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Magic’s Pawn by Mercedes Lackey Magic’s Pawn is the first book in The Last Herald-Mage Series written in 1989. Discussed this episode One of the first openly gay characters in science fiction/fantasy.
House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende Part 2 Isaac and Reid continue their discussion of House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende. The second half of the book follows Esteban and his children, and gran
House of the Spirits Part 1 by Isabel Allende Isabel Allende’s debut novel, House of the Spirits, is a journey in magical realism. House of the Spirits follows four generations of the Trueba family ag
The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien Before Lord of the Rings there was The Hobbit. To many The Hobbit is the cornerstone work of fantasy writing, introducing readers to the high fantasy realm of Middle Earth. J
Dreadnought by April Daniels A modern superhero story. Dreadnought features Danny, our protagonist who gets the superhero mantel thrust upon her. But with the mantel came a body change. Danny physical
All Systems Red by Martha Wells Martha Wells is an accomplished author, active since 1993. All Systems Red is the first work in the Murderbot series, a series that follows Murderbot as they are the se
Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones Mapping the Interior is a ghost story of loss. Published in 2017, Jones explores how the event of a death of a father cascades into a young adult story of
The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro An expansion of the Arthurian Mythos, The Buried Giant follows an elderly couple as they begin to remember a past they had forgotten. Kazuo Ishiguro, a winner of the
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley What does the mass production of biology look like, and what are its consequences? These are the questions proposed in the 1931 book by Aldous Huxley: Brave New World.
Short Stories of Izzy Wasserstein Izzy Wasserstein is a prolific new writer, writing and publishing over twenty-five short stories in the past four years! In this episode we discuss three short storie