More New Releases!

We had an abundance of new releases this week that we couldn’t fit them all in one post! Check out more new releases from this week below!

The latest graphic novel from horror mastermind Junji Ito, Sensor follows a mysterious young woman who follows an invitation from a stranger to join him in a nearby village. Upon arrival, countless unidentified flying objects begin raining down on the citizens – a prelude to more terror sure to come.

Lobizona, a young adult novel and the first in a series by Romina Garber, introduces us to Manuela, or as she is better known, Manu. Undocumented and on the run from her paternal Argentine crime family, Manu spends her time in a small Miami apartment. Following a series of devastating events that leave her with more questions than answers, Manu begins investigating her past using a mysterious “Z” emblem as a starting point. Combining social justice themes with Argentine folklore, follow along as Manu uncovers her story and traces her heritage back to Argentina.

The latest novel from Mexican Gothic‘s Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Velvet Was the Night centers on Maite, a secretary living in 1970s Mexico City. As student protests and political unrest upend the city, Maite’s neighbor, the mysterious art student Leonora, goes missing. Maite goes in search of Leonora, uncovering her secret life of student radicals and dissidents. She looks for Leonora alongside Elvis, a gangster hired to find Leonora at the behest of his shady boss. As they close in Leonora, Maite finds herself in the kinds of passion and danger she only read about in her favorite romance novels.

The Infinite and The Divine is a sci-fi adventure by Robert Rath and a companion to the popular Warhammer 40,000 tabletop game. In this novelization, necrons Trazyn the Infinite and Orikan the Divine were polar opposites. When an important artifact emerges that may hold the key to the necrons’ next evolution, the ensuing fight between Trazyn and Orikan sets off a multi-millennia chase to find the answers. The big question? Will their fight save the necrons, or destroy them?

Battle Royal by Lucy Parker is a romantic comedy set in the high-stakes world of baking. When Sylvie Fairchild first met Dominic De Vere, she was a contestant on “Operation Cake” where Dominic was a judge – and no fan of Sylvie’s. Now Sylvie runs her own popular bakery and “Operation Cake” has come calling – along with a royal once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Sylvie’s quirky confections caught Princess Rose’s attention, but the palace prefers reliable Dominic’s style. Who will come out on top? I guess you’ll have to read the book to find out!

Another romantic comedy! Farrah Rochon’s The Dating Playbook introduces readers to Taylor Powell, a personal trainer at the top of her game professionally but financially stuck in the minor leagues. Enter Jamar Dixon, a former footballer who wants Taylor to get him back in NFL shape – but she can’t tell anyone. When the two are accidentally outed as a couple, chaos ensues and Taylor’s game plan is turned upside down.

Me (Moth) by Amber McBride is a young adult novel told in verse. Part coming-of-age, part ghost story, main character Moth feels lost and alone until she meets Sani, a boy feeling similarly lost and uprooted. Together, they embark on a road trip to track down answers about their respective ancestral roots.

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