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Imagined Multiverses | Genre Spotlight: SF/Fantasy


Thoreau: A Sublime Life

This lovely book breathes new life into Thoreau and returns to him his true depth, which has been overlooked in recent impressions. A worthy addition to any library that includes Thoreau's works.

Kaijumax. Season 1: Terror and Respect

The juxtaposition of cute artwork and serious story line may put some readers off, or confuse them, but this tale is done well and deserves consideration for most collections.

Kid Eternity: The Deluxe Edition

There are certainly echoes of Dante's Inferno here, down to the division of the work into cantos, but this is not a retelling of the classic. Fans of Neil Gaiman's Sandman and similar fantasy/horror comics are the primary audience for this work.

The Quest for the Time Bird

Librarians may have some difficulty fitting this tall volume on their shelves, but it is worth the effort. A fine example of the fantasy genre while being quite distinct.


Uncork this jeroboam-sized collection and you will encounter a bold vintage with strong flavors of mythology accompanied by none-too-subtle violence and sex with a deeply absurd finish.

The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

In the end, there's not a lot to this homage to monster comics, but it should delight readers who just want to see some knock-down, drag-out fights on a mammoth scale.

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Not worthy of purchase unless Sugg's popularity eclipses concerns of quality.

Sorcerer to the Crown

Fans of Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell will flock to this historical fantasy debut for its shared setting and be rewarded with an exciting story and nuanced, diverse characters who make this novel soar on its own merits. The Malaysian-born Cho also writes sf/fantasy short stories (Spirits Abroad) and romance novellas (The Perilous Life of Jade Yeo).

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