Underground, by June Hutton
A moving, visceral exploration of one man's journey of recovery after suffering shell-shock during the Great War.
The Last Wish, by Andrzej Sapkowski
Sends up plenty of fairy tale tropes with wit and flair, but ultimately left both its timelines less resolved than I prefer.
A Walk Through A Window, by kc dyer
Darby Christopher, unhappy about being shunted off to her grandparents' in PEI for the summer, gets an unexpected lesson about being open to new places and other people's troubles, all while learning a bit about her ancestors' journey to Canada.
Zoë's Tale, by John Scalzi (Hugo voter packet)
A retelling of the events of The Last Colony from teenage Zoë Boutin-Perry's point of view. If this book doesn't bring a few more girls into the SF fold, I don't know what will. Made me laugh. Made me cry. Can't ask for much more.