Tananarive Due's The Between is getting a re-release just in time for All Hallows' Eve.

Halloween is almost here, and Emma Roberts' Belletrist book club is getting in the festive spirit.

EW can exclusively announce — and debut the trailer for — the Belletrist + BookClub October pick, Tananarive Due's The Between. Due is one of the leading voices in Black speculative fiction, and The Between, which was originally published in 1995, is being re-released Tuesday by HarperCollins, with a new cover and an audiobook version.

The genre-bending sci-fi/horror title is the perfect pick for spooky season. It follows Hilton, a man who cheated death when his grandmother pulled him from the ocean as a boy, saving him from drowning and sacrificing her own life in the process. But 30 years later, he fears death is finally catching up with him.

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Hilton's wife, the only elected African American judge in Dade County, Fla., is receiving racist hate mail from a man she once prosecuted, and Hilton is plagued by horrific nightmares. Caught between a stalker out to get his family and the unseen force haunting his sleep, his grip on reality becomes increasingly tenuous.

In conjunction with the book's re-release, readers can dive into a deeper conversation with Due as she sits down with Roberts and Belletrist co-founder Karah Preiss on BookClub, the author-led virtual book-club platform that hosts Belletrist.

Watch the new trailer for The Between above.

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