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Kristine Kathryn Rusch
[Cover]
Art: Yvonne Gilbert
The Fey: Victory (The Fey, Volume 5)
Bantam Spectra (paperback, 500 pages, $6.50/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: November 10, 1998

The fifth and final volume in Kathryn Rusch's lush fantasy series brings to a close an intriguing series. "Hidden in the Cliffs of Blood lies a cavern that pulses with long-lost power. Here King Nicholas and his children have taken refuge from Black King Rugard and his Fey invasion. Rugard's goal is to capture his great-grandchildren -- in whom mingled Fey and Islander bloodlines spark unimagined powers." From the author of Star Wars: The New Rebellion.
[Cover] The Fey: The Resistance (The Fey, Book IV)
Bantam Spectra paperback
This is just one of several recent books by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. I wish I had nearly this much energy. I'll bet she doesn't have kids. "The war on Blue Isle continues as the Black King gathers his Fey forces for the final strike against the Islanders, and the heroes begin to discover the secret behind their own resistance."
[Cover] Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Captain's Table #3: The Mist
and Dean Wesley Smith
Pocket paperback
Book 3 of 6. The scary thing about these books is they're all... almost exactly... the same length. "Captain Sisko finds himself in the middle of a deadly struggle when the Klingons, the Cardassians and the Ferengi Alliance will stop at nothing to obtain a new time-travel device."
[Cover] Alien Influences
Bantam Spectra paperback
Reprint of a 1994 novel from the author of The Fey fantasy trilogy. "Disaster has devastated the small band of humans inhabiting Bountiful, an ironically named, sun-scorched planet. Six children are found dead--murdered inexplicably by the colony's eight surviving children. The society has been torn apart by this nightmarish act by its youngest most innocent members. One young man, trying to bring healing to the shattered children, may be able to mend the rift. But to do so, he may be forced to cross the boundaries of death itself."
[Cover] Star Trek Voyager #15: Echoes
and Dean Wesley Smith and Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Pocket paperback
It's not often we find that many high-profile names on a single novel -- let alone a Star Trek novel. As the Voyager seeks ore to replenish its depleted systems, the crew stumbles on a system where a planet might have existed, but doesn't. Where the planet should have been, millions of people are appearing from nowhere and dying in the vacuum of space. To solve the mystery and save billions of lives, Captain Janeway will have to face alternate versions of herself and the crew of Voyager -- not just one, but many.
Star Wars Diplomatic Corps Entrance Exam
Del Rey
This is one of those books that makes you shake your head when you first spot it, pick it up the second time, and by the third pass through the aisle you're carrying it to the cash register. More than a just a Star Wars trivia book, the Exam tests your knowledge of all things Star Wars-related, and the score reveals your best career opportunity in the New Republic Diplomatic Corps. Leave this on the coffee table, and you know what's going to happen.
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Hitler's Angel
St. Martin's Press
Previously titled Consecrated Ground, this unusual piece is a crime novel set in Germany on the eve of Hitler's ascension to power. On September 19, 1931, Hitler's niece is found shot to death in Hitler's apartment. Ignoring the pressure coming his way from many sources, a determined young detective pursues the case, putting him on a collision course with the evil asserting its mastery over Germany.
The Fey: The Rival
Bantam Spectra
In the third in The Fey series, the Fey King Rugad sets his sights on the Blue Isle, to finish the invasion started years ago but interupted by a startling discovery. The former editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Rusch's previous works also include Traitors, The White Mists of Power, and Heart Readers.
[Cover] Star Wars: The New Rebellion
Bantam Spectra
The award-winning ex-editor of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction tells the story of the New Republic under attack. While Leia and the Senate on Coruscant barely survive an explosion, Luke is being stalked by a master of the dark side.
[Cover] The Sacrifice: The First Book of the Fey
Bantam Spectra
The Fey have conquered half the world and now they turn their dark eyes to the peaceful kingdom of Blue Isle. There a young prince fights to forge a weapon of his simple countrymen and in so doing discovers a secret power as deadly to the user as to the enemy. Classic fantasy epic with a dark twist.


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