Fantasy

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First came The Unnoticeables; now author Robert Brockway has delivered The Empty Ones, book two in the Vicious Circuit series, a raunchy ride of a story drenched with hilarious on

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“Indra Das writes with strength and beauty.”

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“will easily be remembered as one of the most unique and unforgettable werewolf tales ever written.”

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Readers who enjoy opera and operatic-like novels will want to read this latest work of historical fiction; however, they should prepare for some disappointment and confusion.

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“Hilarious, exciting, poignant, romantic, horrifying, and absurd in the very best way . . .”

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It's pretty. It's bizarre. It's unusual and unique. It lingers in your mind . . .”

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Isabella, Lady Trent's adventures continue here in this fourth book of the Natural History of Dragons series, where she finds herself sent to Akhia, a place somewhat like the Egypt with shades of o

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“Writers on Dr. Who ought to consult this strange little book for ideas.”

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a fantastic read for a slow afternoon or a short flight.”

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This is how large scale action-fantasy should be.”  

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It is said that every human being on earth has a doppelganger, but what if yours lived an exciting, dangerous life 800 years ago and now you’re invited to participate?

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Rachel Ball’s graphic novel The Inflatable Woman is unlike any cancer memoir currently published in its creativity and fictionalized account told through the main character Iris, who stand

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Sandman was always a wonderful mix of legend, literature, and out-there scifi, and Overture is no exception.

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The following words constitute a review of the new novel Welcome to Night Vale. The review is not about Welcome to Night Vale. It is totally about it and is for your enjoyment.

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“. . . The set-up is delicious . . . [but] Manuscript Found in Accra lacks one of the most fundamental elements of the classic novel: a story.”

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“A pulp story with a more mature and thoughtful edge.”

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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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“Eat Slay Love is written in a snarky, flippant, and relaxed style that makes reading it quick and easy. Ms.

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“This spine-chilling thriller is fast paced and intense.

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“Mr. Hancock knows his history, and the richness with which he paints the times adds much to the book’s plot and appeal.

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Invincible is the second installment in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s first foray into the young adult market. It follows the first book in the series, Infinity.

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Across the Universe is a debut young adult novel. The story is set aboard the spaceship Godspeed, bound for a new planet, 250 years in the future.

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Think of fiction as falling into two broad categories and leave aside all of the subgenres that you’ll find a book under in bookstores or libraries.

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If you’ve read The Dive from Clausen’s Pier or Songs Without Words, you are familiar with Ann Packer’s talent for restrained, transparent, beautiful prose.

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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.

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