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Books Received: February 22, 2016 (Ada Palmer, S.B. Divya, Paul Tremblay, Ken Liu, Kat Howard, Brandon Sanderson, Sylvain Neuvel, E. Catherine Tobler, Michael Boatman, Peter Tieryas. Andy Remic & More)

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

  1. Disappearance at Devil’s Rock: A Novel by Paul Tremblay (William Morrow)
  2. Return of Souls by Andy Remic (Tor.com)
  1. Runtime by S.B. Divya (Tor.com)
  2. Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer (Tor Books)
  1. It’s Come to Our Attention by Juliana Rew (Editor) (Third Flatiron Publishing)
  2. The Life Engineered (World Engineered) by JF Dubeau (Sword & Laser)
  1. Call Forth the Waves (The Celestine Series) by L.J. Hatton (Skyscape)
  2. Serengeti by J.B. Rockwell (Severed Press)
  1. The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories by Ken Liu (Saga Press)
  2. Roses and Rot by Kat Howard (Saga Press)
  1. The Demonists by Thomas E. Sniegoski (Roc)
  2. Underwater Fistfight by Matt Betts (Raw Dog Screaming Press)
  1. Railhead by Philip Reeve (Oxford University Press)
  2. The Immortals (Olympus Bound) by Jordanna Max Brodsky (Orbit)
  1. The Last Stop by Michael H. Burnam (Lodestone Books)
  2. Parallels: Felix Was Here by L. G. Keltner (Freedom Fox Press)
  1. Calamity (The Reckoners) by Brandon Sanderson (Delacorte Press)
  2. Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel (Del Rey)
  1. The Art and Science of Intergalactic Warmongery by Field Marshal S. Myrston (Cosmic Egg Books)
  2. Clarity by Taylor Verrier (Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd.)
  1. Will Do Magic For Small Change by Andrea Hairstin (Aqueduct Press)
  2. The Honey Mummy (Folley & Mallory Adventure Book 3) by E. Catherine Tobler (Apokrupha)
  1. Who Wants to be The Prince of Darkness? by Michael Boatman (Angry Robot)
  2. The Destructives by Matthew De Abaitua (Angry Robot)
  1. United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas (Angry Robot)
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