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Books Received: March 23, 2015

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In the interest of full disclosure (and as seen on Twitter), here are the books we received this week.

  1. Lightspeed Magazine, April 2015 by John Joseph Adams (Editor)
  2. Nightmare Magazine, April 2015 by John Joseph Adams (Editor)
  1. Pathfinder Tales: Lord of Runes by Dave Gross (Tor Books)
  2. Icefall (Rebel Angel Series) by Gillian Philip (Tor Books)
  1. Working for Bigfoot by Jim Butcher (Subterranean)
  2. Galapagos Regained: A Novel by James Morrow (St. Martin’s Press)
  1. Sundogz (Semiotext(e) / Native Agents) by Mark von von Schlegell (Semiotext(e))
  2. aama: 3. The Desert of Mirrors by Frederik Peeters (SelfMadeHero)
  1. Dragonsinger (Harper Hall of Pern) by Anne McCaffrey (Saga Press)
  2. The Curse of the Wendigo (The Monstrumologist) by Rick Yancey (Saga Press)
  1. The Grace of Kings (The Dandelion Dynasty) by Ken Liu (Saga Press)
  2. The Change: Tales of Downfall and Rebirth (Change Series) by S. M. Stirling (Roc)
  1. The Awesome by Eva Darrows (Ravenstone)
  2. Superposition by David Walton (Pyr)
  1. Peripheral Visions: The Collected Ghost Stories by Robert Hood (IFWG)
  2. The Subprimes: A Novel by Karl Taro Greenfeld (Harper)
  1. The Doors You Mark Are Your Own (Joshua City Trilogy) by Okla Elliott (Dark House Press)
  2. The Book of Phoenix (Who Fears Death) by Nnedi Okorafor (DAW)
  1. Tuki Save the Humans #3 by Jeff Smith (Cartoon Books)
  2. The Cambridge Companion to American Science Fiction by Gerry Canavan & Professor Eric Carl Link (Editors) (Cambridge University Press)
  1. The Knocking Box (Wanderings: Short Fictions and Illusions Book 2) by Kenneth G. Bennett (Booktrope)
  2. The Guide (Wanderings: Short Fictions and Illusions Book 1) by Kenneth G. Bennett (Booktrope)
  1. Seeds by Chris Mandeville
About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

1 Comment on Books Received: March 23, 2015

  1. I had a copy of The Grace of Kings land on my doorstep last week as well – that will likely be my next read.

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