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Cover Reveal: Smoke Eaters by Sean Grigsby

Coming soon… watch dragons battle it out with firefighters in Sean Grigsby‘s Smoke Eaters!

Firefighter Cole Brannigan is on the verge of retirement after 30 years on the job, and a decade fighting dragons. But during his final fire call, he discovers he’s immune to dragon smoke. It’s such a rare power that he’s immediately conscripted into the elite dragon-fighting force known as the Smoke Eaters.  Retirement cancelled, Brannigan is re-assigned as a lowly rookie, chafing under his superiors. So when he discovers a plot to take over the city’s government, he takes matters into his own hands. With

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Exclusive Excerpts of United States of Japan

Howdy folk! United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas

We have not one but TWO excerpts of Peter Tieryas‘ hotly anticipated United States of Japan to share with you today.

The first, which describes the liberation of the Japanese internment camp can be found over on Tor.com.

The second, over at the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog is an introduction to one of the main characters, Beniko Ishimura.

Here’s what a few people have been saying about the

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Angry Robot Invades B&N’s SF & F Blog

Xmas_AngstromHo, ho, ho! Merry (almost) Christmas!

Although for eleven months of the year we are angry, seething robots, threatening to overthrow earth’s puny leaders and instil some cybernetic terror from our orbital death platform, we’re actually pretty merry when it comes to the holidays.

I mean, look at Angstrom’s excellent Santa hat. Nothing screams ‘Joyeux Noël’ like a robot wearing a jolly hat, eh?

Do you know what else gets us in the holiday mood? Offering you guys something a little bit different. Which

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Cover Reveal: If Then by Matthew De Abaitua

We’ve got another cover reveal to shout about! They’re all coming out at the moment.

This time it’s the excellent cover for If Then,  the new literary sci-fi novel from the acclaimed author of The Red Men, Matthew De Abaitua.

Here’s the full book synopsis:

In the near future, after the collapse of society as we know it, one English town survives under the protection of the computer algorithms of the Process, which governs every aspect of their lives. The Process gives and it takes. It allocates jobs and resources, giving each person exactly what it

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