Dragons, lost spaceships, shifters, aliens, heroism, and longing fill these compelling sci-fi and fantasy series that range from three books to 10.
These five sci-fi and urban fantasy novels take the backdrop of the 20th century and add new players, new magic, and new cataclysms to the scene, setting the stage for can't-put-down reads.Read more
Leopards, and spaceships, and dragons - oh, my!
A powerful satire set in 2030 keeps the tension cranked high as citizens are admonished to remain vigilant at all times.
Ann Leckie, Nicholas Sansbury Smith, Marko Kloos, and Kameron Hurley tell us why these new science fiction authors have won a spot on their bookshelves.Read more
Hate to start a series until you're sure the author will keep writing it? Take heart, because January is chock-full of amazing sequels to heart-stopping book ones.
If discovering fresh new voices gives you a special thrill, Brandon Sanderson, Faith Hunter, Zen Cho, and S.A. Chakraborty have recommendations for you.
It might be ironic that Katherine Arden started writing her historical fantasy novels set in the cold forests of medieval Russia while she was working on a coffee farm in Hawaii, but clearly her process worked: The Amazon Books editors have picked all three of her Winternight novels as Best Books of the Month.
The new year can't come fast enough, and by that I mean that I can't wait for these upcoming SF and fantasy books to fly from the shelf and into my hands.
These five new SF and fantasy books will keep you staying up late during the long winter nights.
John Scalzi talks with us about our interconnected lives, our willful blindness to realities that don't suit us, and the state of science fiction writing today. And because we weren't discussing only serious stuff, he also told us he has a Twitter handle for his cats called The Scamperbeasts.
Nora Roberts talks about The Chronicles of The One, writing (almost) 50 Eve Dallas "In Death" books, and what she's been reading and recommending.