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Make Books Your Valentine With February’s New Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Releases

December and January are historically lighter months for publishing, however February is ramping issues again up once more—simply in time for selecting out a e-book on your Valentine (or your self)! Romance is a theme this month—however you’ll additionally discover area adventures, inter-dimensional hijinks, magical libraries, monsters, and extra.


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The Bad Weather Friend by Dean R. Koontz

A person who’s having a string of unhealthy luck inherits an unlikely champion: an intimidatingly big new good friend named Spike, who’s decided to assist him flip issues flip round by any means crucial. (February 1)

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Bride by Ali Hazelwood

“A harmful alliance between a Vampyre bride and an Alpha Werewolf turns into a love deep sufficient to sink your tooth into on this new paranormal romance.” (February 6)

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The Burning Land by David Hair

A brand new trilogy begins on this story of knights who take an enemy hostage—and understand neither the empire they’re defending, nor the magical order they’ve lengthy been loyal to, are what they appear to be. (February 6)

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Crucible of Chaos by Sebastien de Castell

“A mortally wounded Justice of the Peace faces his deadliest trial inside an historical abbey the place the monks are going mad and the gods themselves could also be guilty.” (February 6)

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Fifty Beasts to Break Your Heart: And Other Stories by GennaRose Nethercott

“A group of darkish fairytales and fractured folklore exploring how our passions can save us—or go monstrously unsuitable.” (February 6)

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George R.R. Martin Presents Wild Cards: Sleeper Straddle: A Novel in Stories edited by George R.R. Martin

“An unique assortment of interwoven quick tales set within the Wild Playing cards universe, the place an alien virus mutates some and grants superpowers to others,” that includes contributions from Carrie Vaughn, Cherie Priest, Max Gladstone, and extra. (February 6)

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Simul by Andrew Caldecott

The Momenticon sequence continues as Morag and Fogg race by way of a magical land, going through monsters, corruption, and worse—with the destiny of humanity at stake. (February 6)

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The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett

“A Holmes and Watson-style detective duo take the stage on this fantasy with a thriller twist.” (February 6)

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Tales of the Celestial Kingdom by Sue Lynn Tan

The world of the writer’s Celestial Kingdom duology expands on this assortment tales set “earlier than, throughout, and after the occasions in Daughter of the Moon Goddess and Coronary heart of the Solar Warrior, all from the views of beloved characters.” (February 6)

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Your Shadow Half Remains by Sunny Moraine

Described as “The Final of Us meets Fowl Field,” this story explores a world wherein “eye contact causes individuals to spiral right into a lethal, violent rage.” (February 6)

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Among the Living by Tim Lebbon

On this Arctic-set horror thriller, former pals should put their variations apart to be able to survive a contagion seeping from the melting ice. (February 13)

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The Book of Doors by Gareth Brown

After a buyer dies in her bookstore, a lady takes notice of the mysterious quantity he was studying. Earlier than lengthy, she’s focused by collectors who’re dying to get their arms on it—and she or he’ll have to do all the things she will be able to to guard its magical secrets and techniques. (February 13)

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The Book of Love by Kelly Hyperlink

The acclaimed short-story writer’s first novel is a few trio of lifeless pals given a magical second probability—with some main circumstances connected—to return to the world of the dwelling. (February 13)

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Convergence Problems by Wole Talabi

This new short-story assortment explores “the quickly altering function of expertise and perception in our lives as we seek for which means, for information, for justice; always converging on our future selves.” (February 13)

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An Education in Malice by S.T. Gibson

When a personality is called “Carmilla,” you realize vampires might be concerned. Such is the case with this story set at a Massachusetts school for girls, the place a brand new scholar quickly makes an educational rival she finds each intimidating and alluring. (February 13)

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The Frame-Up by Gwenda Bond

An artwork thief who makes use of her secret magical powers to drag off heists appears unstoppable—till her daughter turns her in. A decade later, the outdated crew enlists the now-regretful daughter of their most harmful job but. (February 13)

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The Imposition of Unnecessary Obstacles by Malka Older

The subsequent cozy space-opera detective story that includes Investigator Mossa and Scholar Pleiti after The Mimicking of Identified Successes brings a brand new thriller to the desk that’ll require a visit to Jupiter’s moon, Io, to unravel. (February 13)

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Jubilee by Stephen Okay. Stanford

A pair of detectives enterprise into an AI-ruled parallel universe to discreetly get well the physique of a politician’s son—a job that proves trickier than they’d first thought, particularly as they begin to understand the attraction between them. (February 13)

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Medea by Eilish Quin

“Uncover the complete story of the sorceress Medea, one of the vital reviled and maligned ladies of Greek antiquity.” (February 13)

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Plastic: A Novel by Scott Guild

This story described as “each a crypto-comedic dystopian fantasy and a lethal critical dissection of our personal farcical pre-apocalypse” takes place in a world the place individuals immerse themselves in wearable tech that permits them to exist in digital worlds—a helpful escape till actuality itself begins to collapse. (February 13)

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Projections by S.E. Porter

The YA writer’s grownup debut is billed as a “darkish historic fantasy” that “explores misogyny and the soul-corrupting energy of unrequited love by way of an enchanted lens of violence and revenge.” (February 13)

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RJ The Astronaut by Jon Turney

When his craft fails and his crew abandons ship, a veteran astronaut is left to attempt to save the mission—however quickly realizes he’s not precisely alone in deep area. “Is that this entity an alien presence, is RJ shedding his thoughts, or is there a 3rd possibility? What occurs subsequent will depart him with extra questions than solutions.” (February 13)

