Science Fiction & Fantasy

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“Readers who enjoy political intrigue in their fantasy will find Beaton’s debut deeply satisfying.”

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“Elly Bangs has created a vivid, fascinating, and utterly believable future world, and she immerses the reader into it skillfully and seamlessly.”

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“a tightly paced, well thought out cyberpunk thriller that entices after the very first chapter.”

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Klara and the Sun is about families, about the future of work, about disability and the nature of (post) humanity.

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“a long walk through thick underbrush, but the payoff is worth the trek.”

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As an old saying goes: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”

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Tim Fielder’s book Infinitum tells the story of Aja Oba, an ancient African king who steals the son of his concubine and is cursed with immortality in revenge.

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A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes, though billed as a novel, is a collection of vignettes and interrelated stories concerning various goddesses, nymphs, and mortal women connected in some

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Evelyn Caldwell tells herself “I am not a monster,” but she may not believe it. Evelyn is a self-centered, work-obsessed woman who has devoted everything to her scientific career.

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The Witch’s Heart is gripping, evocative, and alternatingly joyful and heart-breaking. Gornichec’s prose is lyrical and fierce, just like her protagonists.”

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“A tavern maid’s-eye view of epic fantasy is an appealing concept, but in the end, it feels like that eye is looking in too many directions at once.”

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The Danger of Smoking in Bed underlines the darkness of evil.

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“Grushin’s facility with language . . . is a marvel. It’s the kind of prose that demands you submerge yourself.”

What comes after “Happily ever after?”

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New York 2140 is a book brimming with positivity, humor, and intelligence.”

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Second Chance Angel forgoes overly complex world building in favor of telling a damn good story.”

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“thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining. Eoin Colfer’s specialty is magical realism, and it shines through this entire tale.”

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“A gender-flip version of Faust, and also a haunting love story that will linger.”

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“Editor Melissa Edmundson has produced a valuable collection for scholars and curious readers alike.”

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“Suspenseful, filled with evocative writing capturing the reader’s empathy for the characters, The Night Will Find Us takes our fear of that which lurks in the dark and transfers i

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“packed with crucial climate-change information framed in fairly comprehensible terms. . . .

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The Four Profound Weaves is a beautifully articulated exploration of queer identity and transformation.

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“Dark, haunting, lyrical, and innovative, beautiful and heartfelt . . .”

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Daughters of the Wild has an intriguing, deeply marketable premise: oppressed and repressed girls, isolated from the outside world, “tending a mysterious plant called the Vine of Heaven” i

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“the prose is tight and there is enough tension in the plot to draw in the reader despite any flaws.”

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