5 of the Most Elaborate Alternate History Books
Some alternate histories go to absurd lengths to be as factual as possible—even if that means taking things to a ridiculously detailed level.
Here are eight books to fill your void for violent Westerns, self-aware androids, and general epic entertainment.
Speculative fiction writer K. Tempest Bradford looks back at this anthology of feminist fairy tale retellings.
Werewolves, dragons, and cats are only a few of the animals taking shape in these top-notch fantasy books.
In Patricia C. Wrede's Shadow Magic, dark wizards awaken the Shadow-Born and the Lithmern kidnap Princess Alethia as they make plans to invade her home.
Young adult author Kendare Blake isn’t afraid to tackle horrific themes—in fact, she’s drawn to them.
Novik emphasizes friendship and community instead of romance in her novel, “Uprooted.”
Ever wonder how Lucy Lawless prepares for her roles? Look no further than your bookshelf.
These underdogs didn't just save their own worlds – they changed the history of the genre.
Dedicated "Star Wars" fans are always hungry for more details about their favorite fictitious world. But just where will Wendig take them?
We wish these were part of our reality, and a little less fictional.
Visions of the future are not all doom and gloom.
You’ll never need to race for a subway seat again.