Posts tagged: ian mcdonald

Release Week: Dark Eden, Desert of Souls, Reign of Ash, Games Creatures Play, Tales of the Radiation Age, Salvage, and Ian McDonald's Desolation Road and Cyberabad Days

Posted on 2014-04-07 at 19:14 by Sam

MARCH 26-APRIL 1, 2014: A fantastic range of releases this week, from a 2012-UK-published novel of mind-bending interplanetary science fiction finally getting a US release, to epic fantasy, a big-name paranormal fantasy anthology, post-apocalyptic sf, to near-future sf for young/new adults, and some long-missing audiobooks from Ian McDonald's backlist. Also out this week: Scott Sigler's Galactic Football League, Steven Erikson's The Bonehunters (Book 6 in his Malazan Book of the Fallen), a new audiobook

Posted in Release Week | Tagged alexandra duncan, brandon sanderson, charlaine harris, chris beckett, cyberabad days, dark eden, desolation roads, gail z martin, howard andrew jones, ian mcdonald, jason sheehan, kate rudd, lemony snicket, nick podehl, peter ganim, reign of ash, salvage, seanan mcguire, the desert of souls, tim gerard reynolds

Release Week(s): Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors, Samit Basu's Turbulence, Kathleen Tierney's Blood Oranges, Ian McDonald's Planesrunner, and Richard Bowes' Dust Devil on a Quiet Street

Posted on 2014-01-01 at 17:13 by Sam

DECEMBER 18-31, 2013: The last two weeks of 2013 bring two adult novels off the "most missing" list including the Kickstarter-funded and Janis Ian-narrated book one of Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors, and two fantastic YA novels as well as works from Mazarkis Williams, Matthew Hughes, Greg Egan, Andy Remic, Martha Wells, Manly Wade Wellman, James Marshall, Steve Perry, Anderson Prunty, and Poul Anderson, among others, and another great audiobook for early teens, Moonkind by Sarah Prineas

Posted in Release Week | Tagged ian mcdonald, janis ian, ramom takarim, samit basu, turbulence, when women were warriors

Release Day: Ian McDonald's Brasyl and River of Gods

Posted on 2012-06-21 at 18:37 by Sam

I don’t generally post releases outside of the “release week” posts, but it’s a pretty big day for audiobooks as Ian McDonald’s River of Gods (published 2004, winner of the BSFA Award, nominated for a Hugo, Arthur C. Clarke, and Locus, and here read by Jonathan Keeble) and Brasyl (published 2007, winner of the BSFA Award, nominated for a Hugo, Nebula, John W. Campbell, and Locus, and here read by Nigel Pilkington) were just released by Audible:


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