Publisher: Tor/Forge

Tor/Forge, founded by Tom Doherty, and the leading publisher of science fiction and fantasy, was acquired [Macmillan Publishers] in 1986. Tor Books has won every major science fiction and fantasy award, and for 25 consecutive years, has won the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Publisher.

Tor/Forge includes the imprints Tor, Forge, Orb, Starscape, Tor Teen, and Tor Classics, and publishes many best-selling authors including Bruce Cameron, Orson Scott Card, Terry Goodkind, Robert Jordan, Eric Lustbader, Douglas Preston, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Taylor, and David Weber. In 2002, Tor launched Starscape, following soon thereafter with Tor Teen; imprints dedicated to publishing quality books, including science fiction and fantasy, for young readers. These lines are proud to publish critically acclaimed and award-winning authors such as Cory Doctorow, David Lubar, and Brandon Sanderson.

Tor is proud to be closely associated with Tor.com, a community website dedicated to the discussion of science fiction, fantasy, and related subjects across all media. The site maintains a regular publishing program of articles, essays, news reports, and reviews, as well as award-winning original fiction.

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Review: The Collapsing Empire (The Interdependency #1) by John Scalzi

Review: The Collapsing Empire (The Interdependency #1) by John Scalzi

WOW. John Scalzi is quickly becoming one of my favorite Sci-Fi writers. I enjoyed reading The Collapsing Empire so very much, I have no words. I devoured this book in huge chunks and I was distracted at work all day yesterday – I was so anxious to get home and… Read more »

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Review: Old Man’s War (Old Man’s War #1) by John Scalzi

Review: Old Man’s War (Old Man’s War #1) by John Scalzi

I’ve followed Scalzi’s blog for years and I quite like the man. I think this is why I find it ironic that I’ve never read any of his work – until now. In the space of two months my bookclub has read two books by Scalzi…and I’ve enjoyed both. I… Read more »

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Review: The Android’s Dream by  John Scalzi

Review: The Android’s Dream by John Scalzi

I have known about John Scalzi for a long time and I follow his blog. I find him (via his blog) to be intelligent, funny, silly and verbose but I’d never read any of his books before. I like Scalzi a lot as a person – he’s a fool in… Read more »

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Review: Blood Song (Blood Singer #1) by Cat Adams *spoilers*

Review: Blood Song (Blood Singer #1) by Cat Adams *spoilers*

I received my copy of Blood Song in December 2013 as a Hogsfather’s Day gift. This means that Blood Song qualifies for my The Mt. TBR Struggle is Real challenge! So. Blood Song. I didn’t enjoy Blood Song very much. But there were some rather nice parts. My biggest issues… Read more »

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Review: The Duke’s Ballad (Witch World #31: The Estcarp Cycle #10) by Andre Norton

Review: The Duke’s Ballad (Witch World #31: The Estcarp Cycle #10) by Andre Norton

*Note* This review has spoilers for Ciara’s Song. I suggest you read Ciara’s Song before reading this review. It’s no secret: I’m a huge Andre Norton fan. I’ve really enjoyed all of her works that I’ve read but my biggest Andre Norton obsession is her Witch World series. I have… Read more »

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Review: Gardens of the Moon (Malazan Book of the Fallen, #1) by Steven Erikson

Review: Gardens of the Moon (Malazan Book of the Fallen, #1) by Steven Erikson

There are no words. I just don’t have the words to describe this enough to get out a review. I don’t have the words to express my relationship with Gardens of the Moon. I am…my mind is BLOWN. It’s genius. It’s intimidating. The sheer scope of what was going on… Read more »

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Review: Silver May Tarnish (Witch World #32: High Hallack Cycle #10)  by Andre Norton & Lyn McConchie

Review: Silver May Tarnish (Witch World #32: High Hallack Cycle #10) by Andre Norton & Lyn McConchie

This isn’t going to be the best review ever. I’ve read the book too many times. I love this book and this series too much. This book is several books into the Witch World series but it is a stand alone. While it can be read without prior knowledge of… Read more »

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