Today’s New Books and ARCs, 4/10/17

Catching up on some books that arrived while I was away on tour. What here looks intriguing to you? Tell me in the comments!

21 Comments on “Today’s New Books and ARCs, 4/10/17”

  1. 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

    I am envious. I can’t wait — but must wait, confound it! — to read Within the Sanctuary of Wings.

  2. I’ve been looking forward to VanderMeer’s BORNE for a long time! And of course, Kevin Hearne’s stuff is fun as always, though I think that’s an Iron Druid collection, not the 9th & final volume.

  3. The Iron Druid book is indeed a collection though a quick check suggests it’s mostly reprints with some new material as well. I’ll admit that the last novel rated a meh so I hope the ninth novel wraps up the story well.

  4. Very, very excited for Within the Sanctuary of Wings! Lady Trent is like Amelia Peabody, except dragons instead of Egyptology. (I’m already on the waiting list at the library.)

  5. HTheh Chohshenh

    (Not really, I just wanted to make a joke, which I’m guessing most people here won’t get. )

  6. Age of Swords. Michael J Sullivan is good at writing that first chapter. Lots of action and dialogue – then he starts explaining what the book is about.
    So many authors spend several chapters setting the scene and it can be easy sometimes to decide to come back to that book later.

  7. I’ve already got the Hearne book on my Amazon UK list. I’m a great fan of the Iron Druid series.

  8. Exciting to see some new Hearne and Sullivan in that stack.

  9. The Vandermeer one of course. Can’t wait to read it myself. All the reviews so far make it sound amazing.

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