Angry Robot Books resumes their normal publication in March of next year with the launch of Flex by Ferrett Steinmetz, which features this cool cover photographed and designed by Steven Meyer-Rassow. (See a larger version after the jump for its awesome detail.)

Here’s the tantalizing synopsis of Flex:
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Cover Reveal: THE VOID by Timothy S. Johnston

The Void is coming from Timothy S. Johnston and Carina Press on March 30, 2015. This is the third book in The Tanner Sequence, a series of standalone murder mysteries set in unique and claustrophobic environments. The first two are The Furnace (2013) and The Freezer (2014).

Here’s the cover and synopsis (larger cover appears after the jump!
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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming Warhammer 40K novel Master of Sanctity by Gav Thorpe.

Looks tasty!

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Available Soon: PRISONER 489 by Joe R. Lansdale

Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming Prisoner 489 by Joe R. Lansdale, available from Dark Regions and Subterranean Press.

Here’s the synopsis:

Bestselling author Joe R. Lansdale (Cold in July, Hap and Leonard series, Bubba Ho-Tep) makes a return to horror with the dark and intense new novella Prisoner 489, fully illustrated by world-renowned artist Santiago Caruso.

On an island with a prison for the most evil and powerful criminals in the world, a new prisoner is strapped to the electric chair for execution. After multiple surges of electricity nearly knock out power to the entire island, the prisoner is finally dead. The staff buries him in the prison graveyard with a simple marker baring three numbers: 489.

After the body is buried, a violent storm rocks the island, and a staff member goes missing. The crew rushes into the storm, searching for their lost comrade. They find that the burial site of prisoner 489 has been unearthed, and the body that was inside has gone missing. With a horrific finding and strange noises around them, a powerful threat is closing in. It’s a threat that they thought was impossible, and it will force them into a battle for their lives.

Both hardcover editions feature nine full-color interior illustrations, as well as a bonus short story, “A Bad Thing”.

Published by Dark Regions.
Interior illustrations by Santiago Caruso

Limited: 400 signed numbered hardcover copies
Deluxe: 52 signed slipcased hardcover copies

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Justina Robson is back in a big way.

Gollanacz just shared the cover of her new, upcoming book The Glorious Angels, which features an illustration by Dominic Harman.

Here’s the synopsis (larger version of the cover appears below):
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Danie Ware has posted the cover for her upcoming novel Ecko Endgame.

Here’s the synopsis for this 3rd book in the Ecko series:
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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming Star Wars novel Star Wars: Lords of the Sith by Paul S. Kemp, due out next April.

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I like to think I’m a good judge of character and Matthew Sanborn Smith is one of the oddest characters I know. But in a good way. When he’s not making me laugh my proverbial @$$ off in his Beware the Hairy Mango podcast, well, he’s sleeping I guess. How would I know? I don’t stalk the guy. But if I did stalk someone, it’d be Matt, because I love to laugh and his humorous (usually absurdist) fiction always puts a smile on my misshapen head.

Matt has a new eBook collection out. It’s titled The Dritty Doesen: Some of the Least Reasonable Stories of Matthew Sanborn Smith and you can get it right now for only $2.99. That’s less than a cup of laugh juice, if you know what I mean. (I sure don’t.)

Here’s the book description — and look after that for a larger version of the bee-yoo-ti-ful cover for the Hugo Award-winning artist Galen Dara!
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Subterranean Press has opened up the pre-order page and revealed the excellent Julie Dillon cover for Mira Grant’s Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant, coming in April 2015.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel Crooked by Austin Grossman, an alternate secret history featuring Richard Nixon leading the fight in a supernatural war.

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Wanna see the cover and synopsis for Austin Aslan’s upcoming novel The Girl at the Center of the World, sequel to The Islands at the End of the World?

Read on!
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Neal Asher is starting a new series in his Polity universe. The first book is Dark Intelligence: Transformation, Book One

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for James Lovegrove’s upcoming novel World of Water (sequel to World of Fire, which also features the character of Dev Harmer).

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Check out the cool-looking Mike Corley cover for Jake Kerr’s new novel Tommy Black and the Staff of Light, available next week…
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For readers who like a little espionage in their speculative fiction (or vice versa), here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel A Few Words For The Dead by Guy Adams.

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Coming Soon: SLOW BULLETS by Alastair Reynolds

I’m a huge fan of Alastair Reynolds and look forward to anything he writes.

Here’s the cover and synopsis for his upcoming book Slow Bullets.

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Check out the cover for the 3rd book in E.C. Blake‘s The Masks of Aygrima series, Faces!

Like the previous 2 books, this one features some cool artwork from Paul Young. As you can see from the cover gallery below, it tracks the progression of change in a society where masks represent status and profession.

The hardcover version of Faces will hit bookstore shelves on July 7, 2015 and is published by DAW.
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Cover & Synopsis: THE DARK FOREST by Cixin Liu

Next month sees the release of The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu (and translated by Ken Liu), a writer writer heralded as “China’s bestselling and most beloved science fiction writer”. And already 2nd book in the trilogy is lined up: The Dark Forest (translated by Joel Martinsen), coming July of next year.

Here’s the cover and synopsis for The Dark Forest
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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel Carousel Seas by Sharon Lee.

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Cover & Synopsis: COURT OF FIVES by Kate Elliott

Here’s the cover and synopsis for Kate Elliott’s upcoming novel Court of Fives.

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