New Books and ARCs, 2/2/18

The books and ARCs keep coming, and this week we have a very fine stack of them. See anything here that sends a thrill to your eyeballs? Let us know in the comments!

21 thoughts on “New Books and ARCs, 2/2/18

  1. I read Sam J Miller’s BLACKFISH CITY in manuscript form. It’s badass ecopunk with bio-engineered Orcas and a juggernaut plotting. Can’t wait to see it our in the world!

  2. I’ve been waiting for Kelly Robson’s Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach! And Spencer Ellworth’s third book! Ooh, and Sam J. Miller’s Blackfish City looks lovely, too.

  3. I’m quite enjoying Gnomon. It’s literary and meandering, balanced by a touch of grittiness and absurdity. I recommend it, especially if you like books that stretch your vocabulary.

  4. YES! Rachel Hartman’s TESS OF THE ROAD! Seraphina was SO good. (And I really need to get around to reading SHADOW SCALE.) If you can track down a copy, her graphic novel AMY UNBOUNDED set in the same world is really fun.

  5. After reading that Harkaway’s writing in GNOMON sent Warren Ellis into a hategasm, I picked up a copy too.

  6. Though Hell Should Bar The Way – not sure if that’s the next Lt. Leary Commanding book or the new spinoff from that series. Either way, we wantss it Preciousssssssssss….

  7. I’m a fan of Nick Harkaway. “Angelmaker” struck me most, but I’ve read the three books of his I know of. And I will not soon forget the martial arts move “walk like Elvis”.

  8. I just figured out who Ruth Downie is, and I’ll definitely be on the lookout for her latest. And figured out that I missed a Medicus book in 2016. Nice historical who-dun-its set in Roman Britain. And curious about Myke Cole’s latest also.

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