Science Fiction & Fantasy


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Book Reviews: July 2017

This month, Andrew Liptak takes a look at Skullsworn, by Brian Staveley, and Spellbreaker, by Blake Charlton.


Book Review: June 2017

The month, Amal El-Mohtar gives an in-depth look at Lara Donnelly’s novel Amberlough.


Book Reviews: May 2017

This month LaShawn M. Wanak reviews the first season of Tremontaine, a serial projected created by Ellen Kushner and freshly collected by Saga Press. She also dives into Maurice Broaddus’ new novella, Buffalo Soldier, and Ellen Klages’ Wicked Wonders.


Book Reviews: April 2017

This month, Andrew Liptak looks at two debut fantasies: Katherine Arden’s The Bear and the Nightingale and Thoraiya Dyer’s Crossroads of Canopy.


Book Reviews: March 2017

Amal El-Mohtar takes a look at Mishell Baker’s Phantom Pains and N.K. Jemisin’s The Obelisk Gate in an examination of powerful sequels.


Book Reviews: February 2017

This month, our newest member of our reviews team, LaShawn Wanak, takes a look at Mur Lafferty’sSix Wakes, Kameron Hurley’s The Stars Are Legion, and a new novella from Kai Ashante Wilson: A Taste of Honey.


Book Reviews, January 2017

This month, Andrew Liptak digs into second novels, including Indomitable, by W.C. Bauers, Remnants of Trust, by Elizabeth Bonesteel, and A Closed and Common Orbit, by Becky Chambers.


Book Reviews, December 2016

This month, Amal El-Mohtar digs deep to expose the skeleton of Fran Wilde’s Cloudbound.


Book Reviews, November 2016

This month, we bring in a group of special reviewers to look at what’s new and exciting in the world of graphic novels, including Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme #1, Mighty Jack: Book One, Neil Gaiman’s How to Talk to Girls at Parties, and Nimona.


Book Reviews: October 2016

This month, Andrew Liptak reviews a cyberpunk murder mystery (False Hearts, by Laura Lam), a debut space opera (Behind the Throne, by K. B. Wagers) and a Lovecraftian horror novel that fittingly takes place at a Lovecraftian horror convention (I Am Providence, by Nick Mamatas.