* Dalton, A. J. : Gateway of the Saviours
(UK: Gollancz 978-0-575-12317-5, £20, 480pp, hardcover, March 2013)
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575123205
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Mar 2013
Chronicles of a Cosmic Warlord #2

Fantasy novel, second book of a trilogy following Empire of the Saviours, concerning a young boy in a fortified town who is driven out after unleashing pagan magicks.
• Gollancz’ site has this description. There’s a simultaneous trade paperback edition.
• Amazon’s “Look Inside” function provides a preview.

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* Feist, Raymond E. : Jimmy and the Crawler
(UK: Harper Voyager 978-0-00-751128-0, £14.99, trade paperback, February 2013)
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-0-00-751129-7
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 28 Feb 2013

Short novel or novella about Jimmy the Hand, a character popular from numerous novels in various Riftwar series.
• Harper’s site has this description.
• No US edition is currently scheduled.

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* Hobb, Robin : Blood of Dragons
(UK: Harper Voyager 978-0-00-744413-7, £20, 544pp, hardcover, April 2013)
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-0-00-744415-1
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 978-0-00-750907-2
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 14 Mar 2013
Rain Wild Chronicles #4

Fantasy novel, fourth and final book in the “Rain Wild Chronicles” following Dragon Keeper (UK 2009, US 2010), Dragon Haven (2010), and City of Dragons (UK 2012, US 2013), and set in the same world as her Liveship Traders and Tawny Man trilogies. It concerns a group of debilitated dragons, rejected by human culture, setting out to find their ancient home.
• Harper’s site has this description.
• The US edition is due April 9.

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* Koontz, Dean : Deeply Odd
(UK: HarperCollins UK 978-0-00-732703-4, £18.99, 344pp, hardcover, March 2013)
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-0-00-732714-0
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 28 Mar 2013
Odd Thomas #6

Horror novel, sixth in a series following Odd Thomas (2003), Forever Odd (2005), Brother Odd (2006), Odd Hours (2008), and Odd Apocalypse (2012), about a young man who can see spirits of the dead.
• Harper’s site has this description.
• Amazon’s “Look Inside” function provides a preview.
• The US edition is due May 28.

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* Park, Paul : Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance
(UK: PS Publishing 978-1-848635-82-1, £11.99, 90pp, hardcover, January 2013, cover art Aida Laleian)

SF novella, revised from a version published in F&SF in 2010 and a Nebula nominee in 2011, which blends a SFnal tale set in a post-apocalyptic future, historical incidents about the Civil War and UFOs, and family history narrated by the author. This version adds an introduction by John Crowley and an afterword by Elizabeth Hand that are set in the same future context.
• PS Publishing’s site has this description
• As usual with this publisher, copies have become available for purchase only several weeks past the nominal publication date, and it is currently still unavailable from Amazon UK.
• Gary K. Wolfe reviewed the book in the February issue of Locus Magazine: “[W]e’re all inherently unreliable narrators, and narrative itself is a distorted, conciliatory way of imposing sense on experience. Park has been fascinated by this arbitrariness literally for decades…”

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* Saulter, Stephanie : Gemsigns
(UK: Quercus/Jo Fletcher 978-1780878652, $12.99, 320pp, trade paperback, April 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 28 Mar 2013
Revolution #1

SF novel, the author’s first novel, about the conflict between ‘Gems’, genetically-engineered humans created to overcome a plague, and the ‘Norms’ who would enslave or exterminate them.
• The publisher’s site has this description.
• The author’s site has posts about the book.
• No US edition is currently scheduled.

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* Whates, Ian : Growing Pains
(UK: PS Publishing 978-1-848636-00-2, £11.99, hardcover, April 2013, cover art Tomislav Tikulin)

Collection of nine stories.
• PS Publishing’s site has this description with blurbs by Paul Di Filippo, Tanith Lee, and Adrian Tchaikovsky.
• The author’s site has this post about the book, with the table of contents, a brief summary of each story, and the wraparound dust jacket.

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