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Sketched Concept Map for The Thousand Names by Django Wexler

I really don’t often use the terms “super-exclusive” or “extra-special”, but in this case. well… Thanks to Django Wexler, whose excellent debut fantasy The Thousand Names I reviewed here a few weeks ago, I am pleased to present the author’s … Continue reading

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The Thousand Names by Django Wexler

Khandar, a colony of the Vordanai Empire, has rebelled. The empire’s colonial army has been kicked out of the capital city Ashe-Katarion by a coalition of the religious fanatics known as the Redeemers and Voltarai desert tribes led by the … Continue reading

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River of Stars by Guy Gavriel Kay

It would be wrong to call Guy Gavriel Kay’s new novel River of Stars a sequel to 2010’s Under Heaven. As Mr. Kay recently said in an interview I conducted with him: “If someone wrote a book about 16th century … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Guy Gavriel Kay

For today’s interview, I’m extremely proud to welcome one of my favorite fantasy authors ever: Guy Gavriel Kay! GUY GAVRIEL KAY was born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, and raised in Winnipeg. In the 1970’s he was retained by the Estate of … Continue reading

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Excerpt: River of Stars by Guy Gavriel Kay

I’m extremely proud and happy to present the entire first chapter of Guy Gavriel Kay’s forthcoming novel River of Stars, due out on April 2nd, 2013 from Roc (Penguin). Enjoy!  CHAPTER I Late autumn, early morning. It is cold, mist rising … Continue reading

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Clean by Alex Hughes

Adam was a successful and talented member of the Telepaths’ Guild until his drug habit got him kicked out. Now he works for the Atlanta police department as a consultant and interrogator: after all, a Level Eight Telepath like Adam, … Continue reading

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