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Urban Fantasy

Interstellar Epics


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Congratulations, NK Jamisin – 2018 Hugo Award winner!

And the 2018 Hugo Award for best novel goes to… NK Jamisin for The Stone Sky, book three of the Broken Earth trilogy. If you haven’t read all three books yet, quit wasting your time and buy them now!

Broken Earth Trilogy in Paperback & eBook:



There are no good guys in Joe Abercrombie’s The First Law trilogy!

Ever wish Tolkien didn’t take himself so freakin’ seriously? You’ll love the dark humor and darker deeds of Abercrombie’s brilliant epic fantasy series.

The First Law Trilogy in Paperback & eBook:



Douglas Adams’s best novel isn’t even part of the Hitchhiker’s Guide series!

The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul is hands-down Adams’s best work. You’re welcome to disagree, but you’ll be wrong. It’s worth reading Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency first. (Sadly, it’s not worth watching the TV show.)

Dirk Gently series in Paperback & eBook:



Just Released: The final novel from JRR Tolkien’s unfinished works!

Christopher Tolkien has polished up and published The Fall of Gondolin, the last novel ever to be assembled from his father’s notes and unfinished stories, just released August 30, 2018!

The Fall of Gondolin:

More Tolkien: Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth

The new The Fall of Gondolin and the previous The Children of Huron come largely from Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth, which includes many, many more uncompleted stories and story fragments, along with notes from the author and recollections of his son Christopher, who edited and published it. (I find it an endless treasure that I read and reread often! – Rick)

Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth:

The Children of Huron:

And if you’ve never read The Silmarillion, it’s time: