New Books and ARCs, 11/25/16

Here’s your Black Friday edition of the new books and ARCs that have come in to the Scalzi Compound. Anything here you’d put on your wish list? Tell us about it in the comments!

By John Scalzi

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30 replies on “New Books and ARCs, 11/25/16”

I had the same feeling on ATSOT – it felt like the last few chapters were “do I really want to drag this out into another book? Nahh, but let’s leave a bunch of stuff unresolved just in case”

I was a little disappointed in ATSOT also. I liked that DW had finally finished the series (although unanswered questions left room for additional books) but it had a hurried feeling. I do look forward to see what he produces next.

And I see that The Book Smugglers really liked the first DARK DAYS book, THE DARK DAYS CLUB, and said the characterization was good, so I might give it and THE DARK DAYS PACT a try. At first glance it looked more like a paranormal romance than alternate history, but the review makes me think it leans more toward history/adventure.

Wait, this is the last Safehold book? I didn’t know that was even an option. I assumed I’d be reading this series until I die, always getting more and more confused because there’s no way I’m re-reading the entire damned series every year to try and remember who all these characters with idiotically-spelled names are.

And I hate to say it, but it feels like there’s no way he can wrap up everything with just one more book, even a book as big as his tend to be. I’m waiting for it at the library, so I guess I’ll find out in a couple of weeks.

Man. Safehold’s ending. What a time to be alive. Of course, David Gerrold promised that the Chtorr series will be done before Obama leaves office, so maybe I’ll believe it when I see it.

My wish is for all works with women as protagonists and/or title characters forever henceforth to eschew titling said works based on her relationship to someone else or some some feature she has.

If she’s important enough to have a book written about her or a painting done of her, she’s worthy of being recognized as a whole person.

I get paid over $87 per hour working from home with 2 kids at home. I never thought I’d be able to do it but my best friend earns over 10k a month doing this and she convinced mee to try. The potential with this is endless.

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