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Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig

When Disney took over Lucasfilm and continued the Star Wars movies, they made the controversial but understandable decision to relegate all of the old Expanded Universe books to non-canon Legends and establish a new body of canonical fiction. Suddenly, all …

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Crucible of Gold (Temeraire #7) by Naomi Novik

In Naomi Novik’s marvelous alternative history Temeraire series, the British armies fight the French warmonger Napoleon Bonaparte—and both armies possess an air force of dragons. It’s a concept that merges everything that’s good about fantasy, combining an imaginative, meticulously detailed historical setting …

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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451 is a novel written in 1953 by one of the most well-regarded speculative fiction authors of the past 100 years, Ray Bradbury. He was the author of hundreds of novels, novellas and short stories covering a huge range …

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Railsea by China Miéville

China Miéville’s Railsea could be described as a retelling of Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick—if the ships were trains and the whale was a giant mole, that is—but to do so would be trying to fit Railsea into a descriptive box in …

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