Fantasy Book Guide
Wizards, strange creatures, and Norse gods, oh my.
Science Fiction Guide
Galactic warfare, dystopian catastrophes, megalomaniacal superheroes...we've got it all.
A Hugo Award-winning science fiction novel about an age-old question: What would it mean for humanity to make contact with an extraterrestrial species?
Special editions of Peter Pan, The Jungle Book, and most recently, The Beauty and the Beast, all of which have been lushly illustrated by the designer duo whose work you’ve seen in the Harry Potter films.
The tale of a gifted and notorious wizard, told in his own voice.
Jack Cheng’s upcoming children’s novel tells the story of a space-obsessed boy and his dog taking a journey together toward family, love, hope, and awe.
A bleak sci-fi/fantasy story that takes place on a dystopian super-continent where ecological disasters are routine and people can be born with the ability to manipulate earthquakes.
A tale of how humanity tries to survive the end of the world following the sudden disintegration of the Moon, and the thousands of years after.
Book one of The Reckoners, a sci-fi series about a world suddenly ruled by merciless supervillians and the humans who eventually decide to fight back.
The same books you know and love, now enhanced with interactive animations, elaborate artwork, and annotations written by J.K. Rowling herself.
Thanks to a recommendation from Sid O’Neill a while back, I found out about a series of sci-fi books by Hugh Howey called Wool. I finally picked up the omnibus edition (which collects books 1-5) over the weekend, and I was hooked from the get-go. Finished it just yesterday, and can’t wait to pick up the next entry in the series. Wool…
This weekend my wife and I each had the pleasure of starting and finishing Neil Gaiman’s popular 2013 novel, The Ocean at the End of the Lane. In stark contrast with his lighthearted children’s book Fortunately the Milk, Ocean is a dark tale that resurfaces in the mind of its protagonist as he recalls a series of disturbing events from his youth.…
I’ve had The Golem and the Jinni on my Amazon wish list for a while. Despite all the acclaim for the book I’ve heard and read, it took a potentially* spoiler-ish episode of the Technical Difficulties podcast—wherein they interview the book’s author, Helene Wecker—for me to finally pick up a copy. I’m only about a third of the way in as of…