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Belle Chasse Sweepstakes!

We want to send you a galley copy of Suzanne Johnson’s Belle Chasse, available November 8th from Tor Books! Suzanne Johnson's "strong and intriguing" (Publishers Weekly) urban fantasy series The Sentinels of New Orleans continues with Belle Chasse.

The Gates of Hell

|| Book 2 in The Shards of Heaven series. Cleopatra is dead. Only her young daughter, Cleopatra Selene, survives to continue her quest for vengeance against Rome and its emperor, Augustus Caesar.

Tor Books at Book Riot Live Prize Pack Sweepstakes!

On November 12th and 13th, three Tor authors—Charlie Jane Anders, Ken Liu, and Nisi Shawl—will be appearing at Book Riot Live, a two-day convention in New York City celebrating books and the reading life. And in that celebratory spirit, we want to send you a prize pack of these authors' books! Two lucky winners will each receive copies of Anders' All the Birds in the Sky; Invisible Planets: Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction in Translation, edited by Liu; and Shawl's Everfair.

Belle Chasse

|| Book 5 in the Sentinels of New Orleans series. With the wizard-elven treaty on the verge of collapse, the preternatural world stands on the brink of war.

Alien Morning Sweepstakes!

We want to send you a galley copy of Rick Wilbur’s Alien Morning, available November 8th from Tor Books! Peter Holman is a freelance sweeper. The year 2030 sees a new era in social media with sweepcasting, a multisensory interface that can convey every thought, touch, smell, sight, and sound, immersing the audience in another person's experience. By fate, chance, or some darker design, Peter is perfectly positioned to be the one human to document the arrival of the aliens, the S'hudonni.

Faller Sweepstakes!

We want to send you a copy of Will McIntosh’s Faller, available October 25th from Tor Books! Day One: No one can remember anything—who they are, family and friends, or even how to read. Reality has fragmented and Earth consists of an islands of rock floating in an endless sky. Food, water, electricity—gone, except for what people can find, and they can't find much.