Kindle Deals: Lives/Deaths of Tao, Kindred, and More

Both books in Wesley Chu’s sci-fi comedy Tao duology are dirt-cheap this week, as is the first book in Anthony Ryan’s excellent new Draconis Memoria seriesOctavia E. Butler’s fantastic historical time-travel book Kindred is also on sale, and short story readers can pick up two anthologies of horror or fantasy for $1.99 apiece.

Four Books to Read in February 2017

February is thick with big dystopian-fantasy releases. For readers who aren’t into that, just wait until March’s sci-fi-heavy release schedule comes to save you from the death throes of YA dystopian romance. Until then, there’s four big-name books slated for release this month:

February 7th, 2017

Norse Mythology

Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman’s stories have always been heavily influenced by myth and legend — the re-imagining of ancient gods in his American Gods, fairies in Stardust, demons in The Graveyard Book — and his new Norse Mythology seeks to continue that trend, with his own retelling of ancient Norse legends.

King’s Cage (Red Queen 3)

Victoria Aveyard

King's Cage (Red Queen) by [Aveyard, Victoria]

King’s Cage is the third entry in Victoria Aveyard’s popular Red Queen series, which blends YA dystopian romance with supernatural fantasy.

February 14th, 2017

Gilded Cage (Dark Gifts 1)

Vic James

Gilded Cage is the first book in a new YA dystopian trilogy from debuting author Vic James, combining alt-history with a fantastical Victorian setting.

February 21st, 2017

A Conjuring of Light (Darker Shade of Magic 3)

V. E. Schwab

The final book in V. E. Schwab’s Darker Shade of Magic series lands on February 21st, with the release of A Conjuring of Light.


Kindle Deals: Trigger Warning, The Country of Ice Cream Star, and Robert E. Howard Anthology

The excellent post-apocalyptic tale The Country of Ice Cream Star by Sandra Newman and short story anthologies by Neil Gaiman and Robert E. Howard are all on sale at the Kindle store for $1.99 apiece.