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Genre Defying Books

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Psychology of Time Travel

The world is changing, everything seems to be breaking free of the system….even our books! Here are some of our recent ‘genre-defying’ favourites that we haven’t been able to fit into any mould we’ve seen so far.

The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas

This weirdly dazzling book follows the different perspectives of women involved in the world of time travel. The before and after of an impossible murder, and the befuddling effects that bouncing back and forth between time periods has on their minds and moral codes. This is definitely a brain twister!

The boneless Mercies

The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke 

Loving fantasy fiction as much as we do? This one takes it even further with a group of unique, powerful, and somewhat scary female mercenaries. This time, they’re not the ones who support and heal the heroes...they’re the ones seeking glory...

Hollow Kingdom

 Hollow Kingdom by Kira Jane Buxton

Maybe you’ve wondered to yourself, a time or two, who would be the one to stop an apocalypse? We have your answer: a foul-mouthed pet crow. This book follows the bird’s ridiculous perspective of humanity, and the measures he takes to save it.

Once Upon a River

Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

This is an eerily mystical tale of a young girl who’s brought into a village, dead. Don’t worry, she comes back to life, How, you may ask? Well, the people in the village are asking the same question, especially when this incident seems to strangely impact all their lives, revisiting those dusty skeletons hidden in their closets. 

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