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Review: The Burning God by R.F. Kuang

The Burning God is R.F. Kuang’s epic finale to her Chinese history-inspired Poppy War series, which began with The Poppy War and continued with The Dragon Republic. It’s impossible to overstate what R.F. Kuang...

REVIEW: Jurgen by James Branch Cabell

Before J.R.R. Tolkien, there was James Branch Cabell (1879-1958), a pioneer in the fantasy genre from Richmond, Virginia, who achieved his greatest fame during the roaring 1920s. Cabell published a series of 23 novels...

REVIEW: Lute by Jennifer Thorne

Lute is an understated masterpiece of folk horror by Jennifer Thorne, an exceptionally talented new voice in the genre. The small British island of Lute is both blessed and cursed. Its inhabitants experience lives...

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