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Kevin Hearne

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Kevin Hearne is a native of Arizona and really appreciates whoever invented air-conditioning. He graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and now teaches high school English. When he's not grading essays or writing novels, he tends to his basil plants and paints landscapes with his daughter. He has been known to obsess over fonts, frolic unreservedly with dogs, and stop whatever he's doing in the rare event of rain to commune with the precipitation. He enjoys hiking, the guilty pleasure of comic books, and living with his wife and daughter in a wee, snug cottage.

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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Kevin Hearne recommends
Charming (2013)
(Pax Arcana, book 1)
Elliott James
"LOVED IT! Charming is a giant gift basket of mythology and lore delivered by a brilliant new voice in urban fantasy."
The Plague Forge (2013)
(Dire Earth Cycle, book 3)
Jason M Hough
"A brilliant debut, full of compelling characters and thick with tension."
The Clockwork Dagger (2014)
(Clockwork Dagger, book 1)
Beth Cato
"Just what I needed: A steampunk adventure with an uncommon heroine, a fascinating magic system, and a young gremlin! I’m hooked and can’t wait for more."
River of Teeth (2017)
(River of Teeth, book 1)
Sarah Gailey
"Man-eating hippa mayhem is my new favorite mayhem. Gailey's debut is a gift of violent, unexpected glee."
Raising Fire (2017)
(Ben Garston, book 2)
James Bennett
"Will have you cheering for dragons over humans and loving every minute of it."
Foundryside (2018)
(Founders , book 1)
Robert Jackson Bennett
"Inventive, immersive, and thrilling, Foundryside is a fascinating look at how our best intentions can be corrupted - and how wickedly awesome and terrifying gravity belts can be. Do yourself a favor and pick this up."
The Women's War (2019)
(Women's War, book 1)
Jenna Glass
"Secret magics! Secret passages! Systematic destruction of the patriarchy! The Women’s War is a thrilling and heartwrenching tale that explores the issue of body autonomy, with a middle-aged mom as the heroine. I couldn’t put it down. . . . Simply fabulous."

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