Scalzi, John

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The Last Emperox

Scalziā€™s trilogy conclusion (after The Collapsing Empire and The Consuming Fire) is filled with irreverent, humorous, and intelligent prose, providing a more-than-satisfying end to this trilogy.
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A Very Scalzi Christmas

Longtime Scalzi readers will be justifiably thrilled and new fans will be created by the variety offered in this book.
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Virtue Signaling and Other Heresies: Selecting Writings from Whatever 2013–2018

A provocative, enjoyable collection for long-standing and new Scalzi readers alike.—William Grabowski, McMechen, WV
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Head On: A Novel of the Near Future

This sequel to Lock In continues the intriguing partnership of two agents with their own unique Haden experiences in a world not too far removed from our own. Scalzi's accessible prose will keep readers on a page-turning course to the book's finale. [See Prepub Alert, 11/15/17.]
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Miniatures: The Very Short Fiction of John Scalzi

Who doesn't need a few hours of giggling and guffawing, especially now? ["Short sf is a boon to a genre that is too often weighed down with massive tomes. Scalzi readers will find these refreshingly concise tales delightful": LJ 12/16 review of the Subterranean hc.]
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The Dispatcher

Recommended for fans of the author and mystery readers who enjoy a dash of the paranormal.
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The Collapsing Empire

Scalzi (Lock In) mixes science, history, and politics with sharp action and intriguing characters. Readers will be thrilled to take another wild ride across the universe with the author of the "Old Man's War" series. [See Prepub Alert, 10/3/16.]
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Miniatures: The Very Short Fiction of John Scalzi

Short sf is a boon to a genre that is too often weighed down with massive tomes. Scalzi readers will find these refreshingly concise tales delightful.
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End Of All Things

A more serious tone and darker themes characterizes Scalzi's latest, which is closest in style to his YA title, Zoe's Tale, and may not satisfy all readers. [See Prepub Alert, 2/9/15.]

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