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12 more urban fantasy books that I recommend

urbanfantasySome of you might have noticed that I like urban fantasy, like a lot. My list 25 Urban Fantasy Books that I recommend is one of my most visited posts, so I thought I would expand on it with the books I read since 2013, that I really liked. I have also read some of the authors that I was revommened in the comments of the other list – thank you for those. And if anyone want to recommend me some more, please feel free to leave a comment.

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Salvage

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Elizabeth Leggett

Title: Salvage
Author: Carrie Vaughn
Genre: Science Fiction, Space

This is the part of my 100 Short Stories in 2014 challenge.

Part of Lightspeed Magazine: Women Destroy Science Fiction, which I backed on kickstarter together with almost 3000 other people.

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The Kitty Norville series

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Series: Kitty Norville
Published: 2005 – 2009 by Grand Central Publishing
Read: December 6. – 9. 2013
Format: ebook
Genre: Urban fantasy, werewolves

Right now this is the urban fantasy series I am recommending people if I know they like urban fantasy. So far I read the first 4 books in this series in four days. Yes I think this a good series.

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After the Golden Age

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Series: Golden Age
Published: 2011 by Tor Books
Read: December 28, 2013 to January 04, 2014
Format: ebook
Genre: Superhero fiction, mystery

Damit Carrie Vaughn, you just added a book to my to read list. Now I have to read the next one. And she already have me reading Kitty Norville books. Before I read Velveteen vs. The Junior Super Patriots I had not read any books about superheros, only comics and I wouldn’t have thought that it was something to seek out. But knowing the genre and the tropes makes for really interesting reads, when they are played with and that is exactly what Carrie Vaughn is up to.

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