New Books and ARCs 3/13/15

Been a busy week for new books and ARCs because, well, some weeks are like that. But on the other hand, it’s also been an excellent week, and today’s installment is no exception. See something you’re interested in here? Let me know in the comments!

23 Comments on “New Books and ARCs 3/13/15”

  1. Nobody’s Home, Cat Out Of Hell, The Devil’s Detective, and Clash of Eagles all look interesting.

  2. Out of this batch so far I’ve gotten Clash of Eagles and Storm and Steel, and I believe I have Disciple of the Wind on the way. That little Tim Powers edition looks very nice.

  3. Hmm – new Tim Powers. I wonder if it will be great (Anubis Gates & Drawing of the Dark), needs a second reading (Last Call on the second reading, On Stranger Tides), impenetrable (Declare), or totally not to my taste (Expiration Date, Stress of Her Regard). Unfortunately for me, percentages and recent trend means I probably won’t love it. Well, library first, then.

  4. I have Nobody’s Home (haven’t read it yet). Cat Out of Hell and The Devil’s Detective sound like books I want to read.

  5. lkeke35 – I am a Librarian Clerk in the Midwestern US. Its my job to know stuff (or at the very least, admit I know nothing, and go find out!) I love SciFi and Horror, Books, Movies, and television shows. I celebrate Blackness all year round. I am intolerant of intolerance.

    I’m in the middle of reading The Devil’s Detective. It’s very interesting, so far. I’m looking forward to Clash of Eagles, Sword, and Storm and Steel.

  6. SD Gates – I work in the medical field, but really want to be a full-time gardener or writer or something that does not require me having to take a shower every morning. I have to work to buy my plants. My favorite thing to do is sit on the patio, with my puppies, writing, staring at the garden, daydreaming the day away.

    Tim Powers – Nobody’s Home

  7. Younghee and the Pullocho caught my eye! I’ll get a copy when it’s published, to read on the plane to Korea next fall.

  8. @Scalzi: You seem to get a lot of books – there is a few posts like this every month, so yearly intake would something like a dozen feet of books. What do you actually do with all the books? Do you have an enormous library or do you donate them?
    As for the question – Tim Powers for me, I do not know other writers… He has written some excellent books but some bad ones as well. Worth trying out.

  9. Tim Powers!

    It’s interesting (as an aside) that the Young-hee book has the name of the publisher on the spine and not the author. That’s highly unusual isn’t it?

  10. This is a strange thing to comment, as I normally don’t pay attention to these posts but…somehow it caught my eye and I realized that one of these books was probably written by an old friend I hadn’t had contact with in around 20 years or so. (The author’s name is the same and my research seems to indicate it is the person in question). So, ummm…..thank you!

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