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Rachel Aaron is an American author of fantasy and (under the pen name Rachel Bach) science fiction.
The first book in the Paradox Series, Fortune's Pawn (2013), is a type of space opera which was called "lots of fun" by Kirkus Reviews. Fortune's Pawn also marked Aaron's first time publishing science fiction. Publishers Weekly, however, felt that the tropes of the first book in the series were cliche and made up of "stock set pieces." Aaron's Paradox Series, including Honor's Knight (2014) deals with ethical questions amid "great space battles, awesome shootouts and enough betrayals and alliances to rival 'A Game of Thrones,'" according to The Washington Post. Kirkus also called Heaven's Queen (2014) a "stunning conclusion" to the Paradox Series. Publishers Weekly wrote that Heaven's Queen was a "satisfying conclusion." Aaron's fantasy work on the Eli Monpress series revolves around a "legendary and lovable con man." The first book in the series, The Spirit Thief (2010) starts slow, according the Publishers Weekly, but becomes a "romp of lighthearted fantasy."
On May 11, 2016, Rachel Aaron won the Best Fantasy Audie Award for her work, Nice Dragons Finish Last, as narrated by Vikas Adam.
The Spirit Thief (2010) The Spirit Rebellion (2010) The Spirit Eater (2010) The above three works are collected in the omnibus The Legend of Eli Monpress (2012) The Spirit War (2012) Spirit's End (2012) The above two works are collected in the omnibus The Revenge of Eli Monpress (2012) Spirit's Oath (2012 novella, set before the events of The Spirit Thief)
Fortune's Pawn (2013) Honor's Knight (2014) Heaven's Queen (2014)
Nice Dragons Finish Last (2014) One Good Dragon Deserves Another (2015) No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished (August 5, 2016)