- Steve Alten, Goliath. Thriller.
- Stuart Bailey, editor, with Mai Abu ElDahab & David Reinfurt - Dot Dot Dot 13, or Report of the DDDepartment of Science Fiction & Economics. A strange "little" magazine, published at The Hague; this issue evidently underwritten by The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design & Architecture. It strangely includes a "screenplay" of a Playboy Panel that included Asimov, Budrys, Sturgeon, Anderson, Pohl, Clarke, Heinlein, Tenn, van Vogt, and Blish.
- Greg Bear, Strength of Stones. SF novel.
- C. J. Cherryh, Wave Without a Shore. SF novel.
- Harlan Coben, Just One Look. Thriller.
- Ralph Compton, The Dodge City Trail. Western, #8 in The Trail Drive series.
- John Dalmas, The Orc Wars: The Yngling Saga, Books I and II. SF omnibus, containing The Yngling and Homecoming, plus a short story.
- Suzette Haden Elgin, Twelve Fair Kingdoms. Fantasy novel, first book of the Ozark Fantasy trilogy.
- Esther Friesner, editor, Chicks in Chainmail. Fantasy anthology. Any book with a Muffy Birnbaum story by George Alec Effinger is aces to me.
- George G. Gilman, Edge: The Blind Side. Adult western, #44 in the series.
- Terry Goodkind, Wizard's First Rule. Fantasy novel, volume one in the Sword of Truth series.
- Terry Goodkind, Stone of Tears. Fantasy novel, volume two in the Sword of Truth series.
- Terry Goodkind, Chainfire. Fantasy novel, volume nine in the Sword of Truth series.
- Robert Jordan, The Great Hunt. Fantasy novel, volume two in The Wheel of Time series.
- Robert Jordan, The Dragon Reborn. Fantasy novel, volume three in The Wheel of Time series.
- Robert Jordan, The Shadow Rising. Fantasy novel, volume four in The Wheel of Time series.
- Robert Jordan, Lord of Chaos. Fantasy novel, volume six in the Wheel of Time series.
- Robert Jordan, A Crown of Swords. Fantasy novel, volume seven in The Wheel of
- Robert Jordan, The Path of Daggers. Fantasy novel, volume eight in The Wheel of Time series.
- Robert Jordan, Crossroads of Twilight. Fantasy novel, volume ten in The Wheel of Time series.
- Murphy & Sapir, creators, The Destroyer: Wolf's Bane. Action, #132 in the series. This one appears to be by Mike Newton. Remo and werewolves? A great combination.
- Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, The Relic. Horror. The first in a long line of bestsellers. I think I already have a copy of this, but I'm not sure, so to be on the safe side...
- Lewis Shiner, Glimpses. Fantasy novel. Winner of the World Fantasy Award for best novel.
- Dan Simmons, The Terror. Historical thriller and doorstop.
- James Swallow, Judge Dredd: Whiteout. SF tie-in to the comic series. Hope the planned movie reboot turns out better than the Stallone train wreck.
- Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket 2. Manga. I don't do manga, but whenever I see one for a quarter, I pick it up...grandchildren, you know.
- Dave Wolverton, editor, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume IX. SF anthology. Hubbard has a lot to answer for, but some of his pulp work and this ongoing contest/series almost redeem him in my eyes.
Small House of Everything
Monday, April 18, 2011
Two weeks worth here, although only three are from the first week. Heavy on fantasy series here.
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