New Books and ARCs, 11/13/20

Oh, look, it’s Friday, and we have another stack of very fine new books and ARCs to peruse! Is there anything here that would make your reading list for a crisp autumn weekend? Share in the comments!

22 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 11/13/20”

  1. Seven of Infinities it is. Sitting on the table in front of me (not the side table with a couple of dozen someday books).

  2. Dying With Her Cheer Pants On by Seanan McGuire, probably. I read one of those stories in another collection recently and it was great and I wanted more … and here it is!

    Props for including that guy at the bottom. You’re a better man than I am, Charlie Brown.

  3. Ooooh there’s a new Aliette de Bodard! This blog alerted me to her writing and I don’t think I ever thanked you…

    Thank you!

  4. I’d recommend The Red series to any fan of military sci-fi. I read everything from Linda Nagata now. Pacific Storm is her latest.

  5. P.S. Definitely the Kuang, she’s amazing, too. I guess she’s in grad school now. Reminds me of a cellist I knew in grad school – they told him he wouldn’t have time for both, he said (paraphrasing), hold my beer.

  6. The best part of being a Seanan McGuire fanboi is how often she delivers a new installment to be happy about.

  7. Almost bought The Burning God today* , but I still haven’t read book two.

    *B&N seems to have said “screw the release date.” Or I failed to notice it getting pushed up a week.

  8. I got an email from Subterranean earlier today letting me know my copy of Dying with Her Cheer Pants On had shipped. Should reach my TBR bookcase in a few days.

  9. I can’t f***ing WAIT for Burning God. The first two books were amazing, though I think book 1 was slightly better. I’ve heard some pretty high advance praise for Burning God and I’ve been antsy for it since I saw the cover reveal.

  10. I really want Dying with Her Cheer Pants On. Would love to check out Aliette de Bodard, too. Pretty good stack this time!

  11. The Linda Nagata book is really good. I found her writing through Whatever a while ago. This one continues one of her broad themes of near-future AI interactions with a full action adventure story too.

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