New Books and ARCs, 6/15/13

My, what a lovely collection of new books and ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound today! Do you see anything you yearn for? Note it in the comment thread.

23 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 6/15/13”

  1. Leesa – I am the assistant features editor at Sequential Tart. I like to read webcomics. I like to Twitter with friends and keep up with my favorite web comic creators. I play MMORPGs like EQ, EQ2, GW2, and can't wait for Csmelt Unchainef. I also play in a tabletop D&D game my husband DMs. I love pens, especially fountain and gel pens. In a nutshell, I'm a nerd.

    This is How You Die! Just added to the wish list. :)

  2. The Ray Palmer should be interesting – I’m kind of obsessed with that whole Futurians era NYC sf cabal.

  3. I have an eArc of Noah’s Boy! Looks like a good haul. Enjoy.

  4. The Ray Palmer bio looks fascinating; the giants of 20th century SF were a colorful bunch. Anybody who edited pulp magazines during the day and shrunk himself to subatomic size to fight crime at night had to be an interesting guy.

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  6. Okay, I want third dibs on the Ray Palmer after John and David. However, I’m happy to read the new Liaden book while waiting…..

  7. Noah’s Boy by Sarah Hoyt looks like a good option for a beach vacation. Might have valuable hints if the tide comes in higher than expected.

  8. I’m new to Sarah A. Hoyt, but read DRAW ONE IN THE DARK and then plunged into that bookish phase of OH MY GOSH, I MUST READ ALLLLL THE BOOKS! So now I’m curious about NOAH’S BOY, and where it fits …

  9. The sheer tonnage of new books/arcs you receive is… impressive. Fess up: Are you using them to insulate a giant fallout shelter in the back yard? Because if you can actually read all these… I don’t think you’re really human.

  10. For no particular reason I can explain, “Ancillary Justice” seems like it would be interesting. To be honest, it’s probably just that I think “ancillary” is a fascinatingly weird word.

  11. Before the Fall! I enjoyed Fade to Black so much more than I expected–I never thought I’d find a fantasy novel that reminded me of “Blade Runner”–and I’m desperate to find out what happens next!

  12. I would probably sacrifice some relatives for a copy of the Liaden Universe Constellation by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. They are super world builders and really wonderful folks, too.

  13. New “Machine of Death” book! (“This is How You Die.”) I can’t wait much longer. New book, game coming out one of these days…

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