May 15
2017

Barnes & Noble SFF on The Gathering Edge

The Gathering Edge by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller

“The landmark 20th Liaden Universe novel finds Theo Waitley, bonded to the sentient starship Bechimo, seeking an escape from the hordes of people who wish to kill her, seize her vessel, and arrest more or less her entire crew. The Bechimo suggests a vacation of sorts in “safe space.” But that safety falls into immediate question when the walls between universes and times grow thin, and things start leaking through­including entire starships. One, a battle-scarred relic from an ancient, doomed war, is crewed by Theo’s own ancestors­and they could use some help in the survival department. The anomalous scenario gives Theo serious choices to make, transforming the “safe space” into something much more perilous­and much more adventurous. ” — Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi and Fantasy

May 12
2017

Ninefox Gambit is an Arthur C. Clarke Award finalist!

Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee is a finalist for the 2017 Arthur C. Clarke award!

May 10
2017

Tor.com on Brimstone

Brimstone by Cherie Priest

“Brimstone is a haunting and surprisingly funny book—at turns raising the hair on your arms, and a laugh from your belly. Cassadaga is a delight, and being able to experience its intricacies and eccentricities through a newcomer’s eyes, reminded me of exploring Hogsmeade from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, or Hopewell, Illinois from Terry Brooks’s criminally underrated Running with the Demon. Priest has laid enough groundwork that a sequel seems inevitable, but also wraps things up nicely enough for the experience to feel whole and complete. With its unique mix of Americana, post-war themes, likeable characters, and swift plot, Brimstone is easy to recommend.” — Tor.com

May 8
2017

Marked in Flesh has won a RT Award!

Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop has won the 2016 RT Reviewers’ Choice Award for Urban Fantasy!

May 5
2017

All Systems Red is an Amazon Best Book of the Month

All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries 1) by Martha Wells is an Amazon Best Book of the Month for May!

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