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The Steam Magnate by Dana Copithorne - a review
Kyra arrives at the Broken Glass City with a mission-- her mistress has charged her to find a Eson, a man who has inherited the steam-power legacy of his family.
A Dream of Drowned Hollow by Lee Barwood
In this e-book title April Rue Stoner has always seen things that no one else can but her ability seems to portend her own death and that of all the people she loves most.
Coraline by Neil Gaiman - a review
Coraline unlocks a door in her flat and discovers a disturbing other world exists down a dark corridor.
Recommended Fantasy Books - Kids & Young Adult
Kids and young adult fantasy picks
Recommended Fantasy Books - Urban Fantasy
Book gift ideas that emphasize modern magic and dark fantasy
Recommended SF - Space Opera & Space Travel
recommended science fiction labeled space opera or about space travel
Starship : Mutiny by Mike Resnick - a review
Even an army of allied humans and aliens has misfits. In The Republic such people are sent to serve on the Theodore Roosevelt. Starship : Mutiny is the first in a new series set in Mike Resnick´s Birthright Universe.
The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud
In London, magicians are in control, using the power of the demons they bind to themselves to rule. Nathaniel is placed with a middling magician to learn the ways of magic and power, but the lessons move slowly and Nathaniel is impatient.
Crossover by Joel Shepherd - a review
Crossover, the first book in a new science fiction series written by Australian author Joel Shepherd, follows Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human.
The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer - a review
A strange thing happens as Cosmo hill lay dying. A blue creature feeds off of him, attracted to his pain.
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