Science Fiction

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“a delightful, sometimes amusing, always exciting steampunk adventure. . . . For those who like their history heavily dipped in fantasy or their science fiction a bit historical . .

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“by turns, a scifi tale, a political satire, a colossal comedy of errors, and a very slowly percolating romance.”

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a fast-paced tour de force through history and contemporary California. It is a heart-pounding page turner filled with loads of action and intrigue.”

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Welcome to Night Vale is a podcast about life in a strange little desert town where every weird thing is normal and basically unquestioned. Now it's also a book.

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Volume 2 of the Night Vale Episodes collection comes out at the same time as Volume 1.

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What a strange and wonderful book this is. Mashup is a collection of stories, as the title indicates, based on famous first lines. 

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If the revival of short-form fiction brings us more fun books like The Absconded Ambassador, it will have been worth it.

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Have you ever wanted to be a character in your own book? Leah Tang has been one.

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“We all in different dreams, everybody in the whole world.

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a classic noir mystery that is wrapped inside an alt-history golden age science fiction setting.”

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Going into Press Start to Play, one may be a bit hesitant: Hmmm . . . science fiction stories about video games?

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“. . . the ideas presented in this book are wild and woolly and well worth committing to the page. . . .

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“The latest graphic novel from Doug TenNapel proves once again that a full story can be told in pictures, and that it can be as affecting and detailed as it could be in book form. . . .

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Although the straightforward, no frills western genre seems to exist only in today’s paperback market, where the proliferation of the “weird” western tableau is visible everywhere.

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This strong and varied anthology deserves a different title, one whose first part will not be confused with Geraldine Brooks’ novel of the same name.