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Succubus Revealed
Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Good series -- Added by Realvamps on 03/09/2018

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The Name of the Wind
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I enjoyed the way the writer wrote the book from the main characters perspective and that magic wasn't the heightened fantasy like many books but a part of a skill developed in life but not over used. I thought the book was going to be mainly another story of magic and fantasy but it is so much more. There is adventure and romance and drama as well. -- Added by Andreablock on 03/09/2018

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Zom-B by Darren Shan (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Northern England -- Added by PageMcBookerson on 03/06/2018

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Dark in Death
Dark in Death by J. D. Robb (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Own 40 out 46 and hope the series has a lot more -- Added by khehonor on 03/05/2018

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The Cruel Prince
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Does Fairieland count as traveling to a different country? Can't get more 'foreign than that. -- Added by PageMcBookerson on 03/05/2018

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Glass Sword
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Glass Sword picks up straight after the explosive ending of Red Queen. Mare and Cal are now with the Scarlet Guard but that doesn't mean they're safe, far from it. They're being hunted down by Maven, who is now the King of Norta. The race is on to find these so-called 'New Bloods': Reds who possess the powers of Slivers, the only question is, who will get to them first; Mare or Maven? -- Added by emagian on 02/27/2018

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Matched
Matched by Ally Condie (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I was very excited to read Matched. The 1st book was amazing and you fell head first into the story and lived it. The remaining books didnt quite give me the goosebumps that this one did. -- Added by emagian on 02/27/2018

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Reached
Reached by Ally Condie (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
It was very dull...I was so excited to read the triology but was disappointed in the 3rd book. There was no excitement... -- Added by emagian on 02/27/2018

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Extreme Makeover
Extreme Makeover by Dan Wells (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
The premise is a bit over the top, and there were some sticking points in the science that prevented me from completely suspending my disbelief, but overall, a really good offering from Dan Wells, whose humor matches his acumen with the psuedo science ("I'm a llama again!"). And who knows, maybe the fiction will become reality all too soon. -- Added by Rust Bucket on 02/24/2018

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Paradox Bound
Paradox Bound by Peter Clines (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I have enjoyed all of this author's books, including '14', 'The Junkie Quatrain', 'The Fold', and the 'Ex-Hero' series. I found the main plot device of 'Paradox Bound' a little goofy, and was worried about whether the book would be preachy because of it, but I was quickly swept away in the adventure! Another great read from Peter Clines! Eagerly awaiting his next novel. -- Added by Rust Bucket on 02/24/2018

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Artemis
Artemis by Andy Weir (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
The Moon isn't Mars, and this book is not the Martian -- Added by willwep on 02/23/2018

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A Wrinkle in Time
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
It is so creative, well paced, adventurous, and absolutely AMAZING! Great book for kids to read. You will be enthralled with it! -- Added by lbond3 on 02/21/2018

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Glamour in Glass
Glamour in Glass by Mary Robinette Kowal (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
If you like recency historical fiction, or magic, or stories where couples are functional and all the problems can't just be solved by talking to one another, highly recommend this series (the first volume is Shades of Milk and Honey). -- Added by Ashocktart on 02/19/2018

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Prince Lestat
Prince Lestat by Anne Rice (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
New York, France, Atlantis -- Added by PageMcBookerson on 02/18/2018

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The Handmaid's Tale
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I belong to a book club with some co-workers and this was chosen as our selection for February. I thought this was a pretty entertaining book to listen to and really made you question our role in society. I am interested in checking out the TV show now. -- Added by Lizpharmd06 on 02/18/2018

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