Some of these covers are pretty, and some of these books are interesting, as usual. There are a couple that meet in the middle as being ‘pretty damn interesting’, at least for me.
The two prettiest covers are All the Hidden Paths and Emily Wilde’s Map of the Otherlands. They are also more than a bit alike. Generation Ship and System Collapse are damn interesting and much anticipated, although their covers aren’t all that. And then there’s John Scalzi’s Starter Villain. I’ve had an ARC of Starter Villain for several weeks, waiting for the cover to be revealed. Now that it has been, I can’t stop laughing every time I see it. To the point where I can’t resist the damn thing at all so it’s what I’ll be reading this weekend, even if it won’t be published for several more months.
How’s your stack looking this week?
All the Hidden Paths (Tithenai Chronicles #2) by Foz Meadows
Artificial by Amy Kurzweil
The Dead Take the A Train (Carrion City #1) by Cassandra Khaw and Richard Kadrey
Emily Wilde’s Map of the Otherlands (Emily Wilde #2) by Heather Fawcett
Fat Time and Other Stories by Jeffrey Renard Allen
Generation Ship by Michael Mammay
The Hurricane Wars (Hurricane Wars #1) by Thea Guanzon
Juliette by Camille Jourdy
Learned by Heart by Emma Donoghue
Okinawa by Susumu Higa
Starter Villain by John Scalzi
Sunset, Water City (Water City Trilogy #3) by Chris McKinney
System Collapse (Murderbot Diaries #7) by Martha Wells
A True Account by Katherine Howe
Wild Girls by Tiya Miles
The Wingmen by Adam Lazarus
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