New Books : 5 March 2019

20 new science fiction and fantasy books released this week! New titles this week are by Andrew Bannister, Elizabeth Bear, Laura Bickle, Anne Bishop, K. Chess, Brian Lee Durfee, Jenna Glass, Kevin Hearne/Lila Bowen/Chuck Wendig, Kate Heartfield, John Lanchester, Tim Maughan, Seanan McGuire, Rati Mehrotra, Dan Moren, Helen Oyeyemi, Tim Powers, John Ringo & Gary Poole, Amber Royer, Martin L. Shoemaker, and Travis S. Taylor & Jody Lynn Nye. ...Read More Read more

Forthcoming Books Through December 2019

The Locus Selected Books by Author list has been updated on our Forthcoming Books page, with information from the March 2019 issue covering upcoming titles from genre houses slated through December 2019. Find out about your favorite authors upcoming books!

For the complete list of books by publisher, subscribe to our print magazine or purchase the March issue in print or digital editions, available March 1, 2019.

 

 

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New & Notable Books, February 2019

M.R. Carey, Someone Like Me (Orbit 11/18) From the author of The Girl with All the Gifts, this psychological thriller follows Liz Kendall, a mother-of-two with a violent alter ego, and Fran Watts, a sixteen-year-old with the ability to see both of Liz’s personalities at the same time.

 

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New Books : 19 February 2019

13 new science fiction and fantasy books this week, including: 12 dark fantasy stories in COLLISION by J.S. Breukelaar; 16 stories translated from Chinese in BROKEN STARS, edited by Ken Liu; and 25 original stories, plus nine microstories by China Mieville, in THE OUTCAST HOURS, edited by Mahvesh Murad & Jared Shurin. New titles this week are by J. S. Breukelaar, Rachel Caine & Ann Aguirre, P. Djéli Clark, T. ...Read More Read more

Locus Bestsellers, February 2019

The Locus Bestsellers for February include top titles Fire & Blood by George R.R. Martin, The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu, and Star Wars: Last Shot by Daniel José Older.   HARDCOVERS Monthson list Lastmonth 1) Fire & Blood, George R.R. Martin (Bantam) 1 – 2) The Consuming Fire, John Scalzi (Tor) 2 2 3) The Labyrinth Index, Charles Stross ...Read More Read more

New Books : 12 February 2019

11 new books this week, including several continuing series: Susan Dennard’s BLOODWITCH; TERMINAL UPRISING by Jim C. Hines; THE REVENANT EXPRESS by George Mann; and David Moody’s ALL ROADS LEAD HERE. New titles this week are by Charlie Jane Anders, Susan Dennard, Jasper Fforde, Jim C. Hines, George Mann, Kate Mascarenhas, David Moody, Sylvain Neuvel, Leife Shallcross, Sharma Shields, and Jodie Lynn Zdrok. ...Read More Read more

New Books : 5 February 2019

Royalty reigns over this list of 17 new books: evil queens, the ruin of kings, a space princess, and five royal daughters! New titles this week are by Larry Correia, Theodora Goss, Joanna Hathaway, Micah Dean Hicks, Darius Hinks, Marlon James, Victor LaValle & John Joseph Adams, Jenn Lyons, Evie Manieri, Jessie Mihalik, L.E. Modesitt, Jr., Scotto Moore, Larry Niven, Patrice Sarath, S.A. Sidor, Kristen Simmons, and Kim Wilkins. ...Read More Read more

New Books : 29 January 2019

Gods rule this week’s new books: Inuit and Viking gods battle in THE WOLF IN THE WHALE by Jordanna Max Brodsky; TIDE OF THE TITANS by Thoraiya Dyer is about the gods and goddesses of thirteen cities in a forest canopy; and R.A. Salvatore’s latest RECKONING OF FALLEN GODS.  Other new titles this week by Mike Ashley, Leigh Bardugo, Robert Jackson Bennett, Mike Chen, Simon Ings, Michelle Sagara, and Shaun ...Read More Read more

New & Notable Books, January 2019

Ben Aaronovitch, Lies Sleeping (DAW 11/18) Detective Constable (and apprentice wizard) Peter Grant has to deal with some major new developments as he hunts the Faceless Man and ends up confronting an old (very old) foe in this thrilling seventh book in the Rivers of London urban fantasy series. (Published simultaneously in the UK by Gollancz.)

 

Aliette de Bodard, In the Vanishers’ Palace (JABberwocky Literary Agency 10/18) “Beauty and ...Read More

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New Books : 22 January 2019

From the Middle East; to Guerdon, a city of saints and thieves; to the Pearl Famous Academy of Skate & Sword; to the lower wards of Kahnzoka, a great port city of the Blessed Empire; to the Golden State, there are many places to explore in these new books! New titles this week are by Josiah Bancroft, Michael Chabon, S.A. Chakraborty, Curtis Craddock, Gareth Hanrahan, Henry Lien, Chuck Wendig, Django ...Read More Read more

Locus Bestsellers, January 2019

The Locus Bestsellers for January include top titles Uncompromising Honor by David Weber, Dune by Frank Herbert, Persepolis Rising by James S.A. Corey, and Timeless by R.A. Salvatore.   HARDCOVERS Monthson list Lastmonth 1) Uncompromising Honor, David Weber (Baen) 1 – 2) The Consuming Fire, John Scalzi (Tor) 1 – 3) Port of Shadows, Glen Cook (Tor) 1 – 4) Vengeful, V.E. Schwab (Tor) 2 7 5) ...Read More Read more

New Books : 15 January 2019

Explore the past with a time traveling professor, or an alternate history WWII secret magical warfare program. Explore the future with fox-magic space opera, or in a cursed pirate spaceship. Explore both with a novel about a detective who solves crimes by traveling to alternate pasts and futures. New titles this week are by Gregory Benford, Terry Goodkind, Yoon Ha Lee, David Mack, Christopher Paolini, Alastair Reynolds, S. Andrew Swann, ...Read More Read more

New & Notable Books, December 2018

Dale Bailey, In the Night Wood (John Joseph Adams 10/18) This tale of literary horror concerns Erin, the descendant of a famous children’s book author, who inherits the family estate. In mourning with her husband over the loss of their daughter, things get worse when they begin to see a grim figure from her ancestor’s book. “The prose is genuinely good, the setting is genuinely creepy, and the hints of ...Read More

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