Posts tagged: tobias buckell

Release Week: Mira Grant's Symbiont, Brandon Sanderson's Legion: Skin Deep, Tobias Buckell's Mitigated Futures, and Bronson Pinchot reading David Drake's Grimmer Than Hell

Posted on 2014-12-03 at 6:43 by Sam

NOVEMBER 19-25, 2014: An overall very, very quiet week in publishing, but with a standout concurrent new release (Mira Grant's Symbiont), two glimmering backlist collections (Buckell and Drake), the return of Sanderson's Legion (for free! read by Oliver Wyman again!), and a few more titles well worth noting (an indie fantasy superstar in the making in Jacob Cooper, anthologies Robot Uprisings and Night Shift, Bernard Cornwell's Grail Quest novels, Costello and Hautala's Star Road, and a huge pile of Akashic

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Release Week: Tobias Buckell's Hurricane Fever, Benjamin Parzybok's Sherwood Nation, Peyton Marshall's Goodhouse, Howard Jacobson's J, and David Cronenberg's Consumed read by William Hurt

Posted on 2014-10-07 at 19:18 by Sam

SEPTEMBER 24-30, 2014: I already knew this was going to be a big week, ahead of a huge October slate (previewed by Bookpage, io9, SFSignal, and BuzzFeed) and then several surprises made coming up with a manageable set of picks a nearly impossible task. Beyond the five audiobooks I do highlight this week, there's plenty more to check out in the "also out" listings including Garth Stein's A Sudden Light, Hilary Mantel's The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, Jason Mott's The Wonder of All Things, Jonathan L.

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Release Week: Tobias Buckell's Arctic Rising and M. M. Buckner's The Gravity Pilot

Posted on 2012-03-21 at 13:0 by Sam

It’s another packed week of audiobook releases, with the two biggest books for me both being previously released in hardcover from Tor, and both dealing with near/medium future ecological change: Tobias S. Buckell’s Arctic Rising and M. M. Buckner’s The Gravity Pilot.

ARCTIC RISING: Out in hardcover and e-book from Tor in late February, Buckell’s latest is an ecothriller set in a near future where: “Global warming has transformed the Earth, and it’s about to get even hotter. The Arctic Ice Cap has all but

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