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Murder, Revenge, and Romance Entwine in The Monster of Elendhaven

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Murder, Revenge, and Romance Entwine in The Monster of Elendhaven

There’s nothing quite like a winter sea, the slate gray sky hung luminous above beautiful and bitterly cold waves. It’s a desolate and vicious...
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,...
Adrian Tchaikovsky Returns with Made Things, a Clever Fantasy About Making New Friends—Literally

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Adrian Tchaikovsky Returns with Made Things, a Clever Fantasy About Making New Friends—Literally

Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning author Adrian Tchaikovsky is best known in the U.S. for Children of Time, an expansive sci-fi saga that completely delivers...
Middlegame Is a Coming-of-Age Story to End the World

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Middlegame Is a Coming-of-Age Story to End the World

Middlegame, the genre-blending new novel from prolific, bestselling, and much-awarded author Seanan McGuire, pivots on the realization of a long-running...
Paul Cornell Returns to a Strange Supernatural English Suburb as The Lights Go Out in Lychford

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Paul Cornell Returns to a Strange Supernatural English Suburb as The Lights Go Out in Lychford

This November, Paul Cornell returns to the “suburban fantasy” of the Lychford series, one of the most delightful and delightfully dark locales...
Permafrost Is a Clever, Character-Based Time Travel Thriller

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Permafrost Is a Clever, Character-Based Time Travel Thriller

Alastair Reynolds (Revelation Space) is an innovative master of what’s frequently—but imprecisely in his case—referred to as “hard sci-fi.” I see...
Miranda in Milan Is a Sly, Subversive Sequel to Shakespeare’s The Tempest

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Miranda in Milan Is a Sly, Subversive Sequel to Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Aside from the saga of Henry VI, William Shakespeare wasn’t exactly known for his franchises. Yet even when he wraps up his plays in tidy (if...
Punk Rock Prose Powers Supernatural Rocker Your Favorite Band Cannot Save You

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Punk Rock Prose Powers Supernatural Rocker Your Favorite Band Cannot Save You

In addition to being a book geek with a collection of unread sci-fi  and fantasy tomes large enough to crush me to death, I am also a giant music nerd. I...
Building a Cover (with a Goat): Saad Z. Hossain’s The Gurkha and the Lord of Tuesday

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Building a Cover (with a Goat): Saad Z. Hossain’s The Gurkha and the Lord of Tuesday

Hosting cover reveals is always a treat—but especially when we’re talking about books from Tor.com Publishing. As a primarily digital-first...
Flogging Mollys: Revealing Tade Thompson’s The Survival of Molly Southbourne

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Flogging Mollys: Revealing Tade Thompson’s The Survival of Molly Southbourne

In 2017, we thrilled at The Murders of Molly Southbourne, the novella-length debut from Tade Thompson (who later went on to wow us in longer form with the...
A Steampunk Highwaywoman Rides Again: Revealing Kate Heartfield’s Second Alice Payne Novella

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A Steampunk Highwaywoman Rides Again: Revealing Kate Heartfield’s Second Alice Payne Novella

Kate Heartfield’s steampunk highwaywoman Alice Payne doesn’t ride into bookstores until November, but already, we’re preparing for her...
Earth, Suddenly Alien: Revealing Perihelion Summer by Greg Egan

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Earth, Suddenly Alien: Revealing Perihelion Summer by Greg Egan

Greg Egan is an author known for his daringly high concepts and his commitment to fully exploring blisteringly hard science fiction concepts. His next...

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