New Books and ARCs, 6/17/16

Just in time for the weekend, another fine stack of new books and ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound. Which of these books call to you? Tell me in the comments!

16 thoughts on “New Books and ARCs, 6/17/16

  1. Wowzers! What a tough life you lead, all those lovely-looking books to ferret through… Girl in the Shadows looks interesting.

  2. Why is it there are all these books written by people I know nuffink about?
    Neil Gaiman – sure. Hogan? – nope I was thinking of one of the other ones.
    I’m not complaining mind you. The comments attached to these stacks of books give me great ideas about other authors to try (and I trust your good taste to point me in the right direction).
    Another look in a couple of days to see what other recommendations have been made and off to my local bookstore I’ll go.

  3. “This Savage Song”, purely on the basis of Schwab’s sterling track record.

    “Girl in the Shadows”, though I’m bummed it’s paperback only after “Girl on a Wire” got a hardcover. I am intrigued by the idea of a series that has the same traveling circus as the central hub, with each book as a different spoke coming off it.

  4. Every one of these posts is at once a reminder of how much adventure there is to be had in reading, and a sad reminder of how many of them I will never have time to read even if I had nothing else to do but read.

  5. No doubt about it. “What The #@$% Is That?” How can you resist? Simon&Schuster site gives the sub-title “The Saga Anthology of the Monstrous and the Macabre” and tells me it’s a collection of stories based on a Mike Mignola drawing of an unidentified monster that would elicit a “WTF is That!” from observers.

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