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Crosshairs: A Novel Paperback – Deckle Edge, Sept. 1 2020

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  • Paperback : 304 pages
  • Product Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.93 x 22.86 cm
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1443459723
  • ISBN-10 : 1443459720
  • Item Weight : 340 g
  • Publisher : HarperAvenue (Sept. 1 2020)
  • Language: : English
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Crosshairs made me shiver. It troubled my dreams. Still, I could not put down this dystopia. It was utterly compelling. Catherine Hernandez prophesies Canadian genocide against queer, Black, brown and Indigenous folks. At the same time, she inspires the reader with her depiction of a resistance full of characters who—even in the face of hatred and complacency—show love, pride, endurance, courage and who insist on living to the very last breath.”  (Lawrence Hill, bestselling author of The Illegal and The Book of Negroes)

Crosshairs is a blistering page-turner. One can describe it as dystopic fiction, but Catherine Hernandez is presenting us with something much more prescient to consider. The novel acts as a provocation and a challenge for readers to locate themselves. Crosshairs offers a glance into a world that is possible if we continue on a trajectory that is frightfully present. Most importantly, Crosshairs asks us what we will do to resist and build a better future when faced with such momentous and dangerous times.” (Carrianne Leung, award-winning author of That Time I Loved You)

“A beautiful, unapologetic, and unwatered-down burst of fury against cis white supremacy and tyrannical power systems, centered around a main cast that must be fiercely protected. Hernandez writes the best kind of dystopian story, one that holds a sobering mirror up to our own world. Let this book haunt you.” (Marie Lu, New York Times bestselling author of the Legend Series)

“In Crosshairs, Catherine Hernandez shapes a world at once fantastical and familiar, remarkable and relatable. . . .The result is a sparkling but devastating novel about corporate and state cruelty, individual as well as community sacrifice, and queer Black and Brown kinship that must be protected at all costs. Timely, unapologetic, complicated.”  (Jenny Heijun Wills, award-winning author of Older Sister, Not Necessarily Related)

"Crosshairs is both unnervingly prescient and undeniably profound. A harrowing work that's as much a battle cry as a ballad for the erased, and we should all be listening." (V.E. Schwab, New York Times bestselling author of A Darker Shade of Magic )

  • Finalist for the City of Toronto Book Awards 2017
  • Finalist for the Edmund White Debut Fiction Award 2018
  • Finalist for the Half the World Global Literary Award 2017
  • Finalist for the Trillium Award
  • Finalist, Ontario Library Association Forest of Reading Evergreen Award 2018
  • Longlisted for Canada Reads 2018
  • A Globe & Mail, National Post, and Quill & Quire Best Book of the Year
  • A Top Ten Audible Book 2017
  • A CBC Books Writer to Watch 2017
  • Queen's Reads Selection 2018
(AWARDS FOR SCARBOROUGH)

“Rooted from within the worldview and place it portrays, Scarborough is an intimate portrait of a community with all its nuances and desires deftly captured ... Brick by brick, life by life, Scarborough delivers an orchestral impact, one small, beautiful voice at a time.” (Jury Citation, Toronto Book Awards)

“In her dexterous debut, Catherine Hernandez powerfully centres the margins by interlacing narratives that spotlight the beauty that thrives beyond the big city." (Vivek Shraya, author of I’m Afraid of Men)

Scarborough marks the arrival of a fierce new voice in Canadian fiction. Hernandez has rendered one of the most vibrant portraits of contemporary suburbia I've yet encountered.” (Jordan Tannahill, author of Liminal)

Scarborough is raw yet beautiful, disturbing yet hopeful ... it also gives voice to people whose stories are often unheard, making this an important book that deserves a wide audience.” (Booklist)

About the Author

CATHERINE HERNANDEZ is a proud queer woman of colour, a radical mother, a theatre practitioner, an award-winning author and the artistic director of b current performing arts. She is of Filipino, Spanish, Chinese and Indian heritage, and she is married into the Navajo Nation. Her novel Scarborough, which is soon to be a motion picture, won the Jim Wong-Chu Award for the unpublished manuscript; was a finalist for the Toronto Book Award, the Evergreen Forest of Reading Award, the Edmund White Award and the Trillium Book Award; and was longlisted for Canada Reads. She has also written the plays Singkil and Kilt Pins, as well as the children’s book M Is for Mustache: A Pride ABC Book. Crosshairs is her second novel. She lives in Toronto.