Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Science Fiction and Fantasy Books Coming in March, 2012

With the exception of the ebooks, the listings are from the Indigo/Chapters website and therefore go by Canadian release dates.  If you know a book that was missed, please mention it in the comments and I'll add it in. 


Elves: Rise of the Taigethan – James Barclay
The Last President – John Barnes
Range of Ghosts – Elizabeth Bear
Bridge of Dreams – Anne Bishop
Fair Game – Patricia Briggs
Intruder – C. J. Cherryh
Wide Open – Deborah Coates
Windlings: Under My Skin – Charles De Lint
Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi: Apocalypse – Troy Denning
A Crown Imperiled – Raymond E. Feist
Secrets of the Fire Sea – Stephen Hunt
The Games – Ted Kosmatka
Crucible of Gold – Naomi Novik
A Rising Thunder – David Weber

Trade Paperback:

Shadow and Betrayal – Daniel Abraham (reprint)
The Isis Collar – Cat Adams
The Master of Heathcrest Hall – Galen Beckett
Thuvia, Maid of Mars – Edgar Rice Burroughs 
R. A. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen Volume 1 – Richard Lee Byers
The Steel Seraglio – Mike Carey
The Pillars of Hercules – David Constantine
Walking the Clouds: An Anthology of Indigenous Science Fiction – Grace Dillon
The Vampire Files, Volume Five – P. N. Elrod
Dark North – Paul Finch
Lodestar – Michael Flynn
Body, Inc. – Alan Dean Foster
The Omen Machine – Terry Goodkind
The Outcast Blade – Jon Courtenay Grimwood
Witches: Wicked, Wild and Wonderful – Paula Guran, Ed.
North by 2000+ – H. A. Hargreaves
Dead in the Family – Charlaine Harris
The Star Beast – Robert Heinlein
Lance of Earth and Sky – Erin Hoffman
From the Deep of the Dark – Stephen Hunt
The Drowning Girl – Caitlin Kiernan
Jane Carver of Waar – Nathan Long
Chrysanthe – Yves Meynard 
The Forerunner Factor – Andre Norton
Liminal States – Zack Parsons
The Wise Man's Fear – Patrick Rothfuss
Warhammer 40K: Legion of the Damned – Rob Sanders
The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 6: – Jonathan Strahan, Ed.
Heirs of the Blade – Adrian Tchaikovsky

Mass Market Paperback:

Armored – John Joseph Adams, Ed.
Deliverance – Dakota Banks
Back From the Undead – D. D. Barant
How to be Death – Amber Benson
Twilight's Dawn – Anne Bishop
The Illustrated Man – Ray Bradbury
THe Martian Chronicles – Ray Bradbury
Sly Mongoose – Tobias Buckell
To the Galactic Rim – A. Bertram Chandler
Betrayer – C. J. Cherryh
Warhammer 40K: Phalanx – Ben Counter
Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi: Vortex – Troy Denning
The Kingdom of Dust – Amanda Downum
The Lingering Dead – J. N. Duncan
Warhammer: Gotrek and Felix the Anthology – Christian Dunn, Ed.
1636: The Saxon Uprising – Eric Flint
Omega Point – Guy Haley
The Gathering of the Lost – Lowe Helen
Black Howl – Christina Henry
Fated – Benedict Jacka
Blood on the Bayou – Stacey Jay
Sacrificial Magic – Stacia Kane
Retribution – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Dragon Strike – E. E. Knight
Age of Aztec – James Lovegrove
Star Trek: Destiny – David Mack
Star Trek: Vanguard: Storming Heaven – David Mack
Exogene – T. C. McCarthy
Discount Armageddon – Seanan McGuire
Lady-Protector – L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
Modern Fae's Guide to Surviving Humanity – Joshua Palmatier
Forgotten Realms: Venom in her Veins – Tim Pratt
Don't Kill the Messenger – Eileen Rendahl
Fuzzy Nation – John Scalzi
Doubletake – Rob Thurman

EBooks (Carina Press)

Alien Velocity – Robert Appleton
Beauty in the Beast – Christine Danse
A Brush With Darkness – Erastes
Bitter Harvest – Kim Knox
Gate to Kandrith – Nicole Luiken
Heart of Perdition – Selah March
Motor City Mage – Cindy Spencer Pape

YA Fiction

Chime – Fanny Billingsley
The Poison Eaters: and Other Stories – Holly Black
Wake Unto Me – Lisa Cach
The Morganville Vampires, Volume 3 – Rachel Caine
Teeth: Vampire Tales – Ellen Datlow, Ed.
Wither – Lauren De Stefano
Lies – Michael Grant
Plague – Michael Grant
Clarity – Kim Harrington
Falling Under – Gwyn Hayes
The Screaming Season – Nancy Holder
The Hunt of the Unicorn – C. C. Humphreys
Dr. Sigmundus: The Resurrection Fields – Brian Keaney
Infinity: Chronicles of Nick – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Invincible: Chronicles of Nick – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Breaking Down – Stefan Petrucha
Fury of the Phoenix – Cindy Pon
Dark Mirror – M. J. Putney
Fever Crumb – Philip Reeve
The Dark and Hollow Places – Carrie Ryan
Memento Nora – Angie Smibert
The Vampire Diaries: Midnight – L. J. Smith
The Vampire Diaries: Shadow Souls – L. J. Smith
Steel – Carrie Vaughn
Numbers: The Chaos – Rachel Ward
Blink & Caution – Tim Wynne-Jones

1 comment:

Ceska said...

The Dark and Hallow Places is book Three in the series of The Forest of Hands and Teeth.
Here all of our favorite characters are coming together and trying to survive as the Horde of unliving are moving en mass to their previous thought, impenetrable island. Love is in the air while the trials of surviving are taking a toll on our beloved characters. Who will survive from getting off of Sanctuary while the Hordes are crashing at your doors. Will love conquer all odds in the tunnels? Will our characters find solace in each other, or succumb to the death.
Carrie Ryan weaves and amazing world building tale of love in the time of zombies, where food is scarce and the living try and beat insurmountable odds to just basically stay of the living.
The inner thoughts of Annah are absolutely remarkable. I love her inner dialog and how as a character she is finding that she has a beauty that no bodily damage can set apart from her. As a character Annah is fighting the struggle to stay driven and alive, just as much as she is fighting to keep the will to live within that struggle and find herself as a person of worth in the eyes of others.
The Dark and Hallow places was a masterpiece to read. I was not only on the edge of my seat, but a tear in the eye while reading.
The ending was beautiful and remarkable.