Haunting and humanizing accounts of real-life events make these titles spine-chillingly good. Combining compelling tales of unsolved murder with a journalistic narrative makes readers feel as though they are in the very moment.
Parenthood, sibling rivalry, and (of course) love. Replace trips to the Darcy mansion with boozy family holidays and rainy carriage rides with disastrous ski vacations, and we've got ourselves a modern day coming-of-age classic.
Heroically ambitious storytelling that peers down the wrong side of the tracks. Using multiple-perspective storytelling to capture the loneliness and violence of a community and era, they're utterly impossible to put down.
A book to get even the most reluctant of readers on-board. The storytelling explores life on the cusp of adulthood with a character that is poignantly clever, funny, self-destructive, and utterly fascinating.
Mixing the scientific with the heartfelt, Kiernan uses unmatched imagination and storytelling that make The Curiosity just as thought-provoking, powerful, and breathtakingly beautiful as a classic we know and love.