Spring 2021 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books

There are a ton of great science fiction and fantasy books in store for Spring 2021.  These books are only a dent in the amazing lineup — so if you have any suggestions of titles to add, feel free to drop them in the comments below!

The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst

The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst

A standalone epic fantasy set in a brand-new world of towering mountains and sparkling cities, in which a band of aging warriors has a second chance to defeat dark magic and avenge a haunting loss.

Floodpath by Emily B. Martin

Floodpath by Emily B. Martin

The epic fantasy adventure begun in Sunshield races to its thrilling conclusion in this imaginative finale in which the fate of four extraordinary young people–and their nations–will be decided.

The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers

The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers

A magical story spanning from Jazz Age Paris to modern-day America of family secrets, sacrifice, and lost love set against the backdrop of a mysterious circus.

I'm Waiting for You And Other Stories by Kim Bo-Young

I'm Waiting for You : And Other Stories by Kim Bo-Young

In this mind-expanding work of speculative fiction, available in English for the first time, one of South Korea’s most treasured writers explores the driving forces of humanity—love, hope, creation, destruction, and the very meaning of existence—in two pairs of thematically interconnected stories.

First, Become Ashes by K.M. Szpara

First, Become Ashes by K.M. Szpara

First, Become Ashes is a fantastic standalone adventure that explores self-discovery after trauma and outgrowing abusive origins over the course of an American road trip.

The Helm of Midnight by Marina Lostetter

The Helm of Midnight by Marina Lostetter

A legendary serial killer stalks the streets of a fantastical city in The Helm of Midnight, the stunning first novel in a new trilogy from acclaimed author Marina Lostetter.

The Light of the Midnight Stars by Rena Rossner

The Light of the Midnight Stars by Rena Rossner

Experience an evocative combination of fantasy, history, and Jewish folklore in this fairytale-inspired novel.  Deep in the Hungarian woods, the sacred magic of King Solomon lives on in his descendants. Gathering under the midnight stars, they perform small miracles and none are more gifted than the great Rabbi Isaac and his three daughters.

Malice by Heather Walter

Malice by Heather Walter

A princess isn’t supposed to fall for an evil sorceress. But in this retelling of “Sleeping Beauty,” true love is more than a simple fairy tale.

Are you looking forward to any of these books?

What science fiction and fantasy books are you looking forward to in 2021?  What books would you add to the list?

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