New Books and ARCs, 5/12/23
Posted on May 12, 2023 Posted by John Scalzi 12 Comments
It’s Friday, and what better time to be thinking about books for the weekend. What in this stack of new books and ARCs is calling to you? Share in the comments!
New Tim Powers is always cool — that one looks pretty thin though.
The new Tim Powers novella “After Many a Summer” by Subterranean Press must be mine! Luckily, past me pre-ordered it, so that’s easily accomplished.
I know nothing about it, but the titles alone are calling me toward both The Blighted Stars and The Library of Broken Worlds.
In the Lives of Puppets – I have no idea what it’s about, but I’ve really enjoyed the previous two books by TJ Klune, so I figure I’ll like this one too.
I want to read Dragonfall – the Big Idea post by the author really caught my interest.
By the title alone, I want to go get a copy of The Library of Broken Worlds.
The Tim Powers book is calling to me. Ever since I picked up Dinner at Deviants Palace off the shelf in bookstore many years ago, Time Powers books have called to me.
Wow, a big thick short story collection!
Tim Powers always. And a title with libraries and broken worlds. I must go to the book store!
More K.J. Parker stories! A Tim Powers! Alaya Dawn Johnson’s THE LIBRARY OF BROKEN WORLDS–I’ve loved her books before and the title is a huge draw. IN THE LIVES OF PUPPETS, just because.
The Courtney LeBlanc is a very solid book of poetry that I happened to have pre-ordered after seeing some of her poetry online. This is the first book of poetry I’ve bought since college, but I suspect it won’t be the last
Dragonfall and Library of Broken Worlds