A disappointing, shallow attempt to copy George R.R. Martin’s scope and still write high school romance.
A mediocre urban fantasy.
An engaging story about love and marriage, done in the signature Rowell style. Fun fact: if you put Rowell’s books on your shelf in publication order, they will also be in alphabetical order. This pleases me.
More like Toby Daye than InCryptid in tone; still awesome.
A sweet middle-grade fairy tale.
A debut work by an author to watch.
A mysterious boarding school adventure.