March 7th, 2017
Sins of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder 1)
A new fantasy series is always exciting, especially when it takes place in an already established world — such is the case with Sins of Empire, Brian McClellan’s newest offering, which, if it is anything like the Powder Mage series, blends a dark fantasy world with military steampunk for an exciting adventure.
March 9th, 2017
James Smythe, Neil Gaiman, and Claire North are but a few of the contributors to The Djinn Falls in Love and Other Stories, a short story anthology which collects tales about mystical genies.
March 14th, 2017
Kim Stanley Robinson
The cover of Kim Stanley Robinson’s New York 2140 is chilling — New York City, with a bizarre coastline; this might be the near-future sci-fi classic we’ve been waiting for from Mr. Robinson.
March 21st, 2017
The announcement for The Collapsing Empire came out of nowhere: not only the start of an all-new series, but an all-new series unconnected to the Old Man’s War universe. Space opera is space opera, however, and John Scalzi is a master; I’ll be reading The Collapsing Empire on day one.
Infinity Engine (Transformation 3)
More space opera by another master, but in familiar territory. Neil Asher’s Infinity Engine wraps up the Transformation Polity trilogy.