|1)||Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances, Neil Gaiman (HarperCollins/Morrow)||1||–|
|2)||The Just City, Jo Walton (Tor)||2||4|
|3)||Half the World, Joe Abercrombie (Ballantine Del Rey)||1||–|
|4)||The Slow Regard of Silent Things, Patrick Rothfuss (DAW)||5||1|
|5)||Cibola Burn, James S. A. Corey (Orbit)||3||–|
|6)||Golden Son, Pierce Brown (Ballantine Del Rey)||2||3|
|7)||Karen Memory, Elizabeth Bear (Tor)||1||–|
|*)||The World of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin, Elio M. Garcia, Jr. & Linda Antonsson (Bantam)||5||6|
|9)||The Autumn Republic, Brian McClellan (Orbit)||1||–|
|10)||Finn Fancy Necromancy, Randy Henderson (Tor)||1||–|
|1)||Night Broken, Patricia Briggs (Ace)||1||–|
|2)||The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss (DAW)||19||1|
|3)||A Game of Thrones, George R. R. Martin (Bantam Spectra)||56||2|
|4)||American Gods, Neil Gaiman (HarperTorch)||16||–|
|5)||Foxglove Summer, Ben Aaronovitch (DAW)||2||3|
|*)||Like a Mighty Army, David Weber (Tor)||1||–|
|7)||A Dance with Dragons, George R. R. Martin (Bantam)||17||4|
|8)||Master Sergeant, Mel Odom (Harper Voyager)||1||–|
|9)||A Clash of Kings, George R. R. Martin (Bantam Spectra)||49||–|
|10)||The Thorn of Dentonhill, Marshall Ryan Maresca (DAW)||1||–|
|1)||The Martian, Andy Weir (Broadway)||4||1|
|2)||Ancillary Justice, Ann Leckie (Orbit)||14||2|
|3)||Red Rising, Pierce Brown (Ballantine Del Rey)||2||4|
|4)||The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Neil Gaiman (Morrow)||8||3|
|5)||Caliban’s War, James S. A. Corey (Orbit US)||3||–|
|*)||Leviathan Wakes, James S. A. Corey (Orbit)||3||–|
|1)||Star Wars: Maul: Lockdown, Joe Schreiber (Del Rey)||1||–|
|2)||Star Trek: The Next Generation: Takedown, John Jackson Miller (Pocket)||2||2|
|3)||Doctor Who: The Secret Lives of Monsters, Justin Richards (HarperDesign)||4||3|
|1)||Halo: Mortal Dictata, Karen Traviss (Tor)||4||–|
|2)||Warhammer 40,000: The Horus Heresy: Vengeful Spirit, Graham McNeill (Games Workshop)||2||1|
New release Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman dominated the hardcover list with over twice as many points as second place win¬ner, The Just City by Jo Walton. Impulse by Dave Bara (DAW) was the new runner-up. There were 45 titles nominated, down from last month’s 56.
In the paperback category, Patricia Briggs’s Night Broken (book eight in the Mercy Thompson series), claimed first place from last month’s winner The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, now in second place. The new runner-up was Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop (Roc), with 51 nominated titles, down from 62 last month.
For the fourth month in a row, trade paperbacks The Martian by Andy Weir and Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie took the first and second spots respectively. There were no new runners-up, with 35 nominated titles, up from last month’s 29.
In media-related books, Star Wars: Maul: Lockdown by Joe Schreiber barely beat out last month’s second place winner, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Takedown by John Jackson Miller to take first place. There were no new runners-up. There were 16 nominated titles, down from 20 last month.
In gaming-related books, Karen Traviss’s Halo: Mortal Dictata beat last month’s first place winner, Graham McNeill’s Warhammer 40,000: The Horus Heresy: Vengeful Spirit, by one point, taking first place with the McNeill second. There were no new runners-up, with 14 nominated titles, up from last month’s 13.
Compiled with data from
Bakka-Phoenix Books (Canada),
Barnes & Noble (USA),
McNally Robinson (2 in Canada),
Mysterious Galaxy (CA),
Toadstool (2 in NH),
Uncle Hugo’s (MN),
University Bookstore (WA),
White Dwarf (Canada).
Data period: February 2015.
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