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Wicked Problems

Gladstone’s second “The Craft Wars” book increases the action and devastation, bringing together familiar characters from across the world of the Craft as the battle for survival continues.

Dead Country

Gladstone (Ruin of Angels) launches a new series that will end his Craft saga (begun with the “Craft Sequence” series). This will not only be relished by fans of the previous books but might also make a terrific starting point for new readers.

This Is How You Lose the Time War

This stunning, semi-epistolary tale by coauthors El-Mohtar (The Honey Month) and Gladstone (“Craft Sequence” series) is a seamless story of time travel, sparring opponents, and the revelations of serving a cause. To unlock the complexities of language and plot here, readers will want to return to this book, with each read revealing a little more of its near-limitless substance.

Empress of Forever

Gladstone's (Ruin of Angels) epic space opera and fast-paced adventure will thrill readers.

"The Craft Sequence"

Gladstone deftly twines capitalist allegory, legal thriller, and inventive magic in this urban fantasy series...

Ruin of Angels

The city of Alikand was destroyed during the God Wars, but 150 years later a town of sorts has arisen...


Each cast member of the Bookburner crew gets a moment to shine, as does every contributor, offering a different take on the individual characters and their plights. [See Prepub Alert, 8/1/16.]

Four Roads Cross

Gladstone's fifth outing in the "Craft Sequence" series (after Last First Snow) brings back many familiar faces. A tight yet intricate plot, accompanied by a slew of amazing characters, make this utterly delightful either as a stand-alone or for series fans.

Last First Snow

This latest series entry (after Full Fathom Five) serves as a prequel and takes place before Three Parts Dead. A bizarrely triumphant blending of lawyers with gods, magic, and faith, Gladstone's book transfixes modern socioeconomic issues such as gentrification but never neglects the magic in his worlds.[See Prepub Alert, 2/2/15.]

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