Just noticed a few books that have either hit the shelves recently or are about to:
A continuation of Dan Wells’ I Am Not a Serial Killer John Cleever series. I really enjoyed the original trilogy and I’m glad to be going on with it. I liked the associated novella “Next of Kin,” too.
But wow, what an intense contrast to:
Yet there you go. I plan to pick up both of these, though most likely I will not read Wells’ book till I’ve got time for a break, which, sheesh, the way this year is stacking up, could be a while. I’ll read Greenwood’s right away because I’m familiar with that world right now.
Technically there’s no rush to read this third book in Django Wexler’s Thousand Names series, because I’m almost sure he said there would be a forth book to tie the series up. But I’ll probably read this one without waiting.
What else have I missed that’s just come out or is due out this month?
3 thoughts on “Out now, or hey, nearly out —”
The Wexler book’s title risks being mistaken for a new Tanya Huff Confederation book. :-)
(Went to get it, but it looks like it’s not out till the 7th.)
Frances Hardinge’s new novel THE LIE TREE has been released in the UK.
Ah, well, I did say “or out soon.” And you’re right, Mike, it does sound like one of Huff’s books! Which I’m also very much looking forward to her next book in that series, too.
I’ve already started seeing good things about THE LIE TREE, so I’m looking forward to that, too.