Posts tagged: joe haldeman

Release Week: Chang-rae Lee's On Such a Full Sea, Joe Haldeman's Work Done for Hire, a collection by Ben Marcus, and more

Posted on 2014-01-09 at 18:29 by Sam

JANUARY 1-7, 2014: 2014 gets off to a cracking start with a literary dystopia from Pulitzer Prize finalist Chang-rae Lee, a new standalone novel from Joe Haldeman, a collection by Ben Marcus (Leaving the Sea), and! Jane Yellowrock is back in the latest installment of Faith Hunter's series. In the "also out" listings: Alma Katsu's The Taker trilogy concludes, we get the entirety of R.A. Salvatore's Paths of Darkness trilogy in his Legend of Drizzt oeuvre, and plenty more including a pair of new audiobooks of

Posted in Release Week | Tagged bd wong, ben marcus, chang-rae lee, chris sorensen, joe haldeman, work done for hire

Release Week: Caliban's War; Joe Haldeman's None So Blind; Ken Scholes's Antiphon; Michael J. Sullivan's Heir of Novron; and more

Posted on 2012-08-15 at 15:9 by Sam

While the release week for Tuesday August 14 is a bit quiet for concurrent new releases — again it’s the “Seen But Not Heard” list of Nick Mamatas’s Bullettime, collections from Kij Johnson and Jeffrey Ford, and some others which drive my thoughts on the week — there’s a sizable list of previously released books in audio for the first time, including a highly-anticipated sequel and a collection of stories by Joe Haldeman being the most intriguing audiobooks this week, with additional picks being Ken Scholes

Posted in regular, Release Week | Tagged caliban's war, heir of novron, james sa corey, joe haldeman, ken scholes, michael j sullivan, release week