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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Sequels Never Published (Yet)

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Sequels Never Published (Yet)

The recent discovery of a heretofore unknown sequel to Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange is both exciting and dreadful. On the one hand,...
8 Science Fiction Novels That Explore the “Human Dilemma”

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8 Science Fiction Novels That Explore the “Human Dilemma”

Science fiction has home court advantage when it comes to robots, artificial intelligence, interstellar voyages, and distant futures. Sometimes that makes...
Your Favorite Fantasy Magic Systems, Rated

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Your Favorite Fantasy Magic Systems, Rated

There was a time in the fantasy genre when magic was simply, er, magical, and didn’t require a whole lot of explanation. But time has a habit of making...
From the Spanish edition of The World of Ice and FIre

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How 15 of Your Favorite Authors Might Finish George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice & Fire

To paraphrase Douglas Adams: George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely,...
How to Survive a Trip into the Woods: Key Lessons From Fantasy

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How to Survive a Trip into the Woods: Key Lessons From Fantasy

Perhaps you like to camp, or long hikes, or to retreat into the wilderness to find peace and serenity. I’m told it is not uncommon—though, I, being a...
With a Rerelease, V.E. Schwab’s Debut Novel The Near Witch Finally Gets Its Due

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With a Rerelease, V.E. Schwab’s Debut Novel The Near Witch Finally Gets Its Due

Throughout her career, V.E. Schwab proven to have a keen grasp on the elements that make fantasy fascinating. Inspired by the tropes of comic books,...
V.E. Schwab on the Birth, Disappearance and Return of The Near Witch

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V.E. Schwab on the Birth, Disappearance and Return of The Near Witch

In 2011, The Near Witch appeared in bookstores—the debut novel by a young author named Victoria Schwab. Though it received some enthusiastic early...
The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of March 2019

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The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of March 2019

The Handmaid’s Tale: A Novel, by Margaret Atwood and Renée Nault Nearly 35 years after it was first published, Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s...
Iconic Outerwear of Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature, Ranked

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Iconic Outerwear of Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature, Ranked

When I graduated from Literary Analysis Academy, the dean stopped the graduation ceremony and shook my hand. “You are so smart,” he said,...
No Heroes, Only Vicious Villains, in V.E. Schwab’s Superhero Epic Vengeful

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No Heroes, Only Vicious Villains, in V.E. Schwab’s Superhero Epic Vengeful

In the years since the publication of her adult debut novel Vicious in 2013, Victoria “V.E.” Schwab has leveled up as a writer—and more than...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: A Vicious Sequel, a Viral Video Apocalypse, and a Sudden Appearance of Carls

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: A Vicious Sequel, a Viral Video Apocalypse, and a Sudden Appearance of Carls

Barren, by Peter V. Brett  Brett’s Demon Cycle epic fantasy series, in which humanity is reduced from an advanced technological civilization to a...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of September 2018

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of September 2018

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...

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