M.T. Edvardsson's second novel doesn't disappoint.
A sublime compilation by one of the most distinguished authors of our times.
Up there among the genre's best.
Can the word change the world?
A fine debut by Julia Bartz.
A clinical study on the birth and rise of a radical Neo-nazi individual in post-WW2 Iceland.
An erudite, diligent examination on the eternal problem of evil.
A daring, provocative take on the autofiction genre.
An unsettling piece of dark fiction as well as a memorable read for fans of horror fiction.
A genre-transcending little gem of a novel.