Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Science Fiction and Fantasy Novels Coming in April 2011

Hardcover:


Elves: Rise of the Taigethan – James Barclay
Beyond the Frontier Dreadnaugh – Jack Campbell
Betrayer – C. J. Cherryh
A Kingdom Besieged – Raymond Feist
* 1636: The Saxon Uprising - Eric Flint
The Sookie Stackhouse Companion – Charlaine Harris
* The Amazon Legion - Tom Kratman
King Raven Omnibus – Stephen Lawhead
How to See Fairies – John Matthews
The Unremembered – Peter Orullian
Shadow Chaser – Aleksey Pehov
All the Lives He Led – Federick Pohl
After the Golden Age – Carrie Vaughn

Trade Paperback:

The Dragon's Path – Daniel Abraham
* Flandry's Legacy - Poul Anderson
The Technician – Neal Asher
White Luck Warrior – R. Scott Bakker
Blood and Iron – Tony Ballantyne
The Winds of Khalakovo – Bradley Beaulieu
The Company Man – Robert Jackson Bennett
Magnus of Stonewylde – Kit Berry
The Sword of Albion – Mark Chadbourn
A Matter of Time – Glen Cook 
Star Trek: New Frontier: Blind Man's Bluff – Peter David
Zendegi – Greg Egan
Worlds of Fantasy: The Best of Fantasy Magazine – Jeffery Ford, Ed.
Terralus 4 – Lee Giminez
Dead and Gone – Charlaine Harris
The Unincorporated War – Dani Kollin
The Falling Machine – Andrew Mayer
Soft Apocalypse – Wil McIntosh
The Whisper of Leaves – K. S. Nikakis
The Shining City – Fiona Patton
Alchemist in the Shadows - Pierre Pevel
Man Plus – Frederick Pohl
The River of Shadows – Robert V. S. Redick
City of Ruins – Kristine Rusch
Beware the Night – Ekaterina Sedia, Ed.
Haven - Joel Shepherd
He Walked Among Us – Norman Spinrad
The Sacred Path - Adrian Tchaikovski
Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti – Genevieve Valentine
Battle in the Dawn: The Complete Hok the Mighty – Manly Wade Wellman
Except the Queen – Jane Yolan

Mass Market Paperback:

Embedded – Dan Abnett
Shady Lady – Ann Aguirre
Climate of Change – Piers Anthony
Prescription For Chaos – Christopher Anvil
Phoenix Rising – Pip Ballantine
Gods and Monsters – Lyn Benedict
The Ambassador's Mission – Trudi Canavan
* Exodus: The Ark - Paul Chafe
Deceiver – C. J. Cherryh
Forgotten Realms: Sword of the Gods – Bruce Cordell
Uncertain Allies – Mark Del Franco
War Hammer 40K: Blood Reaver – Aaron Dembski-Bowden
Legions of Fire – David Drake
War Hammer 40K: The Age of Darkness – Christian Dunn
Tangled Threads – Jennifer Estep
Dead Space: Martyr – Brian Evenson
A Magic of Dawn – S. L. Farrell
Vegas Knights – Matt Forbeck
Star Wars: Allies – Christie Golden
The Stainless Steel Rat Returns – Harry Harrison
The Green Hills of Earth & The Menace From Earth – Robert Heinlein
The Hidden Goddess – M. K. Hobson
Among Thieves – Douglas Hulick
Burn Down the Sky – James Jaros
Infernal Devices – K. W. Jeter
Morlock Night – K. W. Jeter
Element Zero – James Knapp
Alien in the Family – Gini Koch
The Lotus Eaters – Tom Kratman
* Longeye - Sharon Lee & Steve Miller
Five Odd Honors – Jane Lindskold
Divine Misfortune – A. Lee Martinez
The Cold Kiss of Death – Suzanne McLeod
Heaven's Needle – Liane Merciel
The Hammer of Darkness – L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
Magic on the Hunt – Devon Monk
Equations of Life – Simon Morden
* The View From the Imperium - Jody Lynn Nye
Warhammer: Caledor – Gav Thorpe
Camera Obscura – Lavie Tidhar
Black Magic Woman – Christie Warren
City of Hope and Despair – Ian Whates
The Noise Revealed – Ian Whates
Magic the Gathering: Scars of Mirrodin – Robert Wintermute

*My apologies to the Baen authors with April releases.  For some reason several of them were missed on this list.  I went to Baen's site and have now added them in.


6 comments:

Herr Oberst said...

_And_ The Amazon Legion, Jessica. ;)

best,

Tom Kratman

Jessica Strider said...

The Indigo/Chapters website has that released on March 29th. I've added it in the April list for you though.

Herr Oberst said...

That's an oddity of scheduling, I imagine. Originally, TAL was supposed to be an April book. However, Baen's April list comes out the end of March this month.

Thanks.

Tom

Jessica Strider said...

Thanks Tom. There's always something missing on a list like this (either due to scheduling changes or other reasons). On the other hand, I checked Baen's site and didn't have ANY of the books on this list that they had on their April releases! I have a small list of publishers I check after going over the Indigo site, guess I have to add Baen back to that.

Sorry for the mix up. You're all on the list now.

Herr Oberst said...

On behalf of all of us, I thank you.

BTW, when you see a Baen book in the COUNTDOWN series? That's not SF but straight military fiction.

best,

Tom

Jessica Strider said...

I'll have to see where we're shelving COUNTDOWN then. Either it's in general fiction, in which case it shouldn't come up on my SFF search, or it's in SF (with the rest of your books), in which case I'll have to remember that you do both. I know John Ringo has some straight military fiction that's put in SF for name recognition but other authors whose books are split.