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Uncanny Vows

The follow-up to Uncanny Times continues to build Gilman’s delightful world. Fans of gaslamp fantasy, Sherlock Holmes, and wry siblings should take a look.

All the Dead Shall Weep

Magic meets the American West in the fifth installment of Harris’s delightful “Gunnie Rose” series, after The Serpent in Heaven.

More Perfect

Oh has written a stunning dystopian tale that contemplates the future of augmented reality, and who controls it, through a heartrending love story.

The Handyman Method: A Story of Terror

This story is full of moments, from the descriptive body horror to the cringeworthy acts committed by this seemingly normal family, that will burrow under readers’ skin.

The Splinter in the Sky

Ashing-Giwa’s debut will appeal to fans of A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine and those who enjoy a decisive protagonist who throws herself into the action.

Immortal Longings

Best-selling YA novelist Gong’s (Last Violent Call) adult epic-fantasy debut combines a plot of corrupt politics and rotting empires with the adrenaline rush of combat and intrigue and a romance that is literally for the ages, based on the tempestuous relationship in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra. Lovers of Sarah J. Maas’s epic romantasy novels and the kickass fighting queens in Jennifer Estep’s “Gargoyle Queen” series won’t be able to turn these pages fast enough.

The Reformatory

American Book Award winner Due (The Wishing Pool and Other Stories) has written a masterpiece of fiction whose fear actively surrounds its readers, while the novel speaks to all situations where injustice occurs and compels its audience to act. For fans of The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead, The Trees by Percival Everett, and The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones.

Thick as Thieves

The follow-up to Among Thieves is an enjoyable heist fantasy in a rough landscape of magic and morally gray characters.

A Sleight of Shadows

Howard offers another riveting foray into this magical world. Recommend to fans of Naomi Novik’s “Scholomance” series.

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