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6 Books Featuring Killer Blade Fights

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6 Books Featuring Killer Blade Fights

Today we are joined by guest author Anna Kashina—whose latest book, Shadowblade, is out now from Angry Robot—as she discusses the skillful presentation...
Of Love and Robots: 12 Stories of Truly Science Fictional Romance

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Of Love and Robots: 12 Stories of Truly Science Fictional Romance

The argument against Valentine’s Day is that it is an invented holiday designed to sell greeting cards, chocolate, and flowers. But who’s to...
The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Expertly Melds Magic and Spycraft

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The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Expertly Melds Magic and Spycraft

The Cold War was bad enough when the phrase was only a metaphor. In The Witch Who Came in from the Cold, a bind-up of Serial Box Publishing’s fantasy...
Star’s End: An Inner Space Opera

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Star’s End: An Inner Space Opera

Cassandra Rose Clarke’s novels to date favor a sense of Gothic claustrophobia. The Mad Scientist’s Daughter details a fraught, largely unrequited...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Planetary Corporate Politics, a Collapsing Empire, and One Angry Dwarf

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Planetary Corporate Politics, a Collapsing Empire, and One Angry Dwarf

Phantom Pains, by Mishell Baker  In her followup to the Nebula Award-nominated Borderline, Baker brings us up to date on what happened to Millie—a...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of March 2017

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of March 2017

For nearly two decades, Jim Killen has served as the science fiction and fantasy book buyer for Barnes & Noble. Every month on Tor.com and the B&N...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Witch Who Came In from the Cold: Season One from Saga Press

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Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Witch Who Came In from the Cold: Season One from Saga Press

We at the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog have been onboard the Serial Box train from the beginning. Who can resist this innovative publishing...
B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Jan. 6, 2017

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B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Jan. 6, 2017

We’re back! After working from a remote igloo for a few weeks over the holiday break, we returned to the office to find our desks covered in enough...
Throwback Thursday: The Mad Scientist’s Daughter Is Romantic Science Fiction with a Capital R

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Throwback Thursday: The Mad Scientist’s Daughter Is Romantic Science Fiction with a Capital R

I can admit it: I first read The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke almost solely because of the cover. Sure, the plot description made...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Old-School Epics, Future Cults, and Android Love

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Old-School Epics, Future Cults, and Android Love

After Atlas, by Emma Newman Newman returns to the intriguing world of Planetfall with a second novel (but not a sequel) that is just as thoughtful,...
8 Books to Read Once You’re Caught Up with HBO’s Westworld

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8 Books to Read Once You’re Caught Up with HBO’s Westworld

Six episodes into HBO’s buzzy new science fiction series Westworld, viewers have spun roughly one jillion fan theories about how everything fits...
B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Nov. 4, 2016

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B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Nov. 4, 2016

It’s time for another peek into the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag to see what books publishers sent us this week. Or handed us during lunch...

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