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85 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 21, 2023 – January 1, 2024

Closing out 2023 with Brandon Sanderson heading ever skyward, 3(!) studies of British royal life through the centuries, and Heartstopper!

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Books for fans of The Hunger Games

Dystopian fiction featuring teenagers fighting for their lives—against odds that are never in their favour. For readers from any of the 12 districts.

Kobo in Conversation

Sean Michaels, live at TIFA 2023

Nathan spoke with Sean Michaels at the Toronto International Festival of Authors about using AI to write parts of his novel, Do You Remember Being Born?

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Novels by trans and non-binary writers

These books by transgender and nonbinary authors range from sci-fi to literary fiction to mystery to YA, and everything in between.

Author Interviews

From Iris Visser, with Love

Iris Visser is the author of the novel From New York, with Love. We spoke with her about how she chooses settings and what she’s learned about her readers.

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Stories of magic and discovery for fans of Harry Potter

Just like your favourite tales of mystery and adventure at Hogwarts, these fantastical stories will make you believe in magic again.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

107 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 7 - 20, 2023

The sequel to The Fourth Wing, exposés of Twitter and Facebook, Megan Fox' poetry (and advice?), plus memoirs from Black Thought, Geddy Lee, and Barbra!

Big Ideas in Books

The greatest novels of the 20th century's wars

Since even before Homer's Iliad, we've been telling each other war stories. Here we present recent and classic books about the wars of the 20th century.

Author Interviews

Liz Nugent, author of Strange Sally Diamond

Thriller writer Liz Nugent, author of Unraveling Oliver, Lying in Wait, and Little Cruelties, talks to Kobo about her newest book, Strange Sally Diamond.

Kobo in Conversation

Waubgeshig Rice on finding renewal at the end of the world

Nathan welcomed Waubgeshig Rice to the Kobo studio to talk about his post-apocalyptic novel Moon of the Turning Leaves.

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