Release Week: Lost and Found, When Worlds Collide

A fairly quiet release week to end January, with the most interesting titles for me being previously released books.

The first is Lost and Found: The Taken Trilogy, Book 1 By Alan Dean Foster, Narrated by Oliver Wyman for Audible, Inc.:

Originally published in 2004 by Del Rey: “Not so long ago Marcus Walker was just another young commodities trader in Chicago, working hard and playing harder. But that’s all in the past, part of a life half forgotten-a reality that vanished when he was attacked while camping and tossed aboard a starship bound for deep space.”

The second (and third) are two classic sf novels from the 1930s by Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer, When Worlds Collide and After Worlds Collide:

 

Read by Peter Ganim for Audible Frontiers, the first book details the cataclysmic approach of a rogue planet, bound for impact with earth; the second with the life of the survivors.

ALSO OUT THIS WEEK:

LATER THIS WEEK:

MISSING IN ACTION:

NEXT WEEK (Feb 7):

TWO WEEKS (Feb 14):

THREE WEEKS (Feb 21):
  • Echoes of Betrayal by Elizabeth Moon (Brilliance Audio, 21 Feb 2012) — simultaneously released with the hardcover
  • Satantango by László Krasznahorkai and translated by George Szirtes (New Directions, Feb 21, 2012)
  • Non-genre: The Technologists by Matthew Pearl (Coming February 21, 2012) — The Civil War is over, and MIT is founded…
  • Non-genre: Stirred by J. A. Conrath and Blake Crouch, from Brilliance Audio (2/21/2012)
  • Exogene by T. C. McCarthy, read by Bahni Turpin for Blackstone Audio (Orbit, 28 Feb 12) — sequel to 2011’s Germline
  • The Troupe by Robert Jackson Bennett (Orbit, Feb 21, 2012)
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