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Truth and Fear by Peter Higgins

Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins (review) was one of last year’s strongest debuts, a unique dystopian fantasy set in an alternate Stalin-era USSR with Russian mythological elements and vague hints of something science fictional happening out in space. The story of … Continue reading

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Giveaway winners! (Wolfhound Century giveaway)

The winners of last week’s giveaway are… Brittain B. of Shoreline, WA  Michele M. of Woodinville, WA  Chi S. of Salem, OR  Stephenie S. of Bel Air, MD  Chris T. of Taunton, MA  Congratulations to all five winners! Your copies of Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins … Continue reading

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Giveaway! Enter to win 1 of 5 paperback copies of Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins

Thanks to the kind folks at Orbit, I have a grand total of five paperback copies of Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins to give away to five lucky readers in the US or Canada. If you’re not familiar with the … Continue reading

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Guest post by Peter Higgins: Impossible Genres: Are There Books That Can’t Be Written?

Peter Higgins’ debut novel Wolfhound Century was easily one of my favorite books of 2013. With its luminous prose and original world-building, the novel took me utterly by surprise. Today, just about a year later, Orbit and Peter Higgins deliver … Continue reading

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Giveaway winner! (The Fell Sword giveaway)

The winner of last week’s giveaway is … Erin S. of Denton, TX Congratulations, Erin! Your copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron is on its way, courtesy of the kind folks at Orbit.  And, if you didn’t win … Continue reading

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Giveaway! Enter to win a copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron!

I haven’t exactly been shy about letting the world know that I’m enjoying Miles Cameron’s Traitor Son Cycle tremendously. With the recent release of The Fell Sword, the second book in the series, I thought it’d be a good time … Continue reading

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The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

Despite some minor misgivings, I absolutely loved Miles Cameron’s debut fantasy novel The Red Knight, the gritty and stirring story of a mercenary company, led by the titular Red Knight, who gets drawn into an epic battle that turns out to … Continue reading

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Arcanum by Simon Morden

What happens when the magic goes away? More specifically, what happens when a small but strategically located region that has relied on its hexmasters for centuries is forced to deal with the sudden disappearance of its all-powerful magic? Simon Morden … Continue reading

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The Gaslight Dogs by Karin Lowachee

My first entry in the new Under the Radar column at Tor.com went up this morning, focusing on the excellent novel The Gaslight Dogs by Karin Lowachee. An excerpt: The Gaslight Dogs packs an enormous amount of depth into barely 340 … Continue reading

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Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach

Fortune’s Pawn is the story of a talented space mercenary who is addicted to adrenaline, drinks like a fish, sleeps around, and wants nothing more than to become a member of the elite force known as the Devastators. Thanks to raw … Continue reading

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