Literary SFF

The Rise of Ransom City by Felix Gilman

The Rise of Ransom City is a sequel of sorts, following Felix Gilman’s The Half-Made World—a wonderful, genre-bending novel released some two years ago. That book concluded with a satisfying ending, but the story definitely didn’t end there. In The Rise of Ransom City, …

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Sharps by K.J. Parker

There’s this relatively new rage in fantasy, and I’ve never been a fan of it. Authors—like Daniel Abraham and Joe Abercrombie—create a rich world with a lot of history, but zoom in on only one aspect of their world’s story …

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The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice

Anne Rice is unarguably one of the masters of modern horror. She rose to prominence with Interview with the Vampire in 1976, and is still best known for her Vampire Chronicles series. Her books have sold well internationally and been …

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Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

Before I Fall is Lauren Oliver’s standalone debut work. Published in 2010 by Harper Teen, it has garnered a long list of accolades, including being a New York Times Bestseller and named to the YALSA Top Teen Reads of 2011 …

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Miserere by Teresa Frohock

Miserere is the debut novel of Teresa Frohock, released mid-2011 by Night Shade Books. A mesmerizing dark fantasy that showcases Frohock’s admirable talent as a writer, Miserere is an utterly compelling tale and pleasure to read. The story takes place …

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