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9 hours ago, AncalagonTheBlack said:

January is pretty boring.Might get the new Senlin Ascends reissue by Orbit.

Django Wexler's The Infernal Battalion (Shadow Campaigns #5) is out next week, but i'm way behind in the series,having only read the first book.

Oh,and Alastair Reynolds returns to the Revelation Space universe with Elysium Fire, which i think is a follow-up to The Prefect.Out on 23/25 Jan.

Oooo I didn't know Senlin was getting an orbit release, nice.

And I've only read the first 2 of Wexler, I need to catch up on those.

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10 hours ago, AncalagonTheBlack said:

Django Wexler's The Infernal Battalion (Shadow Campaigns #5) is out next week, but i'm way behind in the series,having only read the first book.

 

1 hour ago, Darth Richard II said:

And I've only read the first 2 of Wexler, I need to catch up on those.

 

Either of you know if this is the final book in that series?  I really want to read it, but am waiting until I know that it's about to finished. 

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Yes, also Bear has a sequel to Karen Memory coming out, the sequel to Senlin Ascends is getting its uh, non self published version, and I think there's another in there.

Oh and I picked up Brust's new book because duh.

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A few months old, but I'm reading America City by Chris Beckett and it's outstanding. Very definitely not one if you want to escape real-world politics though.

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Having just torn through Twelve Kings in Sharakhai and moved directly to the sequel I'm happy to see the third in the series is released this month :)

Most of what I'm anticipating is later in the year as it happens though.

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6 hours ago, HelenaExMachina said:

Having just torn through Twelve Kings in Sharakhai and moved directly to the sequel I'm happy to see the third in the series is released this month :)

Most of what I'm anticipating is later in the year as it happens though.

That's nice to hear, I just purchased that on the cheap for kindle.

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On 9-3-2018 at 9:55 PM, HelenaExMachina said:

Having just torn through Twelve Kings in Sharakhai and moved directly to the sequel I'm happy to see the third in the series is released this month :)

Most of what I'm anticipating is later in the year as it happens though.

Im really looking forward to it, my local book store tells me Veil of Spears might come in around the 18th.

3 more books after this.

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April has some good stuff.

 

    Grey Sister • [The Ancestor • 2] • novel by Mark Lawrence

    The Wolf • [Under the Northern Sky • 1] • novel by Leo Carew

    The Hyena and the Hawk • [Echoes of the Fall • 3] • novel by Adrian Tchaikovsky
    For Love of Distant Shores • [Tales of the Apt • 3] • collection by Adrian Tchaikovsky

    Blackfish City • (2018) • novel by Sam J. Miller

    Scourged • [The Iron Druid Chronicles • 9] • novel by Kevin Hearne

    The City of Lost Fortunes • [Crescent City 1] • novel by Bryan Camp

    Space Opera • novel by Catherynne M. Valente

    The Night Dahlia • [Laytham Ballard / Nightwise • 2] • novel by R. S. Belcher

    The Fairies of Sadieville • [Tufa • 6] • novel by Alex Bledsoe

    Unbury Carol • novel by Josh Malerman

    Circe • novel by Madeline Miller

    Head On • novel by John Scalzi

    Last Shot • [Star Wars Universe] • novel by Daniel José Older

    The Atrocities • novella by Jeremy C. Shipp

    The Defiant Heir • [Swords and Fire • 2] • novel by Melissa Caruso

    King of Ashes • [The Firemane Saga • 1] • novel by Raymond E. Feist  - UK edition

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May stuff,looks good:

Joanne M. Harris - The Testament of Loki

Caitlín R. Kiernan - Black Helicopters

David Duchovny - Miss Subways

Tyler Whitesides - The Thousand Deaths of Ardor Benn

Brian McClellan - Wrath of Empire

Stephen King - The Outsider

Andrzej Sapkowski - Season of Storms

Claire North - 84K

Andrew Caldecott - Wyntertide

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16 minutes ago, Darth Richard II said:

Heh, you're definition of Good is different then mine. :P

Ok,except for the Tyler Whitesides debut (which could be shitty or good/great) and the Duchovny book (which i put there because Duchovny!),rest of my list is pretty good! :D

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Also in May

Sylvain Neuvel - Only Human  (Will this end the Themis series?)

Martha Wells - Artificial Condition (Sequel to Murderbot)

Robyn Bennis - By Fire Above  (I really liked the first book)

Julia Fine - What Should Be Wild (Debut, but I find the premise interesting)

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Anyone read the new Claire North book yet? The Amazon reviews and her last few books have me reticent to get it. 

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5 hours ago, Darth Richard II said:

Any one read the Whitesides yet? I keep poking at it at the store.

I started it yesterday,just a couple of chapters in.It's very much in the vein of Lynch's Gentleman Bastard.Main protag is a 'ruse' artist,he has a trusty sidekick,they're in the process of adding to their gang to go on a world saving mission etc etc...I'm liking it so far.

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