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Near Haven

by John M. Murray

"Near Haven" takes on the apocalypse with literary flair and shining prose. In "Near Haven", by Matthew Stephen Sirois, a looming apocalypse puts life into perspective. This is a contemplative and violently engaging character study. In... Read More

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The Supremacy

by Gregory A. Lowe

This action-packed science fiction novel has vivid, beautiful settings and characters with depth. Eric Peter Brown’s "The Supremacy" is a science fiction epic with an eclectic cast of characters, unique fantastic settings, and a... Read More

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Starswept

by Susan Waggoner

"Starswept" is a seductive and wholly satisfying book from start to finish—imaginative, well written, and touching on themes beyond romantic love. Love fantasy? Romance laced with bittersweet longing? Science fiction that glows with... Read More

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Rebel Seoul

by John M. Murray

"Rebel Seoul" is an example of what young-adult literature should be: an engaging story that explores other points of view. "Rebel Seoul", by Axie Oh, is a young-adult adventure that finds teens and robotic technology engaged in a... Read More

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The Han Agent

by Benjamin Welton

"The Han Agent" is a surefire genre hit, fast-paced and full of elements of mystery and adventure. In the gripping thriller "The Han Agent" by Amy Rogers, World War II-era history, ultranationalism, and biological genocide intertwine.... Read More

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The Genius Plague

by J. G. Stinson

"The Genius Plague" freshens up the nature-versus-man archetype—we may never look at mushrooms the same way again. Novelist and engineer David Walton infuses his latest novel with adventure, spycraft, humor, and shudders. Mycologist... Read More

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An Unkindness of Ghosts

by J. G. Stinson

"An Unkindness of Ghosts" launches the career of a brilliantly gifted and important new writer in science fiction. With "An Unkindness of Ghosts", Rivers Solomon inarguably shows themselves to be a literary child of genre leader Octavia... Read More

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