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To Challenge Heaven

This is thrilling and philosophical military science fiction, in which vampires become saviors and aliens become allies. It will appeal to fans looking for a more fantastic take on what Star Trek could have become.

Doctor Who Psychology: Times Change, Second Ed

Will appeal to both Doctor Who fans and to readers who like to turn their TV time into thoughtful entertainment.

‘Dune,’ from Page to Screen

The Spice Must Flow: The Story of Dune, from Cult Novels to Visionary Sci-Fi Movies

This highly recommended book has the power to change the way everyday readers of Herbert’s classic novel experience it.

Princess of Dune

This is a worthy new addition to the Dune universe, after The Heir of Caladan, filled with all of the best parts of Dune: the political scheming, the mutant space navigators, and the mystery and menace of the desert.

SubOrbital 7

This is a tight military procedural for fans looking for something like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan transported to space, with rockets flying, ruthless Russians scheming, and unvarnished trust in the American way.

Book Magic | SFF Novels About the Written Word


The Book That Wouldn’t Burn

There is a lot to enjoy here, with a fantastic setting, a feisty heroine, and hints of a deeper mystery that calls to mind the depths of Frank Herbert’s Dune and its intertwined cultural and religious issues.

Fractal Noise

Those daunted by the 800+ pages of the first in this series, To Sleep in a Sea of Stars, will find this a comparably brief read, and it works well as an excellent starting point for the series as a whole.

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