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The Parliament

Must-read fantasy for readers who appreciate the catharsis of horror; perfect for fans of Whalefall by Daniel Kraus and Such Sharp Teeth by Rachel Harrison.

The Jinn-Bot of Shantiport

Between Moku’s endearing charm and Bador’s expressive eyemojis and heroic ambitions, including winning a bot martial arts tournament, the bots steal the show in Basu’s (The City Inside) fantastic, futuristic take on the “Aladdin” story.

System Collapse

Recommended for Murderbot’s legion of fans and for readers who love cynical antiheroes of all types.

A Power Unbound

The final book of Marske’s “The Last Binding” series, after A Restless Truth, is a satisfying conclusion to a charming, queer historical fantasy trilogy.

The Navigating Fox

Highly recommended for readers who love fantasies of talking, thinking animals but have had the misfortune to outgrow the “Redwall” series.

Mammoths at the Gates

This fourth entry in the “Singing Hills Cycle” series, after Into the Riverlands, is every bit as beautiful and thought-provoking as its predecessors. Highly recommended for fans of the previous books in the series and for anyone who loves their fantasy colored with myth, legend, and bittersweet truth.

The Water Outlaws

Huang (Critical Point) skillfully recreates an old Chinese tale into a gender-bent and queer novel, to showcase how the fringes of society can rise up against unjust rules and actions.

Wild Spaces

Coney fills this affecting novella with evocative prose that perceptively conveys the coastal landscape and all of its inhabitants, human and not.


The Saint of Bright Doors

Dreamlike and inventive, this unusual novel is a complicated read that ably pairs the mundane with the mystical.

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