* Campbell, Alan : The Art of Hunting
(UK: Macmillan/Tor UK 978-0230742956, £16.99, 500pp, trade paperback, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9781447248736
Gravedigger Chronicles #2

Fantasy novel, second in a series following Sea of Ghosts (2011), about a gravedigger soldier and his daughter, a blind telepath, in a world full of enemies.
• Pan Macmillan’s site has this description.
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* Egan, Greg : The Arrows of Time
(UK: Gollancz 9780575105768, £16.99, 368pp, trade paperback, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575105799
Orthogonal #3

Hard science fiction novel, third of a trilogy following The Clockwork Rocket (2011) and The Eternal Flame (2012), set in a universe with unusual physical laws (e.g. light has no universal speed and its creation generates energy).
• Gollancz’ site has this description.
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• The US edition, in hardcover, is due in April 2014.

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* Knight, Francis : Last to Rise
(Orbit 978-0-316-21774-3, $15, 288pp, trade paperback, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 26 Nov 2013
UK edition: 978-0356501680 (Tue 26 Nov 2013)
Rojan Dizon #3

Fantasy novel, third in a series following the Fade to Black (Feb. 2013) and Before the Fall (Jun 2013), about a pain-mage and detective in a futuristic vertical city.
• Hachette’s site has this description with a preview function.
• The Publishers Weekly review concludes, “The series, which has grown in complexity since the beginning, reaches a profoundly moving conclusion that is both unexpected and entirely satisfying.”

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* Lloyd, Tom : Moon’s Artifice
(UK: Gollancz 9780575131163, £20, 432pp, hardcover, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575131194
Empire of a Hundred Houses #1

Fantasy novel, first volume of a new series, about an investigator in the ruling city of the Empire of a Hundred Houses, which is threatened by civil war.
• Gollancz’s site has this description.
• There’s a simultaneous paperback edition (9780575131170).
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* Oliver, Jonathan, ed. : The End of the Road
(Solaris 9781781081549, $7.99, 304pp, mass market paperback, December 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 26 Nov 2013
UK edition: 978-1-78108-153-2 (Thu 5 Dec 2013)

Anthology of 14 original horror stories.
• Authors include Lavie Tidhar, Philip Reeve, Vandana Singh, and Paul Meloy.
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‡ Pratchett, Terry : Dodger’s Guide to London
(UK: Transworld/Doubleday UK 978-0857533241, £12.99, 144pp, hardcover, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013

Nonfiction guide to Victorian London (especially the dirty parts) as penned by Jack Dodger, hero of Pratchett’s 2012 Dodger.
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* Priest, Cherie : Fiddlehead
(UK: Macmillan/Tor UK 978-1447225584, £7.99, 400pp, trade paperback, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780230767881

Steampunk thriller, sixth in a series following Boneshaker (2009, winner of a Locus Award and a Hugo nominee), Clementine (2010, from Subterranean Press), Dreadnought (2010), Ganymede (2011), and The Inexplicables (2012).
• The US edition was published 12 Nov 2013 by Tor.
• The Publishers Weekly review says this is the final book in the series, and concludes, “New readers would benefit from starting at the beginning of the series, but returning fans will be satisfied by the elegant conclusion and will regret that a great series has ended.”

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* Williams, Mazarkis : The Tower Broken
(UK: Quercus/Jo Fletcher 978-1780871486, £18.99, 416pp, hardcover, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 21 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9781780871509
Tower and Knife #3

Fantasy novel, the author’s third novel following The Emperor’s Knife (2011) and Knife-Sworn (2012), set in an empire plagued by a ‘Pattern’, concerning palace schemes to take control once the Pattern affects the Emperor.
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* Wolfe, Gene : The Land Across
(Tor 978-0-7653-3595-1, $25.99, 288pp, hardcover, November 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 26 Nov 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9781466826359

Fantasy novel about an American writer of travel guides who is stranded in an obscure Eastern European country.
• Macmillan’s site has this description with an excerpt.
Publishers Weekly gives it a starred review, which concludes, “Wolfe evokes Kafka, Bradbury, and The Twilight Zone in combining the implausible, creepy, and culturally alien to create a world where every action is motivated by its own internal logic, driving the story forward through the unexplored and incomprehensible.”

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