October 15, 2018
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The Dragon Keeper, by Robin Hobb
She had us at dragons.
They’ve returned to the Rain Wild, but they’re hatching out weak and deformed, unable to fly. The once-magnificent beasts are too dangerous to keep, too important to kill. So a rag-tag team is chosen to take them back to their fabled home upriver.
These human strangers don’t know where they’re going. They don’t even know if they’ll survive. But they have one chance to make a difference—to save dragonkind from a world that has forgotten its past—and they have to try.
Bellamy and the Brute, by Alicia Michaels
A secretive, wealthy family with a suspicious financial past. A football star who disappeared amidst rumors of sudden illness and deformity. A house full of strange noises, cold drafts, and mysterious power outages. And a trail of rose petals that leads up to the third floor, where Bellamy promised she would never, ever go…
We love fairytale retellings, and we especially love them when they’re free.
Added to the Fantasy Romcom Collection!
The Princess Bride: S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure, by William Goldman
This post is our gift to you. If you’ve never read this edition of this book, follow your favorite link to the free sample, and read the introduction. Not only will it be one of the funniest introductions you’ve ever read, but by the time you’re done, you won’t be sure anymore whether Florin is a real place or S. Morgenstern was a real person.
It isn’t, and he wasn’t. The publisher blurb says so. And we Googled it, too, because we still weren’t sure. So nowwe’re sure that it isn’t, and that he wasn’t. Mostly.