New Books and ARCs, 10/9/20

Flickr, which I usually use to host my photos, is having some technical issues, so I’m going to post my tweet about this week’s new books and ARCs instead. Tell us what here interests you down in the comments!

— JS

11 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 10/9/20”

  1. Ooh, new printing of The Wellstone! Give Wil McC respect! Nobody does superscience like he does. The big arrival for me this week was The Left Handed Booksellers of London by Garth Nix, which the Mrs says reminds her of Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London (high praise) — as if we didn’t already love everything by Nix.

  2. Tiresome, I know, but I’d sure be grateful if you or one of your faithful readers would break the list up to separate the fantasy from the science fiction.

  3. You know, I think that John Ringo fella is quite popular. Seems like every other author in the field has written a book/series with him at one time or another. Must have a very high charisma roll.

  4. Thought Button Power was about the things that hold garments together. Interest piqued. Found that it’s actually about badges/lapel pins. Still intrigued; I’ve got a small collection of my own stashed away somewhere.

  5. I have such a large collection I got my nickname from them. But this book is unrelated to me as far as I know.

  6. Dead Astronauts was weird.
    It being Vandermeer, this may seem a trivial point.
    But conditioning on Vandermeer – it was still weird.
    That is all.