An antisocial security robot who calls herself Murderbot, intimidatingly efficient but grouchy and goodhearted, will utterly steal your heart in this fast-paced sci-fi adventure.
Meet Ellie, a 1920s bootlegger in update New York, and prepare for incandescent prose, clever plots, endearing characters, class struggle, demon cults, actual demons, magick, wizardry and beauty.
A Jazz Age quest narrative inspired by Mayan mythology and set in Mexico, this exuberant, dazzling book is just the underworld fantasy to keep you warm this winter.
With breathtaking attention to world-building and character, this book is a sharp, fine, warmhearted family dramedy of manners in a Regency-inspired world—where all the characters happen to be dragons.
Imagine if the wizarding school we all know and love got contemporary, and then got very MURDERY!! Fast-paced detective tale with a dark magical twist.
An absolutely unlovable main character will earn your love as she battles monsters and villains in one of the best fantasy worlds I’ve ever read. This book is one of those that will make you laugh out loud, cry, and cringe all at the same time.
A group of runaways fights for freedom in a world that has been taught to hate them—it's fast-paced and gritty, with fantastic world-building to boot. I could not put this book down.
The jilted background characters and vague victims of Ovid’s mythology reclaim their power here in full—badass, feminist, and more alive than ever.
If Game of Thrones had more dragons, fewer main characters, and was actually finished!
A sci-fi book by a Byzantine scholar about a small space station ambassador trying her best to maintain her colony’s independence and not be murdered (as she suspects her predecessor may have been).
An adventurer group, the best in the land, the MOST fearsome and powerful—only now they are 10+ years into retirement, out of shape, and getting the band back together. Fun read!
This science fiction and fantasy blend also has elements of horror, especially in the atmospheric descriptions. This book is full of puns and not caring what people think.