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Goliath

Onyebuchi’s novel is a full sensory experience of language and imagery, set in a near-future world where race, class, and gentrification still drive conflict, both on Earth and in the stars.
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Recommended for readers of philosophically and psychologically bent sf.

Noor

This beautifully depicted example of Africanfuturism, a subgenre coined by Okorafor herself, offers both timely and timeless social commentary.
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A Marvellous Light

A perfect addition to round out any fantasy collection.
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Outcasts of the Wildwood

Readers know and love the legend of Robin Hood, making this book (and Walk the Wild with Me, the first in Atwood’s series) a marvelous addition to the lore of the Greenwood. A real treat for readers looking for stories of wild places in the real world or who simply love Robin Hood in all his forms.

Nettle & Bone

Blending fairy-tale familiarity and common-sense characters, Kingfisher’s prose balances grim circumstances with humor and heart. Readers of Alix E. Harrow’s A Spindle Splintered and Melissa Albert’s “The Hazel Wood” series should pick this up immediately.

Seven Mercies

Lam and May’s follow-up to Seven Devils further explores the characters while keeping the action and emotional stakes high.

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Kundo Wakes Up

Readers searching for stories of artificial worlds and climate fiction will love Hossain’s latest.
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The Kaiju Preservation Society

Scalzi’s first stand-alone novel in several years is a wild ride filled with takes on pop culture, startups, governmental influence, and science.
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