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Release Week: Niven and Harrington's The Goliath Stone, Christopher Priest's The Adjacent, Madeline Ashby's iD, Paul S. Kemp's A Discourse in Steel, Calvino's Invisible Cities, and Ballard's The Drowned World

Posted on 2013-06-26 at 15:0 by Sam

JUNE 19-25, 2013: June goes out with quite a bang -- limiting the picks to even the four pairs below still leaves titles of interest in the "also out this week" listings, such as a literary historical fantasy from Andrew Sean Greer and Jeff Noon's follow-on to Vurt; it's also another big week for self-published releases with David D. Levine, M.R. Mathias and Hugh Howey all publishing well-produced audiobooks of their works.


I'll start the pairings with two top-flight concurrent new

Posted in Release Week | Tagged christopher priest, italo calvino, jg ballard, john lee, kevin hearne, larry niven, luke daniels, madeline ashby, melissa scott, paul s. kemp

Release Week: Chimera, vN, and Zelazny's Chronicles of Amber from Juliani and Wheaton

Posted on 2012-08-01 at 14:2 by Sam

July goes out with quite a bang this release week, with two of my long-anticipated sf titles and an unexpectedly fantastic surprise with the Audible Frontiers release of Roger Zelazny’s The Chronicles of Amber series under two all-star narrators.

Being quite a fan of the first and second books in the series, I’m already digging into Chimera: The Subterrene War, Book 3 By T. C. McCarthy, Narrated by John Pruden for Blackstone Audio: “Escaped Germline soldiers need to be cleaned up, and Stan Resnick is the

Posted in regular, Release Week | Tagged alessandro juliani, chimera, madeline ashby, release week, roger zelazny, tc mccarthy, vN, wil wheaton