New Books and ARCs, 5/4/16

Another day, another stack of excellent recent and upcoming releases to show off to you. Tell which of these books excites you, down in the comments.

26 thoughts on “New Books and ARCs, 5/4/16

  1. Yep, seekingcymbeline, that logo in the middle is the official Laundry File Novel seal of approval.

  2. Joining the queue for a new Charlie Stross book. (In my case, it’s going to have to be a paperback edition of the last one out, because I can’t afford the better part of $50 for hardbacks these days)

  3. New Laundry Files novel…Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm, so awesome.

    Also curious to check out Disturbia by David Schow.

  4. Ooh, can’t wait until the next Laundry Files novel comes out for the rest of us. I’ll have to take a look at some of the others in the stack.

  5. Goodness, I must admit to a touch of jealousy when I see your stack of ARCs. We get a fair number at nerdsonearth.com HQ, but it pales in comparison to what Scalzi HQ is pulling in. Going to the mailbox must be fun for you!

    But to the question, Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory sounds interesting, because c’mon, and Terry Brooks is also welcome.

  6. Stross! I’m a little behind on Laundry Files, but I’ll catch back up as soon as I’ve finished up this damn Masters degree.

  7. Clearly you can’t read The Nightmare Stacks *and* Snakewood at the same time. I propose you give one of them to me.

  8. Stross and The God Wave – that’s an interesting title, makes me want to know what it’s about right away. Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory sounds interesting, but also like it might be a dry academic book – though I figure it’s not – that’s just how the title comes across.

  9. Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory, and the God Wave – both titles I would pick up immediately in a book store. PAMT looks to be a tongue in cheek title, with some fun in it. The God Wave sounds like it might take itself too seriously.

    jdcarabella – “Stross and The God Wave” sounds like a German New Wave/Thrash band.

  10. I’ll definitely read The Nightmare Stacks as I never pass on a Laundry novel. The Smaller Evil and Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory also look intriguing.

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