Monster Hunter Siege by Larry Correia: Review

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Monster Hunter Siege is a satisfying new entry in the popular series. However, it also demonstrates Larry Correia’s unwillingness to take writing risks.

The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins: Review

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The Library at Mount Char is a well-written fantasy novel which aches with the potential for greatness but doesn't quite achieve it.

Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel: Review

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Sleeping Giants is a highly enjoyable and accessible novel which builds a human story around the impact of a piece of alien technology found on Earth.

Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee: Review

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Ninefox Gambit is an enjoyable and polished piece of military science fiction goodness, which has only a few small flaws that let it down.

Son of the Black Sword by Larry Correia: Review

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Son of the Black Sword is a fast-moving and gutsy epic fantasy novel which contains a great deal of the gritty prose which Larry Correia is known for.

Firefight by Brandon Sanderson: Review

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If you liked Steelheart, I recommend you pick up Firefight. It won’t take you long to read it, and it’s an ideal light read after a heavier series.

Ann Leckie’s Ancillary Sword: Review

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Ancillary Sword is a worthy follow-up to Ann Leckie’s Hugo- and Nebula-Award-winning debut, Ancillary Justice.

The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi: Review

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If you liked The Quantum Thief, you should be reading this excellent follow-up by author Hannu Rajaniemi.

Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson: Review

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Brandon Sanderson’s Steelheart novel is a quality novel that most science fiction/fantasy fans will enjoy -- as long as they don't take it too seriously.

The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss: Review

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Patrick Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things is an extremely charming extended vignette that any Rothfuss fan would be a true fool to miss.

Ann Leckie’s Ancillary Justice: Review

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Ann Leckie’s debut Ancillary Justice, is a stellar modern piece of science fiction which will remind seasoned readers of the classic greats in the genre.

Fool’s Assassin by Robin Hobb: Review

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Fool's Assassin is a triumphant return to the world and the characters which Robin Hobb commenced two decades ago with Assassin's Apprentice.

The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss: Review

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With The Wise Man’s Fear, Patrick Rothfuss has produced what his fans have been praying for: A sequel worthy to the Name of the Wind.

The Player of Games by Iain M. Banks: Review

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One of Iain M. Banks' tightest Culture novels, The Player of Games represents the British author writing science fiction at his most accessible.

Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks: Review

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Read 24 years after it was first published in 1987, it is apparent that Consider Phlebas is what might be termed a flawed gem of modern science fiction.

The Quantum Thief by Hannu Rajaniemi: Review

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The Quantum Thief is that rarest of rare birds; a first novel by a debut author which is a joy to read and takes the science fiction genre forward.

Towers of Midnight by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan: Review

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Disappointingly, Towers of Midnight will go down in history as one of the poorest books in the awe-inspiring The Wheel of Time series.

The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson: Review

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The Stormlight Archive is a series that every fantasy fan should read and be familiar with. The Way of Kings represents a stellar start to that series.

Dragon Haven by Robin Hobb: Review

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With Dragon Haven, fantasy master Robin Hobb began to rekindle some of the magic that had left her most recent works.

Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson: Review

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Gardens of the Moon is a remarkable book and a must-read for the more advanced fantasy fans amongst us. But it's a flawed novel.

The Gathering Storm by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan: Review

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Considering that Robert Jordan is no longer around, it is remarkable that The Gathering Storm is so true to the vision of the series' original creator.

Hyperion by Dan Simmons: Review

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Dan Simmons' 1989 book Hyperion is a masterpiece of the science fiction genre and a must-read for any lover of classic sci-fi literature.

Transition by Iain Banks: Review

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Transition is not for everyone. But for those who are willing to push through Banks' sardonic veil to see what's beyond, you'll find a fascinating journey.

The Darkest Road by Guy Gavriel Kay: Review

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The Darkest Road represents a satisfying conclusion to Guy Gavriel Kay's debut fantasy series, The Fionavar Tapestry.

The Wandering Fire by Guy Gavriel Kay: Review

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The Wandering Fire is a worthy and satisfying follow-up to Guy Gavriel Kay's first book in The Fionavar Tapestry trilogy, The Summer Tree.

Brandon Sanderson’s The Hero of Ages: Review

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The Hero of Ages is the best possible conclusion to what has become one of modern fantasy's best trilogies, the Mistborn series.

The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson: Review

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If you liked the first Mistborn novel, you'll want to pick up The Well of Ascension and block out a sizeable chunk of space in your diary.

The Summer Tree by Guy Gavriel Kay: Review

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The Summer Tree, the first book by Guy Gavriel Kay, is a delightful little gem of fantasy literature that promises big things for the author.

Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson: Review

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Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn: The Final Empire is a thoroughly satisfying beginning to what I expect will be a great trilogy.

A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller: Review

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A Canticle for Leibowitz represents a hilarious, disturbing and enlightening vision of our young race and will remain a landmark in the sci-fi genre.

Use of Weapons by Iain M. Banks: Review

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Use of Weapons is a thought-provoking, if flawed, meditation on the use of violence as a tool for political and societal development.

Best Served Cold by Joe Abercrombie: Review

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Joe Abercrombie's new stand-alone novel Best Served Cold is a blood-soaked revenge quest that will highly satisfy fantasy fans with a black sense of humour.

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