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In City of Stone and Silence, Wexler continues to interrogate what power does and can do for people who are unused to having it, and given an opportunity to step up
If you’re looking for a high-octane post-apocalyptic novel, look elsewhere, as this gives us something else entirely. It’s a slice-of-life at the end of the world
Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series is a long story about home—the ones we’re born into and the ones we find or build—but with each new installment a second parallel theme has grown in importance: identity.
This is a rich fantasy, powered by ambitious, passionate women knights and princes, and soft, romantic witch men.
There is so much to pick apart in Reverie, and all of it is wonderful.
There's a dragon.
Wagers’ first trilogy is one of the most entertaining and engaging space operas that I’ve ever read, and the second bids fair to build on that
While the Orphan Black comics had the benefit of illustrating as many clones as they liked between their pages, they weren’t able to delve as deeply into the series’ lore as Serial Box’s sequel has. Nor, as prequels or side-quels, could they cover so much new ground.
.Brilliance of Decade a Than More Offers Backwards Reading Crowley's John .excerpt this for begged headline The Sorry.
Dead Astronauts is getting the promotional treatment: check out this review
In Starsight, the highly anticipated follow-up to Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward, we continue Spensa Nightshade’s journey as she strives to become the best fighter pilot in the Defiant Defence Force (DDF).
Dead Astronauts is not what I would call a simple read. What it is, is affective.
The Transcendent series from Lethe Press (a longtime publisher of queer sff of all stripes) collects a yearly roundup of best transgender speculative short fiction in this vein
Knight of the Silver Circle takes place somewhere along the lines of twenty hours after the events of Dragonslayer. The dragon Alpheratz is dead, yes, but that has turned out to be just the beginning, for there are more dragons left in the world after all
Based on the Hugo Award winniing short story Cat Pictures, Please
Upon the Flight of the Queen hits the ground running, building off of the first novel.
if you want giant wide screen space opera with interesting technology and extrapolations of the implications of same, Hamilton is one of the guiding lights
The reigning Best New Writer turns in a Star Wars novel
In this final volume of his epic fantasy trilogy, Cole brings us a story that simultaneously celebrates the elements of grimdark fiction that were a staple of fantasy in the early 2000s, while also working to interrogate them rigorously.
The two biggest draws for the first book in Shah’s new series are setting and characters. Shah is a remarkable worldbuilder, with a keen sense of when and how much information to parcel out. Underwater London is both familiar and fantastical
Power is a helluva thing. Those who have it will do anything to keep it, and those who want it will do everything to take it.
Crowley readers often become Crowley completists. And Go Like This will satisfy the high expectations of Crowley’s devoted readers
Last year, Brandon Sanderson launched readers into a new world with Skyward, the story of Spensa (callsign: Spin), M-Bot, and the Defiant Defense Force (DDF). On November 26, everyone will have the chance to find out where the next stage of Spensa’s journey will take us in the highly anticipated sequel, Starsight.
The Starless Sea is a love story, an epic love letter to the art of storytelling and to the power of stories.
The asexual and specific transgender experiences explored in this novel are not mine, but they are valid. As Strickland has mentioned themself, some readers may find the renderings of these experiences uncomfortable, and some may find them helpful and vindicating.
“Heart of a Bear,” is arguably the strangest tale in a collection abounding with bizarre moments.
Do all children who survive an apocalypse have to become creepy kids?
The original novella, “Before We Disperse Like Star Stuff,” delves into questions of archeology, preservation, respect for the land and for remains, and cultural appropriation versus education versus access.
“A demoness is what men call a goddess they cannot control.”
Ninth House is a story about power—who has it and who wants it.
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