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6 Great Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books!

13:21, 20 November 2017

The Found and the Lost by Ursula K. Le Guin



Every novella by Ursula K. Le Guin, an icon in American literature, collected for the first time — and introduced by the legendary author — in one breathtaking volume. She has had her work collected over the years, but never as a complete retrospective of her longer works as represented in the wonderful The Found and the Lost.
This collection is a literary treasure chest that belongs in every home library.

Hero by R.A. Salvatore



The saga of dark elf Drizzt Do’Urden has become a fixture in the fantasy genre, with a string of New York Times bestselling novels going back to 1988. Hero is the follow-up to Maestro and Archmage, and final book in the Homecoming trilogy.

The Black Key by Amy Ewing



The thrilling conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Lone City trilogy, which began with The Jewel, a book BCCB said “will have fans of Oliver’s Delirium, Cass’s The Selection, and DeStefano’s Wither breathless.”
For too long, Violet and the people of the outer circles of the Lone City have lived in service of the royalty of the Jewel. But now, the secret society known as the Black Key is preparing to seize power.

The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke



Nominated for the Phillip K. Dick Award, a science fiction fairy tale set in a collapsing future America about a girl and the android she falls in love with. His primary task now is to tutor Cat. Finn stays with her, becoming her constant companion and friend as she grows into adulthood.

Cloak of War by Rhonda Mason



The bloody tournament to determine the new empress of the intergalactic empire may be over, but for exiled princess Kayla Reinumon, the battle is just beginning. To free her home planet from occupation, Kayla must infiltrate the highest reaches of imperial power. But when a deadly nanovirus threatens to ravage the empire, it will take more than diplomacy to protect her homeworld from all-out war.

The Last Days of New Paris by China Miéville



1941. In the chaos of wartime Marseille, American engineer — and occult disciple — Jack Parsons stumbles onto a clandestine anti-Nazi group, including Surrealist theorist André Breton. In the strange games of the dissident diplomats, exiled revolutionaries, and avant-garde artists, Parsons finds and channels hope. But what he unwittingly unleashes is the power of dreams and nightmares, changing the war and the world forever.

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