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Sep 18

California Bones – Greg Van Eekhout

About the Book When Daniel Blackland was six, he ingested his first bone fragment, a bit of kraken spine plucked out of the sand during a visit with his demanding, brilliant, and powerful magician father, Sebastian. When Daniel was twelve, he watched Sebastian die at the hands of the Hierarch of Southern California, devoured for …

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Sep 17

We need to talk about something serious.

I have a problem. Are you guys sitting down? I’m pretty sure you can’t handle this revelation if you aren’t. I have a big, huge, tree-killing problem. I have a glorious, word-a-licious, imagination fueling issue. Books. I love them and they love me. The issue is, I get a ton (TON) of books sent to …

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Sep 15

Cursed Moon – Jaye Wells

About the Book When a rare Blue Moon upsets the magical balance in the city, Detective Kate Prospero and her Magical Enforcement colleagues pitch in to help Babylon PD keep the peace. Between potions going haywire and everyone’s emotions running high, every cop in the city is on edge. But the moon’s impact is especially …

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Sep 12

Epic GIVEAWAY | The ENTIRE Jumper series by Steven Gould!

Yes, you read that right. All four books.  You can win them. Right here. — Rules:  1. Open to United States and Canadian residents only. 2. One entry per person. 3. To enter, just leave a comment on this post. 4. You have until midnight on Thursday, September 18 to enter. The winner will be …

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Sep 10

I Am Not Broken: The Language of Disability

I was at work yesterday talking to a coworker about my upcoming surgery when I mentioned, laughing, “I’m broken,” with a shrug. My coworker laughed, and I laughed and she moved on and I stayed right there, rooted to the floor, thinking about the words that had just slipped into my dialogue. I meant them …

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Sep 10

City of Stairs – Robert Jackson Bennett

About the Book A densely atmospheric and intrigue-filled fantasy novel of living spies, dead gods, buried histories, and a mysterious, ever-changing city-from one of America’s most acclaimed young SF writers. Years ago, the city of Bulikov wielded the powers of the Gods to conquer the world. But after its divine protectors were mysteriously killed, the …

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Sep 08

The Midnight Queen – Sylvia Izzo Hunter

About the Book In the hallowed halls of Oxford’s Merlin College, the most talented—and highest born—sons of the Kingdom of Britain are taught the intricacies of magickal theory. But what dazzles can also destroy, as Gray Marshall is about to discover… Gray’s deep talent for magick has won him a place at Merlin College. But …

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Sep 05

Shadowplay – Tad Williams

About the Book A year ago, the March Kingdoms were at peace, and the Eddon family held the throne. Now the family has been shattered. King Olin Eddon is a prisoner in a faraway land, and Olin’s heir Kendrick is dead–slain by treachery and dark, bloody magic. With their father and brother taken from them, …

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Sep 03

Echopraxia – Peter Watts

About the Book Prepare for a different kind of singularity in this follow-up to the Hugo-nominated novel Blindsight It’s the eve of the twenty-second century: a world where the dearly departed send postcards back from Heaven and evangelicals make scientific breakthroughs by speaking in tongues; where genetically engineered vampires solve problems intractable to baseline humans …

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Sep 02

House Immortal – Devon Monk

p5rn7vb About the Book One hundred years ago, eleven powerful ruling Houses consolidated all of the world’s resources and authority into their own grasping hands. Only one power wasn’t placed under the command of a single House: the control over the immortal galvanized…. Matilda Case isn’t like most folk. In fact, she’s unique in the …

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