New Books and ARCs, 3/11/15

Some very interesting titles in this particular stack of books and ARCs. See anything that calls to you? Let me know in the comments.

27 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 3/11/15”

  1. austinsims – ATX – IT professional, SFF author, and unrepentant nerd. Lover of brews and critical discourse. Novum validated by cognitive logic.
    Austin Sims

    I must have the Dead Mountaineer’s Inn!

  2. Can I have that copy of An Unwelcome Quest?

    Just kidding. I started reading that last week or so. Decent book, but not on the same level as the first two.

  3. Just how big is the storage shed that contains the never-ending flow of free books? How do I get on that gravy train?

  4. BravoLimaPoppa – Bookish SF, fantasy and history fan. Fitness buff. Fencer. Juggler. Cook. Father. Husband.
    Trey

    Edge Of The Dark has caught my interest.

  5. Wow, new Clive Barker and Strugatsky brothers in one pile. Interesting.

  6. Karen A. Wyle – I'm an appellate attorney, an author, a photographer, a politics junkie, and a Hoosier (aka intermittent fan of IU basketball). My published work (aside from law review/legal journal articles) includes multiple science fiction novels, some near future and some involving other planets, equipped with aliens. More recently, I've veered off into historical romance, specifically a series called Cowbird Creek and set in 1870s Nebraska. I've also published one nonfiction book, Closest to the Fire: A Writer's Guide to Law and Lawyers. While originally intended to help writers use accurate details in their legal settings and expand the scope of such stories, I realized while writing it -- and have heard from readers -- that it could also be of use and interest to students, immigrants, and anyone interested in better understanding the American legal landscape. My other blog, Looking Around, is at http://looking-around.blogspot.com.
    karenawyle

    When We Were Animals sounds intriguing!

  7. Bonnie McDaniel – United States – Writer, blogger, reader. I mainly write about things I read and watch, and occasionally rant about politics. I'm not afraid of arguing--I rather like it, but I also know when to cut my losses. (On the Internet, that point usually comes sooner rather than later.)
    redheadedfemme

    “Gene Simmons is a Powerful and Attractive Man”? What the devil is that about?

  8. “Inspector of the Dead” looks interesting, but this is another stack of books that I haven’t heard of. I feel like I’m falling behind.

  9. Betsy Dornbusch is a friend of mine, so EMISSARY. And I’ve been looking forward to David Morrell’s INSPECTOR OF THE DEAD since MURDER AS A FINE ART was amazing.

  10. @Don Whiteside – I might just be burned out on reading the series. I’ve been trying to review them on my blog, and I’ve went through each of them I think twice before I got to Unwelcome Quest. It isn’t bad by any means, but it just isn’t grasping me the same way the first two had. I’m probably going to step away from it for a week or two and try to come back to it.

  11. Interested in hearing more thoughts on “An Unwelcome Quest”. I really disliked the second book and I’m really holding off on any more by Scott Meyer.

  12. I like the title of “Illuminae”. But let’s be honest, from this pile, the one I’d be most likely to pick up and starting paging through is “Gene Simmons is a Powerful and Attractive Man”. Because it sounds terrible… but my kind of terrible…

  13. The Dead Mountaineer’s Inn and When We Were Animals sound interesting (I put ‘animals’ on my to-read list on goodreads). Tortured Souls is another one, but lucky for me (and thanks to this blogs host f) I already have it from the Humble Bundle deal.

  14. The Dead Mountaineer’s Inn and When We Were Animals sound interesting (I put ‘animals’ on my to-read list on goodreads). Tortured Souls is another one, but lucky for me (and thanks to Scazi for mentioning it) I already have it from the Humble Bundle deal.

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