Today’s New Books and ARCs, 4/13/17

As we head into the holiday weekend, here is a stack of very fine new books and ARCs for you to peruse. What here would you like to find in your Easter basket? Tell us in the comments!

24 Comments on “Today’s New Books and ARCs, 4/13/17”

  1. +1 for Richard Kadrey. And Christopher Brown caught my eye because I live in said flyover state. Might have to give that a try, too.

  2. I know absolutely nothing about Christopher Brown, but Tropic of Kansas is a great title.

  3. Yes, Tropic of Kansas catches the eye, Plus, I got the SOON picture with Lopsided Cat twice running!

  4. Sometimes you gotta go non-fiction. I’m excited about “The Physics of Everyday Things”.

  5. “Bannerless” sounds like a political commentary rather than sci-fi/fantasy…

  6. I’m surprised I don’t recognize any of the authors or titles in this stack except Carrie Vaughn and Richard Kadrey. I -try- to keep at least halfway up on forthcoming books, to have an idea which ones I might want to purchase and read.

    (Oh god, have I reached the age where choosing books runs into issues of selectile dysfunction?)

    [makes a note for a story about a pill that lets you read faster and longer]

  7. I want to read the Marina J. Lostetter book because the title conjures fond memories of philosophy seminars past.

  8. I can’t say I recognise any of those author’s names, but that’s what I like about this thread- it gives me ideas for so many new books to try.

  9. Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn. Although, being Jewish, there is no Easter basket in which to put it.

  10. Pretty sure that’s “The God Peak” – but my eyes probably aren’t any better than yours are. I’m just willing to go out on a limb.

  11. Is the Jeff Lemire a graphic novel? If so, that piques my interest. The Richard Kadrey automatically is a must-flip through as well.

  12. Having just read a Carrie Vaughn sort-of-young-adult novel and enjoyed it, I’m intrigued by the one in the stack.

  13. Yes on Kadrey and Vaughn and pretty sure that’s The God Peak. For my part I couldn’t quite make out the last name of the author of An Excess Male, can someone help?

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