New Books and ARCs, 3/14/17

A couple dozen books came to the Scalzi Compound whilst we were on the cruise — here’s the first stack of them. See anything you like? Tell us which ones in the comments!

20 thoughts on “New Books and ARCs, 3/14/17

  1. The Flint/Barber for sure. Don’t recognize any of the other authors, and while they may be very good, I’m 80 years old and barely have time to keep up with authors I know I’ll like.

  2. The One Memory of Flora Banks…mostly for the atavistic chill it gives my currently fogged brain and fear of dementia.

  3. I was hearing something about Benford’s THE BERLINE PROJECT just last night; I’m a little intrigued, though straight alt history isn’t really my thing.

  4. Whoops, and this is why I should click the Preview button. Sorry, I meant BERLIN, not BERLINE. (blush)

  5. Benford has a new book? Alt history of the Manhattan Project? I’m so there!

  6. Nice to see a Bud Sparhawk short story collection. If it includes some of his non-Analog work I’ll get a bonus of reading some new-to-me tales.

  7. Does anyone else find it strange that the thickest book has the smallest spine print?
    Thank you, other commenters, for your suggestions on additions to my TBR pile.

  8. Eric Flint for the goal!

    Europe will never be the same after the injection of the UMWA into the center of the continent!

    Thank Dawg!

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