Today’s New Books and ARCs, 7/11/14

And here to take us into the weekend, a new stack of books and ARCs what arrived at the Scalzi Compound this week. What catches your eye? Let me know in the comments.

By John Scalzi

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29 replies on “Today’s New Books and ARCs, 7/11/14”

Looking forward to the Irregular Verbs collection.

I’m also all a twitchy waiting for Tigerman (from your last pile). That’ll send me into hiding for however long it takes to devour it.

New question – different that the ones I asked the last time you posted about the ARC’s you got; so here goes..

Does your postie hate you cause you get so many books??

I gather the saving grace for him is that you being semi-rural, he drives a truck.

I’m curious as to how similar this “The Graveyard Book” is to the one Gaiman put out a few years ago.

Also, I guess regular Thin Man just wasn’t thin enough.

@MrManny: The presence of “Russell” on the cover suggests that this edition is illustrated by P. Craig Russell. IMO that makes it worth buying in its own right, even if none of the text has changed from the original.

Here’s the scoop on the Graveyard Book graphic novel. Basically, it’s volume 1 of 2, and is illustrated by P. Craig Russell and a bunch of other artists. I already have it on reserve at my FLCS.

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