New Books and ARCs, 9/28/18
Posted on September 28, 2018 Posted by John Scalzi 21 Comments
As we head into the last weekend of September, we have before us a very fine stack of new books and ARCs to consider. Which of these would you be happy to have with you as the leaves begin to turn? Tell us in the comments.
I’ve been a Heather Havrilesky fan since roughly forever, so I’d love dibs on that…
The Light Brigade, please….
That Mary Shelley person looks intriguing… :)
An easy death or a rival from the grave. I’m feeling morose.
They all look interesting.
The Light Brigade!
Charlaine Harris looks like it would be fun.
I don’t have time to read these kinds of books. I am interested in research, biographies, and light reading with humor.
200 years and still in print. Frankenstein is the ultimate sf classic.
Got to go with the first great science fiction and/or horror novel ever written. Interesting that there’s another book that spins off it. Also, Bear, Hurley and Harris.
Lots of good ones this week! All of the bottom four would be my top picks.
The book “An Easy Death” is already on my list. I love the title “A Sorrow Fierce and Falling”. Holy cow, how does a writer live up to that? I am intrigued by “What if this were Enough?” as I ask myself that question on a very regular basis, only to be distracted by shiny things.
New Dave Duncan? Sign me up. He never disappoints.
Ooh, new Elizabeth Bear!!
I love Elizabeth Bear and also Julie Czerneda. They are both gifted with great imaginations and write clearly with characters you could sit down and talk with..
Bottom four for me!
Julie Czerneda, please!
Definitely The Light Brigade by Kameron Hurley.
Polly! Suck.com! Go Heather!
An Easy Death
200th anniversary edition of Frankenstein? A good copy for reading and wearing out.