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message 1: by Stefan, Group Founder + Moderator (Retired) (new)

Stefan (sraets) | 1667 comments Mod
Hi everyone,

Here's our monthly list of forthcoming SFF books, with major titles due to be released in March. Please let us know if you're planning to read any of these!

Anderson / Sebanc: The Stoneholding (#1 Legacy of the Stone Harp) (pap)
Anvil, Christopher: War Games (pap)
Archer, Alex: Rogue Angel #23: Sacred Ground (pbo)
Baker, Kage: Not Less Than Gods (The Company)
Bakker, R Scott: The Judging Eye (#1 Aspect-Emperor) (tp)
Barant, D D: Death Blows (#2 Bloodhound Files) (pbo)
Bateman, Sonya: Master of None (#1) (pbo)
Bickle, Laura: Embers (pbo)
Bishop, Anne: Shalador’s Lady (Black Jewels)
Bishop, Anne: The Shadow Queen (Black Jewels) (pap)
Black, Jenna: The Devil’s Playground (#5 Morgan Kingsley) (pbo)
Brett, Peter V: The Warded Man (pap)
Butcher, Jim: Turn Coat (Dresden Files) (pap)
Cook, Hugh: Planet Stories: The Walrus & the Warwolf (tp)
Crane, Carolyn: Mind Games (pbo)
D’Amato, Brian: In the Courts of the Sun (tp)
De Lint, Charles: The Mystery of Grace (tp)
Devereux, David: Eagle Rising (tp)
Dick, Philip K: The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike (tp)
Duncan, Dave: Speak To the Devil
Egan, Greg: Zendegi
Eickhoff, Randy Lee: Destruction of the Inn
Elliott, Kate: Traitors’ Gate (#3 Crossroads Trilogy) (pap)
Englehart, Steve: The Long Man (#2 Max August)
Farrell, S L: A Magic of Nightfall (#2 Nessantico Cycle) (pap)
Flint / Freer: Slow Train to Arcturus (pap)
Flint / Wentworth: The Crucible of Empire
Fox, Caleb: Shadows in the Cave
Griffin, Kate: The Midnight Mayor
Hamilton, Peter F: The Temporal Void (pap)
Hammond, Warren: Ex-Kop (#2 Kop) (pap)
Hayes, Erica: Shadowglass (#1 Shadowfae Chronicles) (tpo)
Heinlein, Robert A: The Green Hills of Earth and The Menace from Earth (Reprint) (tp)
Heitz, Markus: The War of the Dwarves (tpo)
Larke, Glenda: The Last Stormlord (#1) (pbo)
Lavalle, Victor: Big Machine (tp)
Lovegrove, James: Age of Zeus (pap)
Martinez, A Lee: Divine Misfortune
Marusek, David: Mind Over Ship (sequel to “Counting Heads”) (tp)
McDermott, Andy: The Secret of Excalibur (pbo)
McGuire, Seanan: A Local Habitation (#2 October Daye) (pbo)
Merciel, Liane: The River Kings’ Road
Mills, K E: Wizard Squared (#3 Rogue Agent) (pbo)
Moon, Elizabeth: Oath of Fealty
Moorcock, Michael: Elric: Swords and Roses (#6 Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melnibone) (tpo)
Moore, Christopher: Bite Me: A Love Story
Murphy, C E: Heart of Stone (#1 Negotiator) (pap)
Murphy, C E: House of Cards (#2 Negotiator) (pap)
Murphy, C E: Hands of Flame (#3 Negotiator) (pap)
Nylund, Eric: Mortal Coils (pap)
Palmer, Dexter: The Dream of Perpetual Motion
Podrug, Junius: Feathered Serpent 2012
Rendahl, Eileen: Don’t Kill the Messenger (tpo)
Robinson, Jeremy: Pulse (#1 Chess Team) (pap)
Rollins, James: Subterranean (First HC)
Rucker, Rudy: The Ware Tetralogy (Omnibus) (tp)
Silverberg, Robert: The World Inside (Reissue) (tp)
Sinclair, Linnea: Rebels and Lovers (pbo)
Slavnikova, Olga: 2017
Sniegoski, Thomas E: Where Angels Fear to Tread (#3 Remy Chandler) (tpo)
Spoor, Ryk E: Grand Central Arena (pbo)
Steele, Allen: Coyote Destiny (#5 Coyote)
Stross, Charles: Trade of Queens (#6 Merchant Princes)
Swierczynski, Duane: Expiration Date (tpo)
Thurman, Rob: Roadkill (#5 Cal & Niko) (pbo)
Trussoni, Danielle: Angelology
Weber, David: By Heresies Distressed (#3 Safehold) (pap)
West, Michelle: City of Night (#2 House War)
Wolfe, Gene: The Sorcerer’s House
Wolfe, Gene: Soldier of Sidon (pap)
Yamamoto, Hiroshi: The Stories of Ibis (tpo)
Zelazny, Roger: Creatures of Light and Darkness (Reissue) (tp)
Ed. De Vries, Jetse: Shine: An Anthology of Optimistic SF (pbo)
Ed. Jones: Ancient Shadows: Dark Tales of Eldritch Fantasy (tp)
Eds. Martin / Dozois: Warriors
Eds. Rabe / Greenberg: Timeshares (pbo)
Eds. Ringo, / Thomsen: Citizens (tpo)
Ed. Strahan: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 4 (tp)
Salisbury, Mark: Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland: A Visual Companion


