Jul 3
2020

Library Journal starred review for Peace Talks

Peace Talks by Jim Butcher

“Harry Dresden is not a popular wizard in the eyes of the White Council, but he has been tasked with providing security to the senior council members as they join several other coalitions to discuss peace with the signers of the Unseelie Accord. As the Winter Knight, Harry must also liaison for Mab, Queen of Air and Darkness, which has placed him further in the crosshairs of the council, his grandfather, Ebenezar McCoy, comes to warn him. As the allies he was living with face an assassin who’s well-known to him, Harry must find a way to keep the talks going while he tries to discover the truth behind the attack, satisfy the players he serves, including the vampire Lara Raith, and make sure that his loved ones survive. Harry has protected his hometown of Chicago from the paranormal for years, but this summit may end up revealing far more than the powers at hand. VERDICT With many familiar faces returning and lots of magical action, this latest from Butcher will have fans rejoicing at the return of Chicago’s only professional wizard.” — Library Journal, Starred Review

Jul 1
2020

Lee and Muir both win 2020 Locus Awards!

Congratulations to both Yoon Ha Lee and Tamsyn Muir on their 2020 Locus Awards wins!

YOUNG ADULT NOVEL
Dragon Pearl, Yoon Ha Lee (Disney Hyperion)

FIRST NOVEL
Gideon the Ninth, Tamsyn Muir (Tor.com Publishing)

Jun 29
2020

All Systems Red is a finalist for the 2020 Ignotus Award!

The Spanish edition of All Systems Red (Sistemas críticos), translated by Carla Bataller Estruch, is a finalist for the 2020 Ignotus Award in the Cuento extranjero (short translation) category, awarded annually by the Spanish Association of Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror to Spanish and foreign authors for works published in Spain during the previous year!

Jun 26
2020

American Demon by Kim Harrison is a NYT and USA Today bestseller!

American Demon by Kim Harrison, the newest book in her Hollows series, has debuted on the New York Times fiction bestsellers list at #8 on the print & ebook combined list, and has also debuted at #12 on the USA Today bestsellers list!

Jun 19
2020

New York Times on Network Effect

Network Effect by Martha Wells

“Like a feature film following a television series, Network Effect faces the challenge of presenting a longer-than-usual episode for existing fans while standing on its own as an intelligible entry point for new readers. It more than succeeds, with all the intensity, humor and deep feeling of the novellas flourishing in a more complex and ambitious structure. While the chief pleasure of the Murderbot Diaries is the protagonist’s unique and delightful voice, Network Effect introduces new characters and subtly different perspectives in a way that only amplifies its shocking joy. I caught myself rereading my favorite parts the way Murderbot rewatches episodes of Sanctuary Moon, and I can’t recommend it enough.” — New York Times Book Review

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