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Oliver and the Seawigs (Not-So-Impossible Tales #1) by Philip Reeve, Sarah Mcintryre (2014)
Reviewed by dawnrutherford on March 20, 2015 tagged chapter book • fantasy • mystery
Raven Girl by Audrey Niffenegger (2013)
Reviewed by emilyreads on December 27, 2013 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
A postman falls in love with a raven who falls from her nest. Their child is a girl who longs to fly.
The 13-Story Treehouse by Andy Griffiths, Terry Denton (2013)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on November 22, 2013 tagged biography • chapter book • fantasy • humor
If Andy and Terry don’t finish the book they promised their publisher, they’ll have to leave their awesome treehouse.
Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell (2013)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on December 20, 2013 tagged fantasy • graphic novel • humor
Stoker-on-Avon’s pathetic monster goes on a road trip to learn how to give people a good scare.
Over the Wall by Peter Wartman (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on November 29, 2013 tagged coming of age • fantasy • graphic novel
A young girl goes over the wall into a city full of demons to find her missing brother.
Squaring the Circle A Pseudotreatise of Urbogony by Gheorghe Sasarman, Ursula K. Le Guin (2013)
Reviewed by wally on December 27, 2013 tagged fantasy • literary • science fiction • short stories
Short stories and fables about amazing, impossible, unreal cities.
How to Catch a Bogle by Catherine Jinks (2013)
Reviewed by flemtastic on December 20, 2013 tagged alternate history • fantasy • paranormal
Ten-year-old Birdie is the bait that draws child-snatching creatures into the open.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman (2013)
Reviewed by ang on October 25, 2013 tagged fantasy • literary
Visiting his home town, a man rememembers when he and a childhood friend unleashed a malignant darkness on the world.
Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff (2013)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on January 17, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel • historical fiction
Daring adventurer Delilah Dirk saved Selim's life because he makes the finest tea in Europe. Now he is in her debt.
Dictatorial Grimoire Volume 1 Cinderella by Ayumi Kanou (2013)
Reviewed by snow on December 19, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
A descendant of the Brothers Grimm must unlock the power of the original tales to battle demons.
The Emperor's Blades (Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne Book One) by Brian Staveley (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on September 12, 2014 tagged fantasy
After his murder, the Emperor’s sons, one training to become an elite warrior and the other a monk, become targets.
Tommy Taylor and the Ship That Sank Twice (The Unwritten) by Mike Carey, Peter Gross (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on May 16, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
An author forges a connection between his son and his character of the same name, an orphan studying magic.
The Abominables by Eva Ibbotson (2013)
Reviewed by snow on May 30, 2014 tagged coming of age • fantasy
The Yeti family leaves Tibet for England to find sanctuary, but a hunting club sets its sights on them.
The Last Girlfriend on Earth by Simon Rich (2013)
Reviewed by davidtomashek on March 29, 2013 tagged fantasy • literary • short stories
A humorous collection of fantastic stories that explores the pitfalls of romance from a male perspective.
Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison, Sean Murphy (2013)
Reviewed by dawnrutherford on May 17, 2013 tagged coming of age • fantasy • graphic novel
In Joe’s hypoglycemic hallucinations, a giant rat takes him on an epic journey to save his homeland.
The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson, Ben McSweeney (2013)
Reviewed by wally on April 18, 2014 tagged coming of age • fantasy
In a world where wizards bring drawings to life, three friends must find out what’s happening to missing students.
The Rise of Ransom City by Felix Gilman (2013)
Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billba on October 10, 2014 tagged alternate history • fantasy • science fiction • western
The autobiography of the inventor of the Ransom Process, which could end the war between the Line and the Gun.
Queen of the Black Coast (Conan Volume 13) by Brian Wood, Becky Cloonan, James Harren, Dave Stewart (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on April 4, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
Conan becomes King to the merciless pirate Bêlit, Queen of the Black Coast.
The Really Rotten Princess and the Cupcake Catastrophe (Ready to Read Level Two) by Lady Cecily Snodgrass, Mike Lester (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on March 21, 2014 tagged fantasy • picture book
Regina bakes disgusting cupcakes for a wizard convention.
Backward Compatible A Geek Love Story by Sarah Daltry, Pete Clark (2013)
Reviewed by flemtastic on April 4, 2014 tagged fantasy • romance • science fiction
George and Katie’s geeky romance starts at a midnight video game release party.
Blood Song (Raven's Shadow Book 1) by Anthony Ryan (2013)
Reviewed by flemtastic on April 18, 2014 tagged coming of age • fantasy
After his mother’s death, Vaelin’s father gives him to the Sixth Order to make him into a weapon of the Faith.
The Black Axe (Mouse Guard) by David Petersen (2012)
Reviewed by geneambaum on December 13, 2013 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
The story of the Black Axe, protector of mouse civilization, named for the weapon he wields.
Hades Lord of the Dead (Olympians Book 4) by George O'Connor (2012)
Reviewed by geneambaum on January 3, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
A tour of the underworld with the guy who kidnapped Persephone and a look at the dark, brooding god of the sea.