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Get through the winter with some of the longest series on shelves, including The Guin Saga by Kaoru Kurimoto.
Explore myriad stories imagined around shared themes and discover new favorite authors through these 2020 speculative fiction anthologies, including Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite, Edited by Zoraida Cordova and Natalie C. Parker.
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As we lose plans and time with loved ones to the pandemic, these books about lost time can offer some solace.
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We've rounded up a selection of books by neurodiverse authors for your TBR, and their insights about dyslexia, autism, ADHD, and more.
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Fall into the matriarchal worlds of these science fiction and fantasy books for Women's History Month and beyond.
These excellent science fiction and fantasy books about ambitious women prove that ambition doesn’t have to be a bad word.