khaw doesn't hold back.