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Age of Ash

This first in a trilogy from Abraham (The Spider’s War; coauthor of “The Expanse” series) is a must-buy for audio collections where grimdark and epic fantasy are popular, and is a solid choice for other collections because of its cross-genre appeal for mystery and sci-fi fans.

A Shadow in Summer

The Asian-influenced setting will appeal to readers wishing a change from the standard Tolkien/European-templated fantasy backdrop, and this first book in the "Long Price Quartet," originally published in 2006, is recommended for those who prefer a personal and political tale to a more epic one. ["The author's fresh approach to worldbuilding and his emergent storytelling talent make this a good addition to most fantasy collections," read the review of the Tor hc, LJ 2/15/06.]

The Widow's House

Regent Geder Palliako and the priests of the spider goddess are an unstoppable force sweeping the land, but all the victories and violence mean nothing compared to the woman with whom he is obsessed...

A Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel

Violence, gore, and sexual content; appropriate for older teens and up. Acceptable for curious fans of Martin and the TV series Game of Thrones and for collections looking to capitalize on their popularity or cross-promote their DVD/Blu-ray sets.

The Tyrant's Law

Abraham is a graceful writer, treating his male and female characters with respect and exploring both their strengths and weaknesses; his latest calls to mind Melanie Rawn's "Sunrunner" and Terry Goodkind's "Sword of Truth" series.

The King's Blood

This sequel to The Dragon's Path manages to advance a complex and byzantine plot while leaving enough loose threads to carry into future installments. Abraham's multidimensional characters represent a fascinating cross section of late medieval/Renaissance society. The author's fans as well as lovers of epic fantasy should enjoy this ongoing series.

The Dragon's Path

Readers who enjoy intricate plots and true-to-life characters will appreciate this fantasy series opener.

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