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Dragons plus Napoleonic-era tall ships: great tastes that taste great together.
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He is the reason for the season. You'd better watch out.
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Las Vegas is built on the power of cards. Tarot cards. actual post date: Dec. 22, 2009
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Steampunk + genetic engineering + August 1914 + girl-in-disguise = gripping, ripping yarn.
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By one of the great stylists of fantasy, a tale of magic and life in the kitchen. actual post date: Dec. 12, 2009.
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A complex fantasy of near-Pratchettian wit and commentary. The rules for Epic Drama are especially funny and meta. As I was reading, I dithered about whether I was going to be able to recommend this book, because of something in the early chapters that really got under my skin. In the event I do recommend it [...]
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A pastiche of Dumas' The Three Musketeers, set in Brust's fantasy world of Dragaera.
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One of my favorite starter Pratchetts, introducing the Witches of Lancre. More references to Shakespeare than to fantasy, so particularly accessible to readers from outside the genre.
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A nineteenth-century English novel — except all the characters are cannibalistic dragons. But well-mannered ones!
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Demons stalk the earth, science fiction, and comic books.
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