Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror Book Releases for November 2021 #SciFiSunday
Cozy season is upon us. Tis time for throw blankets, drinking steaming beverages from mugs, sporting stretched out wool socks and the same baggy sweater all weekend long. And, obviously, it’s the best time to curl up with a new book, and let your imagination do the leg work while you put your feet up. Check out this fun list from Gizmodo of some of the best new Sci-Fi and Fantasy books.
This month is huge for fans of sci-fi and fantasy books. We’ve got James S.A. Corey’s final Expanse book, Leviathan Falls; a new collection of stories by io9 co-founder Charlie Jane Anders called Even Greater Mistakes; and the latest Brandon Sanderson Skyward Series novel, Cytonic. Plus, new books from Marissa Meyer, Tad Williams, Neal Stephenson, Nnedi Okorafor, and so many more.
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