Kevin Wilson previous novel, The Family Fang, was a New York Times bestseller and a best book of the year in Time, People, Salon, and Esquire. It was praised as “Breathtakingly wonderful,” by The Miami Herald, and “Winningly bizarre,” by Vanity Fair. In Nothing to See Here (HarperCollins), a woman finds meaning in her life when she begins caring for two children with remarkable and disturbing abilities. A friend pleads with Lillian to care for her twin stepchildren. There’s also a catch: the twins spontaneously combust when they get agitated, flames igniting from their skin in a startling but beautiful way. Over the course of one humid, demanding summer, Lillian and the twins learn to trust each other — and Lillian begins to accept that she needs these children as much as they need her. Call it an unusual story of parental love.