message 2: by Chris (new)

Chris  (haughtc) I've pre-ordered a copy of Warriors and seriously looking forward to the new GRRM Dunk & Egg story. I'll read the rest too - looks like a great collection.

I'm also looking to get The Warded Man at some point soon.

message 3: by Kelly (new)

Kelly (sisimka) I generally enjoy Rudy Rucker's stuff, but I'm just having a hard time picking up anything to read right now. Happens every couple of years or so, I just seem to read myself out. Heh.

colleen the convivial curmudgeon (blackrose13) Will be picking up The Warded Man, if not this month than next.

Also, I'm a bit behind in my Dresden reading, but I'll be continuing with that at some point.
And I've read both Bloodsucking Fiends and You Suck: A Love Story, so I'll probably be picking up Bite Me, but probably not 'til it comes out in paperback.
Lastly, I enjoyed the first 5 books of the Amber cycle, and I'm interested in reading more Zelazny, so I'm glad to see his stuff is coming out in reprint for me to pick up, too.

message 5: by Kerry (new)

Kerry (rocalisa) | 486 comments I'm looking forward to Shalador's Lady and The Last Stormlord.

message 6: by Ron (new)

Ron (ronbacardi) | 302 comments I don't have that book by Kage Baker (her passing is so sad) so I'll nab it when I see it. A new Greg Egan novel is great news for hard sf fans, but I'll likely wait until it's in paper. A new Gene Wolfe book, ditto for fantasy. Sisimka, we agree on many things but Rudy Rucker is not one of them, and I'll be skipping this collection. I generally enjoy Charles Stross but the "Merchant Princes" series left me cold; someone please tell me if it suddenly gets good. The best news I see on the list is the republication of Hugh Cook's "The Walrus and the Warwolf." Cook was a very strange New Zealander (sadly blinded then deaded by cancer not long ago)who wrote a massive ten-volume fantasy series unlike anything I've come across, and I haven't read most of it; for instance the books are supposed to be simultaneous rather than sequential. The books are very hard to find in North America and I hope this is the start of an effort to fix that.

message 7: by Anton (last edited Mar 02, 2010 06:37AM) (new)

Anton (genrebending) I already got my copy of A Local Habitation.

I read Butcher's Turn Coat when it first came out, but with the new Harry installment coming out next month, maybe I'll reread it.

Perhaps I will pick up The Warded Man as well. I've heard many good things about it.

message 8: by Ken (new)

Ken (ogi8745) | 1346 comments Couple of books on the list

Peter Hamilton
Jim Butcher
Micheal Moorcock
I already have the Michelle West book, reading it now

message 9: by Kathi, Moderator & Book Lover (new)

Kathi | 2983 comments Mod
I'll pick up the Kage Baker book when I see it.
I won Pulse by Jeremy Robinson in FirstReads and it's up next for me to read when I finish Memory.
Some of the others are on my list already--Butcher's Turn Coat and Elliott's Traitors' Gate.
I picked up a couple Hugh Cook fantasies a long time ago at a used book story, but I hardly ever see them. Maybe I'll check this out, if it's part of that series.

message 10: by Jacinda (new)

Jacinda (alynnakasmira) | 15 comments I'll read the Kage Baker book when the library gets it.

message 11: by Phoenixfalls (new)

Phoenixfalls | 187 comments I'm going to be getting (and thereafter reading) Not Less Than Gods as soon as I can afford it -- at the latest, I'll make sure someone gives it to me for my birthday in May. ;)

Other than that, quiet month for me. . .

message 12: by Phoenixfalls (new)

Phoenixfalls | 187 comments Yay, just got Not Less Than Gods; Borders helped me out by sending a 40% off coupon. ;)

And, even better, turns out it'll fit in one of my SF Challenge categories, so I don't have to feel guilty about reading it right away. ;)

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