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Internationally bestselling author Lidia Yuknavitch offers a re-imagined Joan of Arc poised to save a world ravaged by war, in this genre-defying masterpiece.
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The fifth book in the New York Times bestselling Old Kingdom series.
A panoramic vision - suspenseful, comedic, prophetic - set in a near-future California that has been devastated by NK3, a memory-destroying virus from North Korea.
Yoko Tawada, translated by Margaret Mitsutani
A dreamlike story of filial love and glimmering hope, set in a future where the old live almost-forever and children's lives are all too brief.
P. D. James
The Children of Men is P.D. James's stand-alone dystopian novel of mass infertility and chilling mystery.
A gripping and brilliantly realized debut epic adventure set in eighth-century Denmark. This is the beginning of an ambitious new series in the vein of George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones.
From a rising star of British SF comes the third and final part of the Eden trilogy, from the winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, 2013.
H. P. Lovecraft, introduction by Peter Cannon
Part of the Knickerbocker Classics series, The Essential Tales of H.P. Lovecraft is now available in an elegantly designed clothbound, portable format.
H. G. Wells, introduction by Aaron Parrett
The next elegant edition in the Knickerbocker Classics series, The War of the Worlds is a well-known tale about extraterrestrial invasions.
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