Some of the most powerful reading experiences are the ones that refuse to fit into just one pigeonhole. They defy categorization, because they’re both life-changing and label-breaking. Don’t believe me? Here are 11 books that are so incredibly good, they can’t be constrained to just one genre.
We told you a while back about the "Neil Gaiman meets Thomas Pynchon" novel Swell by Corwin Ericson — and now it's finally been published. Are you ready for Whalepunk?
When we saw Corwin Ericson's Swell, just accepted for publication, described as "Neil Gaiman's American Gods meets John Barth's Giles Goatboy," we had to find out more. And what we discovered involved terrible technological crimes against whales.