Definitely looking forward to Brett's Daylight War, which is going to be a big one apparently.
The story has me hooked, even if some of his characters don't interest me. The main ones do though.
I'd love some word from JV Jones about the next book but she is proving to be an absolute hermit in the way that literature sometimes brings forth such people /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> The Terence Malick of the fantasy genre.
Mostly I hope Bakker will finish up soon and see the book released in July next year, or at least the second half, it's been long enough now given that he was already working on TUC at the same time as he was doing WLW.
Ken Scholes, I will be very interested to see if he returns to form with Requiem.
Miles Cameron's The Red Knight is apparently another big one at over 700 pages, December 2012 release, looks epic. Will be ordered together with Rise of Ransom City and Malice: Faithful and the Fallen.
Wolfhound Century- Higgins-March
Son of the Morning-Alder-April
And for something else, check this out, Japanese artist Amano's long awaited Fantasy/SF graphic novel, due in January, over 300 pages, called "Deva Zan":http://www.amazon.co...ywords=deva zan
It was originally due in November already so they are pushing it back a little.
Edited by Calibandar, 14 September 2012 - 05:02 AM.