New Books and ARCs, 12/27/18

It’s the final stack of new books and ARCs for 2018, so it’s no surprise it’s a big one. What here would you be happy to help you bring in the new year? Tell us all in the comments.

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29 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 12/27/18”

  1. You have CHILDREN OF RUIN already? The rest of us mortals have to wait til May, 2019 for it. Jealous.

  2. As a pretty long-term Pratchett fan, I shall have to have a look at “No country for old gnomes”.

  3. I was recently introduced to the Long Earth series by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter. So I’m reading that

  4. I’m looking forward to another entry in the Alliance Union worlds of C J Cherryh and Jane Francher

  5. Waiting mostly patiently for my own copy of Kingdom of Needle and Bone, but a new Kevin Hearne is not to be sneezed at!

  6. I hoping hard for Cherryh & Fanchers Alliance Rising to be great and successful – so we can have much more Allince Union. It’s preordered.

  7. I ordered a copy of No Country for Old Gnomes for the title alone! Nice double-stack there, Scalzi. Extra books but I didn’t have to open my iPad’s magifying glass feature to read the spines. Happy New Year!

  8. Flint, Hearne, Paolini, Tchaikovsky and especially Mira Grant are all must haves but I wouldn’t touch anything by Kratman with a ten foot pole.

  9. Another vote for Alliance Rising. I’m also interested to see what gets chosen for the occasional reissue; I wonder what the algorithm for that looks like?

  10. Good to see some of the early lightweight Dickson being re-re-released, “The Magnificent Wilf” is a fun read!

  11. I can tell you for a fact that Suzanne Palmer’s–pardon me, 2018 Hugo Winner Suzanne Palmer’s–Finder is excellent. I know because I got to read and comment on a draft of the manuscript. It’s an intelligent space opera with an interesting main character and (this being Suzanne) some off-the-wall funny bits. Well suited to the citizens of Scalzi Nation, I should think.

  12. I’m looking forward to Suzanne Palmer’s first novel length effort, and not just because we hung out in the same science fiction society in college…

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