Literature

The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick

The latest book by the prolific Mike Resnick is The Buntline Special, a standalone novel that gifts the events leading up to the gunfight at the O.K. Corral with a steampunk treatment. In this fantasy world—depictions of which are supplied …

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Delirium (Delirium #1) by Lauren Oliver

Delirium is the first book in the Delirium trilogy, set in a dystopic Portland, Maine. Citizens of the United States receive a partial lobotomy at age eighteen to prevent amor deliria nervosa, the disease of love. The book begins when the …

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Toothless by J.P. Moore

Toothless is a standalone novel set in a fictional France in 1180 A.D. The Black Yew leads an army of the unstoppable undead, indiscriminately killing all in its wake. A few select warriors who are cut down are brought back …

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Yarn by Jon Armstrong

Yarn is a standalone prequel to Jon Armstrong’s novel Grey, set in a dystopic future where fashion is literally do or die. A well-woven tale Yarn begins with a mission. A former lover—“the girl who got away”—stumbles upon the studio steps …

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Black Blade Blues by J.A. Pitts

Black Blade Blues is the first novel in a planned trilogy by new Tor author J.A. Pitts. This urban fantasy novel follows the exploits of Sarah Beauhall, a young blacksmith trying to get by in Seattle and struggling with how …

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New Spring by Robert Jordan

New Spring was first written in 1998 as a short story in the anthology Legends: Stories By The Masters of Modern Fantasy, and later expanded into a short novel. Published in 2004, New Spring was intended to be the first novel of …

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