Waiting on Wednesday [262] – ROBOTS VS. FAIRIES edited by Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe

Waiting on Wednesdays is the brainchild of Jill at Breaking the Spine, and because Jill isn’t hosting it any more, I’m now linking up with Can’t Wait Wednesday at Wishful Endings. Stop over there and link up your “Can’t Wait” book of the week!

Parisien & Wolfe are back with another cool anthology! Last year they came out with The Starlit Wood and now they’re bringing together short stories about fairies and robots. Check out this cool cover:

Get ready for the ultimate deathmatch between the mechanical and the magical.

Travel with us to distant stars, step sideways into worlds under the hill, journey across ruined landscapes at the end of the world, solve riddles in the Old West, and follow that strange music to the dive bar down the road. The robots and fairies are waiting for you there, they are waiting for you everywhere. And now the time has come to choose a side. Old stories will be upgraded, worlds will collide, science will give way to magic and magic will become science.

Join 18 bestselling, award-winning and up and coming authors as they pick a side and take a stand to answer the question on everyone’s mind: when the lasers cease firing and the fairy dust settles, who will triumph in the epic battle between the artificial and the (super)natural?

Robots Vs. Fairies edited by Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe. Releases in January 2018 from Saga Press. I’m not always good about making time for anthologies like this, but I sure love the roster of contributors!

Let me know what you’re waiting on this week:-D

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Posted August 23, 2017 by Tammy in Waiting on Wednesday / 27 Comments

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27 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday [262] – ROBOTS VS. FAIRIES edited by Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe

    • Tammy

      I’m not sure if the fae and robots appear together, but in any case, I’m curious:-)

    • Tammy

      I still need to read the Starlit Wood, but it’s good to know the editors have returned for another book:-)

    • Tammy

      Good call, I have a copy of Zombies vs. Unicorns, although I haven’t read the whole thing.

  1. I remember coming across this book and the title immediately grabbing my attention, and then became a little bummed when I realized it was an anthology, lol. I’m tend to skip short story collections, but like how cool would it be to have a novel about robots and fairies duking it out 🙂
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  2. I like the concept of this very much and I always really like the cover – not to mention some excellent authors involved. I’m not really an anthology reader but I can certainly see the appeal and hope you love it.
    Lynn 😀

    • Tammy

      It’s hit and miss with me sometimes, with anthologies, but I do like the authors involved:-)