New Books and ARCs, 4/11/18

Oh, look, new books and ARCs at the Scalzi Compound. That so rarely happens! So, anything here that tickles your fancy? Tell us all in the comments!

13 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 4/11/18”

  1. Huehueteotl – Austintatious, Tejas – I'm an elderly tech analyst, living in Texas but not of it, a cantankerous and venerable curmudgeon. I'm yer SOB flaming-liberal grandpa who has NO time for snot-nosed, bad-mannered libertarian twerps. At one time or another, I’ve been a bureaucrat, bassist, writer, photographer, bus driver, usher, drummer, secretary, disc jockey, book scout, cemetery researcher, roadie, book dealer, yard-saler ... and I’ve probably forgotten a few things more. I have an atavistic fondness for old technologies, including clocks you have to wind yourself, steam trains, typewriters, and Aladdin kerosene lamps.

    I’d like to have the Swift Chesapeake book. My wife grew up in Baltimore, and her father’s family were watermen on the Northern Neck of Virginia.

  2. HEY THAT ADVENTURE ZONE IS LOOKIN REAL GOOD. If John F’n Scalzi is listening I’m going to make it my mission in life to get you on the show as a guest player.

  3. The Chesapeake Requiem looks cool. I live in Maryland and have been to Tangier Island – it’s a fascinating place. A lot of the small island communities in the Chesapeake are disappearing , either figuratively as younger generations move away, or literally as the islands erode.

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