Science Fiction & Fantasy

Reviews

If you would like information about how to submit books for review, you may send review copies to editor John Joseph Adams at the mailing address your publicist should already have on file (either for Lightspeed, Nightmare, or The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy); if you need that information, please email [email protected]

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Book Review: Tomorrow’s Parties, edited by Jonathan Strahan

If the word “anthropocene” elicits immediate feelings of gloom and doom, this new SF anthology is a good antidote. Let reviewer Arley Sorg tell you all about it!

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Book Review: Liar, Dreamer, Thief, by Maria Dong

Are you looking for a fantasy for people who like mysteries and a mystery for people who love fantasy? Then Maria Dong’s new novel Liar, Dreamer, Thief might just be for you!

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Book Review: Across the Sand, by Hugh Howey

This month, Chris Kluwe launches us into the difficult future of Hugh Howey’s The Sand Chronicles. Find out why you might love Howey’s new novel Across the Sand, even if you haven’t read the first book in the series.

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Book Review: Eternally Yours, edited by Patrice Caldwell

Arley Sorg doesn’t read much paranormal romance, but when he finds an anthology like Patrice Caldwell’s new Eternally Yours, he jumps at a chance to read something new. Find out why this anthology is very much worth picking up.

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Book Review: The Chosen and the Beautiful, by Nghi Vo

Aigner Loren Wilson explains why you don’t need to know how to do the Charleston to enjoy Nghi Vo’s new novel, The Chosen and the Beautiful.

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Book Review: Other Terrors, edited by Liaguno & Mason

Chris Kluwe assures us that it’s worth getting a little scared to check out Other Terrors, a new anthology edited by Vince A. Liaguno and Rena Mason.

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Book Review: Africa Risen, edited by Thomas, Ekpeki, & Knight

Africa Risen isn’t just a new anthology edited by a triumvirate of amazing editors (Sheree Renée Thomas, Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki, and Zelda Knight)—it’s a terrific read! Let reviewer Arley Sorg tell you why you’ll love it.

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Book Review: She and Her Cat, by Makoto Shinkai, translated by Naruki Nagakawa

Looking for a good cry? Reviewer Aigner Loren Wilson recommends this new hardcover edition of She and Her Cat, written by Makoto Shinkai and translated by Naruki Nagakawa.

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Book Review: Our Shadows Have Claws, edited by Méndez & Ortiz

If you’re looking for an anthology with a hint of spookiness, Arley Sorg recommends Our Shadows Have Claws, a new book edited by Yamile Saied Méndez and Amparo Ortiz.

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Book Review: Tune in Tomorrow, by Randee Dawn

You don’t need to like reality TV to enjoy Tune in Tomorrow, a new urban fantasy by Randee Dawn. Let Chris Kluwe tell you why.