Erin Niederberger

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Dreadful

Silly but earnest, this cozy fantasy will appeal to fans of TJ Klune and Travis Baldree.

Rakesfall

In Chandrasekera’s (The Saint of Bright Doors) newest, the characters’ journey through fantastical worlds across millennia is reminiscent of This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. Recommended for fans of ambitious speculative fiction that tackles systems of oppression in fresh ways.
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Gravity Lost

The second entry in the “Ambit’s Run” series is perfect for readers who want a cozy sci-fi that doesn’t sacrifice an exciting plot.
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Ocean’s Godori

Cho’s debut is a quick read with a spark of romance and a cliffhanger that will frustrate some readers but leave others excited for what happens next.
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Sunbringer

The second book in the “Fallen Gods” series delves more deeply into Godkiller’s characters and world, with human vs. divine battles and a found family that will appeal to fans of The Witcher.

The Extinction of Irena Rey

This fiction debut from Booker Prize–winning translator Croft (Homesick: A Memoir) is a metatextual feast that will keep readers wondering even after the book concludes.
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Cascade Failure

Sagas’s debut combines galactic and personal stakes in an entertaining series starter that leaves plenty of space for future adventures.

The Warm Hands of Ghosts

Like the fiddler himself, Arden’s (The Winter of the Witch) gripping historical fantasy will draw readers in and keep them engaged.
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Twice Lived

West’s (Face) novel will speak to teens and their parents’ anxieties of identity and belonging but is reluctant to settle itself on the emotional aftermath.
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