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Revealing a Truly Epic Debut Fantasy: Next Summer, Journey to The Kingdom of Liars

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Revealing a Truly Epic Debut Fantasy: Next Summer, Journey to The Kingdom of Liars

There’s nothing quite like an epic fantasy debut: that first taste of the expansive imagination of a new author aching to show you a world that has...
See the Cover and Read the First Chapter of Out of Body, a New Novella from World Fantasy Award-Winner Jeffrey Ford

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See the Cover and Read the First Chapter of Out of Body, a New Novella from World Fantasy Award-Winner Jeffrey Ford

World Fantasy Award-winning author Jeffrey Ford is acclaimed for his novels and series—we’ll tell anyone who asks (and plenty who don’t) that...
Next May, Unearth the Secrets of Hope Island by Tim Major

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Next May, Unearth the Secrets of Hope Island by Tim Major

Earlier this year, acclaimed author and speculative fiction editor Tim Major shed new light a familiar sci-fi trope in Snakeskins, a compelling story...
A Bandit Walks into a Coffeehouse… Revealing Zen Cho’s The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water

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A Bandit Walks into a Coffeehouse… Revealing Zen Cho’s The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water

Last month, Zen Cho (Sorcerer to the Crown, The True Queen) brought home a Hugo Award for her novelette “If at First You Don’t Succeed, Try,...
Siblings Fight on Opposite Sides of a Magical War in Ashes of the Sun: Revealing the First Book in a New Trilogy from Django Wexler

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Siblings Fight on Opposite Sides of a Magical War in Ashes of the Sun: Revealing the First Book in a New Trilogy from Django Wexler

Django Wexler is one of the preeminent authors of the flintlock fantasy genre, having won accolades for his magic-and-guns series The Shadow Campaigns....
Space Pirates’ Last Stand: Revealing Gravity of a Distant Sun by R.E. Stearns

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Space Pirates’ Last Stand: Revealing Gravity of a Distant Sun by R.E. Stearns

Hundreds of years from now, space pirates Adda Karpe and Iridian Nassir are on the run from just about everyone: the pirate captain they won over in...
Second Verse: Revealing Carved from Stone and Dream: Los Nefilim, Book 2, by T. Frohock

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Second Verse: Revealing Carved from Stone and Dream: Los Nefilim, Book 2, by T. Frohock

Earlier this year, we reviewed T. Frohock’s Where Oblivion Lives—a story of angels and demons, music and magic—and proclaimed it...
Carrie Vaughn Returns to the World of Kitty Norville: Revealing The Immortal Conquistador

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Carrie Vaughn Returns to the World of Kitty Norville: Revealing The Immortal Conquistador

Amid the urban fantasy boom of the mid aughts, there were few series as reliable (or as popular) as Carrie Vaughn’s tales of Kitty Norville. The...
The Sci-Fi Spy Game Grows More Dangerous: Revealing The Aleph Extraction by Dan Moren

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The Sci-Fi Spy Game Grows More Dangerous: Revealing The Aleph Extraction by Dan Moren

Earlier this year, Dan Moren’s The Bayern Agenda introduced an intriguing world of sci-fi spycraft and crime capering involving a mismatched team of...
Return to the United States of Japan: Revealing Cyber Shogun Revolution by Peter Tieryas

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Return to the United States of Japan: Revealing Cyber Shogun Revolution by Peter Tieryas

In United States of Japan and Mecha Samurai Empire, award-winning author Peter Tieryas has created an alternate vision of an America much changed by...
The Next Frontier of Space Opera: Announcing the New Anthology Infinite Stars: Dark Frontiers

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The Next Frontier of Space Opera: Announcing the New Anthology Infinite Stars: Dark Frontiers

The 2017 anthology Infinite Stars, edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt, provides an interesting twist on the format—it collects stories from some of the...
Gareth L. Powell’s Award-Winning Embers of War Trilogy Ends in the Light of Impossible Stars

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Gareth L. Powell’s Award-Winning Embers of War Trilogy Ends in the Light of Impossible Stars

Gareth L. Powell’s Embers of War is a space opera that does everything right: it’s expansive in scope, but character-focused. It nods to genre...

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