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Pillar to the Sky

An urgent mission to the cosmos bears the fortitude of the Founding Fathers and the Industrial Revolution's pioneers.

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The Time Traveler's Almanac

From the editors of The Weird, an ambitious collection of temporal quests and ingenious paradoxes.

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Black Moon

A bleary-eyed apocalypse in which zombies are replaced by the restlessly wakeful.

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Definitely Maybe

A classic of Russian science fiction resurfaces.

 

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The Crane Wife

A novel based on a Japanese folktale traces a journey of redemptive magic, art, and love.

 

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New Vessels: A Critic's SF Picks for 2013

Thirteen works of fantasy and science fiction that register fresh visions.

 

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Burning Paradise

In this Twilight Zone–esque novel, we really are surrounded.

 

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The Abominable

An adventure on the slopes of Mount Everest harks back to the ripping yarns of Kipling and Haggard.

 

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Doctor Sleep

The long-awaited sequel to The Shining proves a chilling American odyssey.

 

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Blood of Tyrants

An alternate history epic brings a British captain and his loyal dragon to battle with Napoleon's army.

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Neptune's Brood

The visionary adventure begun in Saturn's Children continues to extend the legacy of Heinlein and other foundational dreamers.

 

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The Long War and The Long Earth

A series from two legends of speculative fiction makes Manifest Destiny multiversal.

 

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Empty Space

Another artful experiment from a genre-bending icon of science fiction.

 

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Sophomore Honor Roll

When second novels prove to be second nature.

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The Fractal Prince

A postmodern SF adventure melds twelfth-century folktales with twenty-first-century science.

 

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