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The Quiet War by Paul McAuley - a review
23rd century Earth is close to war with the Outers-- settlements of refugees from the dictatorial regimes on Earth.
The Princess of Dhagabad by Anna Kashina
As the sole heir of the kingdom of Dhagabad comes of age, she receives a gift-- her very own djinn.
The Prince of Storms by Kay Kenyon - a review
In the final book of The Entire and the Rose series, Titus Quinn must secure the future of two universes.
The Physics of the Buffyverse by Jennifer Oullette
Through the immensely popular Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe this book strives to explain and illustrate a multitude of scientific principles in an easily understood medium.
The People of the Sea by Scott Marcano - a review
The familiar struggle between good and evil is set in an imaginative world full of primal magic, horrible sea monsters and noble sea creatures.
The Office of Shadow by Matthew Sturges
In a follow-up to Midwinter, Lord Silverdun finds himself in the service of Queen Titania again. As a member of the Office of Shadow, he is one of the Seelie Kingdom's secret spies, using magic and espionage to keep the people safe from the Unseelie Kingdom.
The Last Grimm: Red's Hood by H.L. Wampler
When Abigail Grimm witnesses a wolf murder a coworker, she finds reality is not quite what she thought it was
The Horns of Ruin by Tim Akers - a review
In a magic-infused steampunk world, Eva Forge is the last paladin of the dead god Morgan, the once god of battle and guardian of the Fraterdom. As the Cult of Morgan is dying out, Eva unravels a conspiracy in the foundation of her society.
The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett - a review
It's Hogswatchnight on Discworld and the Hogfather should be riding in his sleigh pulled by his four pigs, but something has gone wrong. The Hogfather seems to have disappeared.
The Healer by Michael Blumlein, MD - a review
In The Healer by Michael Blumlein there are two types of people; humans and tesques
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