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The Lost Cause

Doctorow (Red Team Blues) tells a thought-provoking story, with a message of hope in a near-future that looks increasingly bleak.

The Wolfe at the Door

Wolfe (1931–2019) has always been considered one of the most literary of SFF writers; though he hewed closely to genre tropes, he also sent them in directions no one had imagined. This collection picks up where 2009’s The Best of Gene Wolfe left off and will be appreciated most by readers and scholars of the author’s work.

All the Hidden Paths

The follow-up to A Strange and Stubborn Endurance continues to grow the richly immersive landscape of these fantasy lands, and the character growth matches the pace.

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.

After the Forest

Recommended for fans of fantasy romance or fairy tale retellings with historical fiction woven in.

Bookshops & Bonedust

This prequel is the perfect place for readers to start Baldree’s cozy fantasy series where folks band together for good, and evil is conquered through cleverness and friendship.

Traitor of Redwinter

The second “Redwinter Chronicles” book, after Daughter of Redwinter, is filled with action, suspense, and magic. There are no altruistic characters here, making this a nuanced, complex story that will keep readers engaged.

The Mystery at Dunvegan Castle

This third entry in the series, after Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments, takes Ropa out of her city and drops her into the deep end of the political pond far away from home. Readers won’t be able to resist following this compelling character every step of her fraught way. Highly recommended.

He Who Drowned the World

Parker-Chan’s sequel to She Who Became the Sun is a powerful historical fantasy filled with complex people and high stakes.

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