As we enter the final lap here, with The Book of Mishaps releasing next week ( ahhhhh), I figured it was a great time to do one more pre-release roundup.
I published trip information and where to get signed copies already, buuuut– if you desired to buy signed copies in the UK, then I have that info readily available, as well:
Lets see, what else?
A starred review from Booklist:
” Wendig has actually made a scary story that feels at advanced and once old-fashioned, masterfully taking a familiar scenario and shaking it up to destructive result. More evidence, if evidence were still needed, that Wendig is a force to be considered across categories.”
And a starred review from Library Journal:
I hope youll think about pre-ordering the book or asking your library to carry it. Its weird to release a book during a pandemic and Im still … not completely sure how Im doing on that front. And its an intensely personal book, to boot, a heart-on-sleeve kind of unique, so hopefully it connects and individuals discover their heart is there in the book, too.
” Wendigs most current is a vibrant, excellent unique with fierce intelligence and a generous, thrumming heart; this is the author writing at the height of his powers. Its intimate and breathtaking. Its wonderful and humane. Its a world-hopping, time-jumping trip that loads a deep psychological punch.
And tonight Im a part of the virtual Random House Open House, doing a panel about hot new summer reads– you can find details here on how to go to!
The audiobook is narrated by Xe Sands and George Newbern– readily available here.
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… blends scary, dream, and small-town family drama in an ambitious legendary that covers both a wide variety of worlds and the interior area of the human heart. This ones essential.”
I hope youll think about pre-ordering the book or asking your library to bring it. Its unusual to introduce a book throughout a pandemic and Im still … not totally sure how Im doing on that front. And its an extremely individual book, to boot, a heart-on-sleeve kind of unique, so hopefully it links and people find their heart is there in the book, too. Thanks, and hope you delight in the book. One more week.