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: The All-Consuming World, by Cassandra Khaw

If you like a little heist action with your SF, Aigner Loren Wilson thinks you’ll like The All-Consuming World, by Cassandra Khaw. Check out her review to find out why.

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Book Review: Juniper & Thorn, by Ava Reid

Chris Kluwe reviews a dark fairy tale re-telling: Ava Reid’s new gothic novel Juniper & Thorn. Find out why he came away enchanted.

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Book Review: El Porvenir, ¡Ya!, edited by Duncan, Irizary, & Rendón

Arley Sorg grew up collecting anthologies like other kids collected baseball cards. And he’s here to tell you that El Porvenir, ¡Ya!—a new anthology by Mexican Americans—is worth adding to your collection.

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Book Review: Gearbreakers, by Zoe Hana Mikuta

For Aigner Loren Wilson’s latest review, she checks out Gearbreakers by Zoe Hana Mikuta. If you like love, friendship, and giant mechanized fighter bots, this one’s for you.

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Book Review: Dreams for a Broken World, Day & Meeropol, editors

If you’re looking for a new anthology, Arley Sorg says you ought to pick up Dreams for a Broken World, a new anthology edited by Julie C. Day and Ellen Meeropol.

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Book Review: Monsters Born and Made, by Tanvi Berwah

Chris Kluwe dives into into the harsh world of  Monsters Born and Made, by Tanvi Berwah—find out why he thinks you might love its dangerous, creature-filled oceans and complex characters.

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Book Review: Light From Uncommon Stars, by Ryka Aoki

This month, Aigner Loren Wilson reviews Light From Uncommon Stars, by Ryka Aoki—a novel packed with starships, violins, and . . . donuts? Check out Aigner’s review and find out out why this book might be for you.

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Book Review: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

Do you need to read Jennifer Estep’s novel Capture the Crown to enjoy the sequel, Tear Down the Throne? Reviewer Chris Kluwe says “no”! But he also says that if you like scheming, spellcasting, and swordfighting, you will love these books.

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Book Review: Disruption, edited by Zadok, Szczurek, Snyman

You know Arley Sorg is always looking for the next terrific anthology. This time, he says: “Disruption: New Short Fiction from Africa, published by Catalyst Press, is a must-read.” Come find out why it will knock your socks off!

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Book Review: The Ballad of Perilous Graves, by Alex Jennings

Reviewer Aigner Loren Wilson recommends taking a trip to New Orleans—or at least reading The Ballad of Perilous Graves, a new novel by Alex Jennings set in the Big Easy.