February may be the shortest month, but it’s jam-packed with new sci-fi and fantasy books—including titles from big names like Marlon James, Ken Liu, and io9 co-founder Charlie Jane Anders! Plus: runaway space princesses, mythical monsters, post-apocalyptic survival stories, and tons more, including a few non-fiction picks. Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James The Man Booker Prize winner (A Brief History of Seven Killings) kicks off what’s billed as his “African Game of Thrones” Dark Star trilogy, a blend of history and fantasy the explores the saga of a missing child and the man named Tracker who’s hired to find him—with the help (and hindrance) of shape-shifting animals and other amazing creatures. (Feb. 5) Advertisement Endgames by L.E. Modesitt, Jr. The final book in the Imager Portfolio fantasy series finds young ruler Charyn barely in control of a country that’s on the brink of war, while a shadowy group aims to leverage their privilege into power and stomp out the hopes of the less-fortunate once and for all. (Feb. 5) Figuring by Maria Popova This work of non-fiction traces the lives of historical figures “whose public contributions [rose] out of their unclassifiable and often heartbreaking private relationships to change… Read full this story
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