No Gods, No Monsters

An epic, meta, Caribbean-inspired fantasy.

— Booklist (Starred review)

One October morning, Laina gets the news that her brother has been shot and killed by Boston cops. But what looks like a case of police brutality soon reveals something much stranger. Monsters are real. And they want everyone to know it.

As creatures from myth and legend come out of the shadows, seeking safety through visibility, their emergence sets off a chain of seemingly unrelated events.

At the center is a mystery no one thinks to ask: Why now? What has frightened the monsters out of the dark?

The world will soon find out.

Praise for No Gods, No Monsters

Turnbull delves into the complexities of injustice and identity in this powerhouse contemporary fantasy.

— Publishers Weekly (Starred review)

Turnbull’s sophomore work (after The Lesson) puts him at the top of the field of fantasy literary fiction. It reveals social faults with insightful commentary and intriguing characters.

— Library Journal (Starred review)

This is a deeply human story, beautifully and compellingly told.

— Kirkus Review (Starred Review)