Books by Stephen Graham Jones and Complete Book Reviews

Stephen Graham Jones. Tor.com, $11.99 trade paper (144p) ISBN 978-1-250-75206-2
Jones (The Only Good Indians) tiptoes the border between supernatural and psychological horror in this weird and wild novella. Sawyer Grimes is one of five bored teens who decide to pose a discarded store mannequin as though it’s a real patron in a...
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Stephen Graham Jones. Samhain, $5.50 e-book (275p) ISBN 978-1-61921-723-2
Jones (Zombie Bake-Off) invigorates the crowded fictional zombiescape with laconically disillusioned characters whose story recalls Camus’s The Plague more than Brooks’s World War Z. With no grand battles or gory preamble, the story opens 10 years...
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Stephen Graham Jones, Prime (www.prime-books.com), $24.95 (256p) ISBN 978-1-60701-235-1
Thirteen horror stories, most originally published between 2005 and 2010, make up Native American writer Jones's second collection (after 2005's Bleed into Me). Several stories feature children coming of age: in "Father, Son, Holy Rabbit," a father...
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Stephen Graham Jones, Author . Univ. of Nebraska $22 (160p) ISBN 978-0-8032-2605-0
Jones paints a bleak picture in this collection about Native American men struggling to break the circle of violence, alcoholism and broken families that circumscribes their lives. "Halloween," the opening short short, sets the tone: a...
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Stephen Graham Jones. Tor.com, $2.99 ISBN 978-0-7653-9509-2
Jones’s neat little horror novella balances an energetic narrative with larger explorations of the inescapable burdens of family ties. A young boy, Junior, who’s dealing with his brother’s deteriorating mental condition and constant seizures, begins
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Stephen Graham Jones. Morrow, $24.99 (320p) ISBN 978-0-06-241269-0
In this lyrical but meandering novel, Jones (After the People Lights Have Gone Off) delicately portrays the coming of age of a young boy growing up in a family of werewolves. Throughout the novel, the unnamed narrator and his aunt, Libby, and uncle,
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Stephen Graham Jones. MP Publishing (www.mppublishingusa.com), $14.95 trade paper (264p) ISBN 978-1-84982-154-4
Jones combines memoir and mystery in his latest novel (after Zombie Bake-Off), returning to his hometown of Greenwood, Texas, to explore a decades-old crime that would rend a community irrevocably asunder. In 1985, when the author is just 12 years...
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P.T. Jones. ChiZine/ChiTeen (Diamond, dist.), $12.99 trade paper (250p) ISBN 978-1-77148-173-1
Writing as P.T. Jones, authors Stephen Graham Jones (Flushboy) and Paul Tremblay (Swallowing a Donkey’s Eye) deliver an unusual tale that straddles the border between magic realism and weird science. Fourteen-year-old Mary’s quiet life is disrupted...
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Stephen Graham Jones, Author, S. Jones, Author . Rugged Land $23.95 (354p) ISBN 978-1-59071-008-1
This second novel by Jones (The Fast Red Road: A Plainsong) follows Texas Deputy Sheriff Jim Doe in his chase after the Tin Man, a sociopath who has been abducting Indian children in the heartland for a decade. Jones, who is a member of the...
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Edited by Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe. Saga, $24.99 (368p) ISBN 978-1-4814-6239-6
Wolfe and Parisien (Robots vs. Fairies) have compiled an impressively varied compendium of myth reimaginings by numerous well-known speculative fiction writers. Rebecca Roanhorse riffs on the ever-present danger of obsessive love in the futuristic “A
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Stephen Graham Jones. Saga, $27.99 (464p) ISBN 978-1-982186-59-3
Jade Daniels and her encyclopedic knowledge of slasher films return for another blood-soaked romp in Jones’s superb sequel to My Heart Is a Chainsaw. It’s been four years since Jade—now going by Jennifer—survived the Independence Day Massacre that...
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Stephen Graham Jones. Saga, $26.99 (320p) ISBN 978-1-982136-45-1
Jones (Mapping the Interior) spins a sharp, remarkable horror story out of a crisis of cultural identity. Lewis and his three childhood friends, now in their 30s, have all moved away from the soul-sucking depression of the Blackfeet Reservation...
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Stephen Graham Jones. Saga, $26.99 (416p) ISBN 978-1-982137-63-2
Jones (The Only Good Indians) expertly mixes the frightening and the funny in this no-holds-barred homage to classic horror tropes written under the heady influence of splatter films. Its outsider heroine is Jade Daniels, an affectionately cheeky 17-
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Stephen Graham Jones and Maria Wolf. Univ. of New Mexico, $24.95 trade paper (112p) ISBN 978-0-8263-6323-7
A Blackfeet Native soldier returns from Afghanistan to discover a different kind of war waiting in this rushed-feeling road-revenge comic from horror maestro Jones (My Heart Is a Chainsaw). After punching out his commanding officer, Cooper Town gets
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