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Del Rey Authors coming to Phoenix Comicon

Two more Del Rey authors are coming to Phoenix Comicon. Naomi Novik is the author of the popular “Temeraire” series, an alternate history look at the Napoleonic Wars, in which both sides are aided by dragons. The books follow the … Continue reading

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Champagne, Custard and Comedy: A Conversation with Gail Carriger

On Tuesday, Gail Carriger’s latest novel, Prudence, hits stores, returning the New York Times-bestselling author to the airship-driven world of her breakthrough steampunk series, the”Parasol Protectorate”. Prudence, however is part of the new “Custard Protocol” duology and follows the adventures of Lady … Continue reading

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Review: “The Providence of Fire” by Brian Staveley

The Providence of Fire Brian Staveley ★★★★ Tor, 2015. If The Emperor’s Blades was all about the importance of having a well-established form of long-distance communication in your fantasy world, its sequel, The Providence of Fire, is about the importance … Continue reading

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Review: “Harrison Squared” by Daryl Gregory

Harrison Squared Daryl Gregory ★★★★ Tor, 2015. What if H.P Lovecraft had written a tale of rebellious teenagers fighting stygian horror? We don’t need to ask, since Daryl Gregory has with this prequel to We Are All Completely Fine, his … Continue reading

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Review: “The Thorn of Dentonhill” by Marshall Ryan Maresca

The Thorn of Dentonhill Marshall Ryan Maresca ★★★½ DAW, 2015. Marshall Ryan Maresca’s debut novel is a brisk and enjoyable bildungsroman blending fantasy and superheroics that should appeal to YA fans of either genre. Indeed, The Thorn of Dentonhill feels … Continue reading

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