Friday, 1 May 2009

Science Fiction and Fantasy Books Coming in June 2009

Twisted Metal - Tony Ballantyne
Naamah’s Kiss - Jacqueline Carey
Rift in the Sky - Julie Czerneda
Cloud and Ashes: Three Winter’s Tales - Greer GIlman
Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi: Omen - Christie Golden
Primeval: Fire and Water - Simon Guerrier
Green - Jay Lake
Haze - L.E. Modesitt Jr.
White is for Witching - Helen Oyeyemi
Warbreaker - Brandon Sanderson
Overthrowing Heaven - Mark L. Van Name
Julian Comstock - Robert Charles Wilson

Trade Paperback:
The Edge of the World - Kevin Anderson
Rise of the Terran Empire - Poul Anderson
In Ashes Lie - Marie Brennan
World’s End - Mark Chadbourn
The Ghosts of Blood and Innocence - Storm Constantine
Medicine Road - Charles de Lint
The Better Mousetrap - Tom Holt
Black and White - Jackie Kessler
Pereat Mundus - Leena Krohn
Of Berserkers, Swords and Vampires: A Saberhagen Retrospective - Fred Saberhagen
The Dog of the North - Tim Stretton
Phantasm - Phaedra Weldon
The Hanging Mountains - Sean Williams

Mass Market Paperback:
Ink and Steel - Elizabeth Bear
Orphan’s Triumph - Robert Buetner
Kushiel’s Mercy - Jacqueline Carey
Eve of Destruction - S.J. Day
The Immortal Prince - Jennifer Fallon
The Demon Redcoat - C.C. Finlay
Daemons are Forever - Simon Green
Magic the Gathering: Artefacts Cycle I - Jeff Grubb
Death’s Head Maximum Offense - David Gunn
Valor’s Trial - Tanya Huff
Forgotten Realms: City of the Dead - Rosemary Jones
Street Magic - Caitlin Kittredge
Hawkspar - Holly Lisle
Swordplay - Denise Little, Ed.
Light of Heaven - Dabid McIntee
Juggler of Worlds - Larry Niven and Edward Lerner
City of Souls - Vicki Petterson
The Dark Ferryman - Jenna Rhodes
Greywalker - Kat Richardson
Mark of the Demon - Diana Rowland
Crossover - Joel Shepherd
Dragon Lance: The Forest King - Paul Thompson
Stargate SG1: Valalla - Tim Waggoner
Null-a Continuum - John Wright


Rosemary Jones said...

Rosemary Jones has a Forgotten Realms novel in June. The Title is "City of the Dead"

Jessica Strider said...

Thanks for pointing that out. I've added the title to the blog post.