The Killing Moon
Jemisin transports the reader to a fabulous Egypt-flavored realm where priests heal and kill through the power of dreams against a backdrop of dynastic politics and cultural revolution.
Kosmatka's debut is a gripping and gory near-future thriller in which genetic engineering and jingoism prove to be a terrify-ing combination.
Wonders of the Invisible World
McKillip's splendid new fantasy collection showcases her extensive range, bringing the resonance of folklore to tales of terror, poignant allegory, humor, and love.
This physically and figuratively tremendous collection of "weird" stories—a label that embraces the scary, strange, liminal, and interstitial—traces the nebulous genre's evolution from 1908 to 2010.
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