The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 101): Panel Round up of Our Favorite SF&F Books of 2011

In episode 101 of the SFSignal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks our Irregulars to put together lists of The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Novels of 2011!

This week’s panel:

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      1. Sigh. Since no one else did it. Although I’d vote for Peter Hamilton’s Mindstar Rising reissue.

        jessica strider
        eutopia – david nickel
        dragon’s path – david abraham
        emporor’s knife – mazarkis williams
        ashes of a black frost – chris evans
        human.4 – mike lancaster
        postmortal – drew magary
        when she woke – hillary jordon
        element zero – james knapp
        mind storm – k m ruiz
        all men of genius – lev rosen

        andrew
        at queen’s command – michael stackpole
        machine man – max berry
        fuzzy nation – john scalzi
        halo: glasslands – karen traviss
        spellbound – blake charlton
        embassytown – china mieville
        brave new world – john joseph adams
        rule 34 – charles stross
        leviathan wakes – james s a corey
        magician king – lev grossman
        soft apocalypse – will macintosh

        aidan
        shadowheart – tad williams
        leviathan wakes – james s a corey
        theft of swords – michael sullivan
        the tiger’s wife – tea obreht
        dragon’s path – daniel abraham
        of blood and honey – stina leicht

  1. Hi guys & Gals!

    New author on the block Anthony J clark, not Arthur C Clark but even better. His first title ‘Alpha Seven’ combines a space odyssey with a crackling love story to leave you hanging on every page!

    available on Amazon Kindle – go there!

    Toby

  2. The books I mentioned:

    Of Blood and Honey, Stina Leicht
    God’s War, Kameron Hurley
    Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack, Mark Hodder
    The Quantum Thief, Hannu Rajaniemi
    Redemption in Indigo, Karen Lord

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