Posted on November 28, 2014
Posted by John Scalzi
It’s the Black Friday collection.
Let me know in the comments what here looks particularly appealing to you.
Oooh, “In the Court of the Yellow King” likely has some great stories in it!
Interworld. Neil Gaiman. Nuff said.
Legion – Skin Deep. Hoping that Canada Post is on the ball and it is delivered sooner rather than later!
Gaiman and more Gaiman…
I’d start at the top with Orzel’s Eureka
Oh, Our Lady of the Islands actually exists! When did this come out? How did I miss that this is a real thing you can buy?
Legion, definitely, and Court of the Yellow King intrigues despite me not being sure where I’ve heard of it.
Ah, okay, that IS what I thought it was. Yeah, that sounds cool.
Also, now that I’ve looked closer, I’m adding “Eureka! Discovering your Inner Scientist” to the list. I’d not caught the subtitle on the first glance.
In the Court of the Yellow King and the Neil Gaiman.
“In the Court of the Yellow King.” I’ve been a supplicant to Carcosa for a long, long time.
In the Court of The Yellow King.
Diabolical Miss Hyde struck me immediately as delicious steampunk, a quick Goggle proves my supposition happily correct. And if it’s Gaiman I wants it. My precioussssss…..
Hmmm. A quick Goggle sounds far more interesting than a quick Google now doesn’t it…?
Article 9 and not just because I’m married to the author. It’s a great book about space stations and the politics behind them.
Me too! That’s definitely going on my to-read list!
New Jay Lake. I miss having him in our dimension.
Subterranean doesn’t supply me, so I suspect the only title out of this batch I’m likely to see will be the Viola Carr. Anyway, here is my most recent Mailbag.
Lake and Page, and The Diabolical Miss Hyde looks like good fun.
In the Court of the Yellow King sounds like it will have some good stories in it.
Article 9 sounds like a great place to start. Thanks Lara.
In The Court of the Yellow King and Legion are so right up my alley.
The Silence of Ghosts. Love the title. And after Googling it, I’m intrigued.
will you reviwing them?!!
I’m sharing the Scalzi book pile with Neil Gaiman. I feel ten feet tall!
Read Legion last year, it was really good. Brandon’s always awesome, but this is one of my favorites of his. I think the main character is ridiculously original.
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