* Dayton, Arwen Elys : Disruptor
(Random House 978-0-385-74411-9, $18.99, 368pp, hardcover, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 7 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780385378598
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 9780804167673
Seeker #3

Young adult fantasy novel, final book in a trilogy following Seeker (2015) and Traveler (2016), about three teenagers from a Scottish estate who travel through space and time.
• Penguin Random House’s site has this description with an excerpt.
Publishers Weekly said of the first book, “Worldbuilding can be sketchy, but Dayton excels at creating memorable characters, among them Maud, the ‘Young Dread,’ an ageless child whose mysterious clan is linked to the Seekers.”

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* Dornbusch, Betsy : Enemy
(Skyhorse/Night Shade Books 978-1-59780-864-4, $25.99, 308pp, hardcover, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Seven Eyes #3

Fantasy novel, third in a series following Exile (2013) and Emissary (2015), about a man banished from his kingdom after being falsely condemned for the murder of his wife.
• Night Shade’s site has this description.
• The Publishers Weekly review concludes, “Adventurous swordsmanship, derring-do, and relentless dodging from onslaughts flow satisfactorily from page to page, but those who haven’t read the previous volumes will find this one confusing in the extreme.”

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* Eames, Nicholas : Kings of the Wyld
(Orbit 978-0-316-36247-4, $14.99, 544pp, trade paperback, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780316362467
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 9781478915355
The Band #1

Fantasy novel, first in a series and the author’s first novel, about a band of mercenaries.
• Hachette’s site has this description.
Publishers Weekly gives this a starred review: “The world is rich and exciting, with every classic fantasy monster on hand and a few delightfully horrifying new ones. Moreover, the plot is emotionally rewarding, original, and hilarious, and boasts a satisfying conclusion while leaving room for future books. Eames clearly set out to write something fun to read, and he has succeeded spectacularly.”

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* Elison, Meg : The Book of Etta
(47North 978-1-5039-4182-3, $14.95, 314pp, trade paperback, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: B01JOEK5Y8
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 978-1536614275
The Road to Nowhere #2

Post-apocalypse novel, sequel to the author’s Philip K. Dick award winner The Book of the Unnamed Midwife (2014), about a woman in a world where women are scarce making a difficult journey.
• Amazon’s page has a description and “Look Inside” previews.
Publishers Weekly gives it a starred review: “Elison continues to startle her readers with unexpected gender permutations and fascinating relationships worked out in front of a convincingly detailed landscape.”

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* Hogan, Ruth : The Keeper of Lost Things
(HarperCollins/Morrow 978-0062473530, $26.99, 288pp, hardcover, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780062473578
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 9780062660541

Contemporary fantasy novel, the author’s first novel, about a man who collects lost things, in honor of his late fiancée, whose keepsake he lost.
• HarperCollins’ site has this description.

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* Lyons, Susan W. : Time’s Oldest Daughter
(Aqueduct Press 978-1-61976-105-6, $18, 248pp, trade paperback, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Mon 20 Feb 2017

Religious/mythical fantasy novel about God, Satan, Sin, and Death.
• Aqueduct’s site has this description.
• Faren Miller reviews it in the February issue of Locus Magazine: ” This Divine Comedy can be genuinely comic (raucous and vulgar, with a great cast of caricatures) yet manages to slip both wise and touching moments into its sly insights about life, the universe, et cetera.”

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* Schwab, V. E. : A Conjuring of Light
(Tor 978-0765387462, $25.99, 624pp, hardcover, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780765387486
Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 9781427288509
Shades of Magic #3

Fantasy novel, third in a series following A Darker Shade of Magic (2015) and A Gathering of Shadows (2016), about a magical Traveler who can move among a series of alternate Londons.
• Macmillan’s site has this description.
Publishers Weekly gave the previous book a starred review: “Tensions rise steadily, culminating with the exciting Element Games, and the finale will leave readers breathless. This is how fantasy should be done.”

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* Sharp, Chris : Cold Counsel
(Tor.com 978-0-7653-9329-6, $21.99, 272pp, trade paperback, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 21 Feb 2017
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-0-7653-9328-9

Fantasy novel about a troll warrior trying to reclaim a mountain from goblin clans.
• Macmillan’s site has this description.
• The Publishers Weekly review comments, “There are fun moments in this human-free, Norse-inspired fantasy, primarily those involving Dingle, Neither- Nor, and the canine Wolf King, Luther.”

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* Tolkin, Michael : NK3
(Atlantic Monthly 978-0-8021-2543-9, $25, 320pp, hardcover, February 2017)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 7 Feb 2017

Post-apocalypse novel about survivors in Los Angeles of a global microbe that has erased humanity’s memories.
• Grove Atlantic’s site has this description with an excerpt.
• The Publishers Weekly review concludes, “In his novels and screenplays, Tolkin has always exhibited a downbeat view of humanity, which is reinforced here in his bleak vision of the apocalypse, surely the most idiosyncratic since Ben Marcus’s The Flame Alphabet.”

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