Time and Again by Jack Finney Jack Finney’s Time and Again (1970) has been a long-time favorite among time-travel tales, and has remained in print since its first publication. It was also selected by David Pringle for his Modern Fantasy: The 100 Best Novels. Since I’ve been on a time-travel trip lately, this was a […]Read More
Order [book in series=yearoffirstbook.book# (eg 2014.01), stand-alone or one-author collection=3333.pubyear, multi-author anthology=5555.pubyear, SFM/MM=5000, interview=1111]: 1970.01
Posted by Brad Hawley | Sep 30, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 4
The Eternal Champion by Michael Moorcock Though I have read a handful of Elric stories and several comics — new and old — based on the character, The Eternal Champion is the first complete novel of Michael Moorcock’s that I have read, and I enjoyed it immensely. Erekosë, another character in Moorcock’s larger ETERNAL CHAMPION series, […]Read More
Posted by Brad Hawley | Feb 14, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 3
Lone Wolf and Cub Omnibus Volume One by Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima Dark Horse has just started reissuing one of the best manga collections of all-time: Lone Wolf and Cub. If you are interested in Japanese art and culture, this volume is one you want to order immediately! Even if you aren’t interest in […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Mar 28, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 9
Ringworld by Larry Niven In 2850 AD, Louis Wu is at his 200th birthday party and thinking about how bored he is. The world has become homogeneous — everyone on Earth uses the same language, everything is available everywhere, and all the cities have lost their unique flavor. Life is dull. That’s why Louis Wu […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Sep 11, 2012 | SFF Reviews | 2
Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny “I’d get what I needed and take what I wanted and I’d remember those who helped me and step on the rest. For this, I knew, was the law by which our family lived, and I was a true son of my father.” When Corwin wakes up in […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Dec 20, 2009 | SFF Reviews | 0
Deryni Rising by Katherine Kurtz Katherine Kurtz is truly a mistress of fantasy — she’s been writing high epic fantasy for 40 years and should be considered one of the post-Tolkien “parents” of our genre. The setting of the Deryni saga is an alternate medieval Europe (clearly analogous to our medieval England and Wales) and […]Read More
We’re updating our theme, so things may be a little messy or slow until we’re finished. Thank you for being patient with us!
SUBSCRIBE TO POSTS
US UK CANADA
Or, in the US, simply click the book covers we show. We receive referral fees for all purchases (not just books). This has no impact on the price and we can't see what you buy. This is how we pay for hosting and postage for our GIVEAWAYS. Thank you for your support!