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Delilah S Dawson


USA flag (b.1977)

aka Lila Bowen

Delilah S. Dawson comes from a long line of Roswell, GA natives. Originally named after two grandmothers and a dog, she grew up as Missy Southard and attended Roswell High School and the University of Georgia, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Studio Art. Her career gag reel includes stints as an art teacher, a balloon artist, a reptile vendor, various Disney princesses, a corpse, a cube monkey, a tour guide, a horseback riding instructor, a muralist, and a gallery supervisor.

Genres: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy
 
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Bite (2016)
(Wastelanders, book 1)
K S Merbeth
"A full throttle, sand-in-your-eyes, no holds barred ride through a Mad Max-style wasteland where the bad guys become family. Finally, an underdog with teeth!"
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A Plague of Giants (2017)
(Seven Kennings, book 1)
Kevin Hearne
"A Plague of Giants is a rare masterpiece that’s both current and timeless, groundbreaking yet traditional, merging the fantasy bones of Tolkien and Rothfuss with a wide cast of characters who’ll break your heart while reminding you of your humanity. This book truly resonates and will haunt you long after the last page."
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Unbury Carol (2018)
Josh Malerman
"With vivid prose and characters that leap off the page, guns a-blazing, Unbury Carol creates its own lingering legend, dragging you along like an obstinate horse toward a righteous storm of an ending."
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Here and Now and Then (2019)
Mike Chen
"A rare, fresh gem of a story that blends high tech time travel thrills with the all-in stakes of a parent's love for their child. The world needs more butt-kicking middle-aged chef heroes."
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A Memory Called Empire (2019)
(Teixcalaan, book 1)
Arkady Martine
"A Memory Called Empire elevates space opera to poetry--clever, deep, sometimes tragic, sometimes violent, always transcendent poetry that shines like the edge of a knife."
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Empress of Forever (2019)
Max Gladstone
"A classic space opera that impossibly becomes a thrilling dungeon crawl fantasy through a universe we've never seen before. So smart it makes me jealous."
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Wanderers (2019)
Chuck Wendig
"Trust me: You're not ready for this book."
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The Warehouse (2019)
Rob Hart
"Fast-paced and unputdownable, thrilling and ominous . . . terrifying object lesson of a story that will haunt you each time yo se a box on the front step."
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Steel Crow Saga (2019)
Paul Krueger
"With fierce women, ferocious creatures, and a sophisticated twist on Pokémon meets Avatar: The Last Airbender, Steel Crow Saga is the fantasy epic you didn't know you needed, creating a rich new mythology and characters so real you can smell their pipe smoke and adobo."
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Eden (2020)
Tim Lebbon
"A terrifying thrill ride into nature’s well-deserved revenge on humans, Eden is a chilling warning and a fast, hard read... today’s version of The Hot Zone."
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Bonds of Brass (2020)
(Bloodright Trilogy, book 1)
Emily Skrutskie
"A fast-paced space opera with heart and style, Bonds of Brass had me screaming KISS ALREADY on every page."

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