Thursday, August 18

World Fantasy Awards – Novel

2008 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2008 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2008 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerYsabelGuy Gavriel KayIn this exhilarating, moving novel set in modern and ancient Provence, Guy Gavriel Kay casts brilliant light on the ways in which history – whether of a culture or a family – refuses to be buried....Amazon2008 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistFanglandJohn MarksAmazonTerritoryEmma BullAmazonThe Gospel of the KnifeWill ShetterlyAmazonThe ServantsMichael Marshall SmithAmazon
1998 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

1998 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

1998 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerThe PhysiognomyJeffrey FordIn the Well-Built City, Master Drachton Below's power is absolute, and he will not hesitate to use it. His primary method of control is through his physiognomists, who are trained to read a person's face and body, perceiving that person's past and secrets-...Amazon1998 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistAmerican GoliathHarvey JacobsAmazonDry WaterEric S. NylundAmazonThe Club DumasArturo Pérez-ReverteAmazonThe GiftPatrick O'LearyAmazonTraderCharles de LintAmazon
2000 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2000 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2000 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerThraxasMartin ScottIn the enchanted but corrupt city of Turai, portly private eye Thraxas, aided by Makri, an axe-wielding barmaid with Orcish blood, is hired by a princess on a cas ethat leads him from the sewers of Turai to the royal palace, in the first American publicati...Amazon2000 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistA Red Heart of MemoriesNina Kiriki HoffmanAmazonA Witness to LifeTerence M. GreenAmazonGardens of the MoonSteven EriksonAmazonTamsinPeter S. BeagleAmazonThe Rainy SeasonJames P. BlaylockAmazon
2001 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2001 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2001 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerDeclareTim PowersA mesmerising, award-winning, daringly imaginative, multi-levelled thriller for fans of John le Carre or Neal Stephenson An ultra-secret MI6 codename. A deadly game of deception and intrigue. Dark forces from the depths of history. The terrible secret at t...AmazonGalvestonSean StewartAfter magic and monsters re-enter the world, the island of Galveston splits into two sides: the "normal" half, and Carnival, an endless Mardi Gras where miracles abound. "Terrific fun."...Amazon2001 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistLord of EmperorsGuy Gavriel KayAmazonPerdido Street StationChina MiévilleAmazonThe Amber SpyglassPhilip PullmanAmazonThe Grand EllipsePaula VolskyAmazon
2002 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2002 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2002 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerThe Other WindUrsula K. Le GuinHaunted by dreams of the dead who seek to invade Earthsea through him, the sorcerer Alder enlists the aid of Ged, a former Archmage, who advises him to find the holiest place in the world, which holds the key to preserving Earthsea....Amazon2002 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistAmerican GodsNeil GaimanAmazonBrown HarvestJay RussellAmazonFrom the Dust ReturnedRay BradburyAmazonThe Curse of ChalionLois McMaster BujoldAmazonThe Onion GirlCharles de LintAmazonThe Wooden SeaJonathan CarrollAmazon
2003 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2003 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2003 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerOmbria in ShadowPatricia A. McKillipThe Prince of Ombria is dying, and already his sinister great-aunt is plotting to seize power. The Black Pearl is feared throughout the land, and the city folk know her reign will be a terrible one. Only the prince's son can stop her from seizing the thron...AmazonThe Facts of LifeGraham JoyceWinner of the 2003 World Fantasy Award Graham Joyce chronicles a haunting, war-torn terrain in this heartrending novel of one family's quest to begin again -- without forgetting the lives they left behind. "The Facts of Life" Set in Coventry, England, duri...Amazon2003 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistFitcher's BridesGregory FrostAmazonThe Portrait of Mrs. CharbuqueJeffrey FordAmazonThe ScarChina MiévilleAmazon
2004 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2004 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2004 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerTooth and ClawJo WaltonA family of dragons gathers on the occasion of the death of their father, the elder Bon Agornin. As is custom, they must eat the body. But even as Bon's last remains are polished off, his sons and daughters must all jostle for a position in the new hierarc...Amazon2004 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistFudokiKij JohnsonAmazonThe Etched CityK. J. BishopAmazonThe Light AgesIan R. MacLeodAmazonVeniss UndergroundJeff VanderMeerAmazon
2005 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2005 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2005 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerJonathan Strange & Mr NorrellSusanna ClarkeEnter the dazzling world of nineteenth century magicians fighting Napoleon's advancing army - and fighting between themselves...Amazon2005 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistIron CouncilChina MiévilleAmazonPerfect CircleSean StewartAmazonThe Runes of the EarthStephen R. DonaldsonAmazonThe Wizard KnightGene WolfeAmazon
2006 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2006 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2006 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerKafka on the ShoreHaruki MurakamiKafka Tamura runs away from home at fifteen, under the shadow of his father's dark prophesy. The aging Nakata, tracker of lost cats, who never recovered from a bizarre childhood affliction, finds his pleasantly simplified life suddenly turned upside down. ...Amazon2006 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistA Princess of RoumaniaPaul ParkAmazonLunar ParkBret Easton EllisAmazonOd MagicPatricia A. McKillipAmazonThe Limits of EnchantmentGraham JoyceAmazonVellumHal DuncanAmazon