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The Warm Hands of Ghosts by Katherine Arden

On this “historic novel with a speculative twist” set throughout World Struggle I, a nurse units out to search for her brother after beginning to doubt the experiences of his dying. (February 13)

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What Feasts at Night by T. Kingfisher

The sequel to horror novella What Strikes the Useless finds retired soldier Alex Easton heading to their household’s ancestral searching lodge for a peaceable retreat, solely to discover a new supernatural nightmare awaits. (February 13)

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The Bezzle: A Martin Hench Novel by Cory Doctorow

On this story set in 2006, a forensic accountant Martin Hench, final seen within the writer’s Crimson Group Blues, unintentionally uncovers a lethal scheme involving ultra-wealthy Californians and the state’s privatized jail system. (February 20)

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The Book of Ile-Rien: The Element of Fire and The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells

Collected for the primary time in a single quantity, and revised to signify Wells’ “most popular texts,” are two fantasy tales from the writer of Witch King and the Murderbot Diaries. (February 20)

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Exit Black by Joe Pitkin

Set at a ritzy area lodge that turns into infiltrated by terrorists, this sci-fi thriller is described as “Die Onerous meets The Martian—with a splash of Knives Out.” (February 20)

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Island Witch by Amanda Jayatissa

“Set in nineteenth century Sri Lanka and impressed by native folklore, the daughter of a standard demon-priest—relentlessly bullied by friends and accused of witchcraft herself—tries to unravel the mysterious assaults which were terrorizing her coastal village.” (February 20)

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Night for Day by Roselle Lim

Exes who unexpectedly reunite after they begin working on the identical firm are separated once more when their workplace turns into a battleground for a warfare between the gods. (February 20)

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Ours by Phillip B. Williams

This novel takes place over 40 years and faucets into “Black surrealism, mythology, and spirituality” to inform its story of a conjurer who travels the South within the 1830s, rescuing enslaved individuals and serving to them resettle in a group magically hidden from the skin world. (February 20)

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Sun of Blood and Ruin by Mariely Lares

“This reimagining of Zorro—that includes a heroic warrior sorceress—weaves Mesoamerican mythology and Mexican historical past 20 years after the Spanish conquest right into a swashbuckling, historic debut fantasy with magic, intrigue, treachery, and romance.” (February 20)

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To Cage a God by Elizabeth Could

Impressed by Imperial Russia, this romantic fantasy kicks off a brand new duology and follows a pair of magical sisters raised to steer a insurrection towards the gods possessing the royal household. (February 20)

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Twice Lived by Joma West

A teen who’s a “shifter”—they’ve two identities in parallel dimensions—should face the painful determination of deciding which world to make their everlasting dwelling. (February 20)

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Vangie’s Ghosts by Paul Di Filippo

A baby with the flexibility to see different variations of herself throughout dimensions discovers she has the flexibility to leap throughout timelines—honing her abilities and escaping power-mad adults as she goes. However she could not be capable to leap away from a sinister risk that’s chasing her by way of the multiverse. (February 20)

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The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed

On this darkish fairytale, lady is pressured to undertake a high-stakes rescue mission inside a harmful magical forest. (February 27)

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A Fate Inked in Blood by Danielle L. Jensen

“A protect maiden blessed by the gods battles to unite a nation underneath a power-hungry king—whereas combating her rising want for his fiery son—within the first e-book of a Norse-inspired fantasy romance sequence.” (February 27)

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A Haunting in the Arctic by C.J. Cooke

A 100-year-old shipwreck off the coast of Iceland is slated to be destroyed, so an explorer decides to take one final go searching—and realizes the vessel continues to be teeming with the ghosts of its previous. (February 27)

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The Lady in Glass and Other Stories by Anne Bishop

This assortment gathers the fantasy writer’s shorter works right into a single quantity; it options each revealed and unpublished works, in addition to a pair of brand-new tales written particularly for this launch. (February 27)

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Lore of the Wilds by Analeigh Sbrana

A human trapped within the Fae world bargains to save lots of her village by taking on an enchanted however cursed library—all whereas coping with the totally different alluring Faes she encounters, and plotting to domesticate her personal magic. (February 27)

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Maiden, Mother, Crone by Joanne Harris

This assortment features a new introduction from the writer, three unique quick tales, and the novellas A Pocketful of Crows, The Blue Salt Highway, and Orfeia. (February 27)

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Moon of the Turning Leaves by Waubgeshig Rice

This standalone story set in the identical post-apocalyptic world because the writer’s Moon of the Crusted Snow follows a gaggle of survivors traversing “unknown and harmful territory to discover a new dwelling for his or her close-knit Northern Ontario Indigenous group greater than a decade after a world-ending blackout.” (February 27)

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Redsight by Meredith Mooring

This area opera brings collectively “sapphic romance, area pirates, a blind witch, and highly effective priestesses” in its story of a misfit who makes use of her skills to govern space-time as a navigator aboard an Imperium ship. (February 27)

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Remedial Magic by Melissa Marr

A librarian discovers she is a witch after falling in love with a witch—then should beef up her magical schooling in a rush if she needs to assist save her new group. (February 27)

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So Eden Sank to Grief by Eric Reitan

“When a younger man and lady each awaken aboard a starship floating who is aware of the place into area, with none reminiscence of how they acquired there, the very last thing they count on is to fall in love. As extra individuals start to awaken, the thriller deepens and rivalries start to jeopardize everybody’s survival. Can our two younger lovers save their world earlier than it even begins?” (February 27)


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