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never too late
6 “Lost” Sci-Fi & Fantasy First Novels Published Posthumously
First novels—as in, the first manuscript a writer actually completes, not necessarily their first published work—are always fascinating. Often they...
This Week’s New Science Fiction & Fantasy Books: A Posthumous Robert Jordan Epic, Mixed Faerie Blessings, and Ivy League Dark Magic
Ninth House, by Leigh Bardugo The first adult novel from New York Times bestseller Leigh Bardugo—author of several Russia-inspired young adult fantasy...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of October 2019
For 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...
by the numbers fantasy
A Statistical Analysis of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time
If you’ve arrived here by traveling any logical path, you need no introduction to Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time books, a series that, across 14...
Why the Wheel of Time TV Series Could Be the Next
Game of Thrones
Yesterday, Tor editor Harriet McDougal, widow of the late Robert Jordan, announced a television show based on the fantasy epic The Wheel of Time is...
The Wheel of Time Companion
is a Robert Jordan Fan’s Best Friend
When it comes to rich, multi-layered secondary worlds, few offer the depth of Randland, the fan-preferred name for the sprawling continent featured in...
6 Late-in-Series Fantasy Novels that Make Great Entry Points
It can be startling to discover the universe existed prior to your own introduction into it (not to mention that it might go on existing after your...
can you make it a trilogy?
5 Fantasy Epics Peter Jackson Should Tackle Now that
After some riddles-in-the-dark, Cumberbatch-dragon-action, and a lot of meandering around, The Hobbit trilogy finally concluded with last month’s...
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