The new paperback edition of Jim Butcher’s SKIN GAME, the fifteenth Dresden Files novel, made the New York Times mass market paperback fiction bestsellers list for a second week, this time at #20!
Jim Butcher’s SKIN GAME paperback on the NYT list again
AudioFile on the audio version of The Last Plane to Heaven by Jay Lake
The audio edition of Last Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection by Jay Lake has received an Earphones Award (and a great review) from AudioFile Magazine.
“Fans of sci-fi writer Jay Lake will feast on this diverse selection of stories performed by an acclaimed group of narrators. Whether one likes aliens, marvels at how Katherine Kellgren can transform any work into a masterpiece, appreciates angels, or can’t wait for an opportunity to listen to Kellgren’s colleagues, Robin Miles, Victor Bevine, and Jay Snyder, this production thoroughly satisfying. Lake’s talents, on display in this posthumous work, benefit from the divergent styles and panache of the narrators. Kellgren’s delivery is flawless, while Miles’s is understated. Snyder’s and Bevine’s deliveries and intensity are equally impressive. This audiobook is a delight not only for Lake’s enthusiasts but also for anyone who appreciates the genre.” — AudioFile Magazine
Paperback edition of Jim Butcher’s SKIN GAME is a NYT bestseller!
The new paperback edition of Jim Butcher’s SKIN GAME, the fifteenth Dresden Files novel, has debuted on the New York Times mass market paperback fiction bestsellers list at #12!
Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop is a NYT and USA Today bestseller!
Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop, the third book in her acclaimed Others series, has debuted on the New York Times hardcover fiction bestsellers list at #16 (and #20 on their ebook bestsellers list), and is also #40 on the USA Today bestsellers list!
Booklist starred review for I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest
I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest
“May and Libby came up with Princess X, a katana-wielding cartoon girl with a crown and red Chucks, on the day they met in fifth grade, and for the next several years of their friendship, they wrote enough stories about her to fill a closet. But then Libby and her mother die in a car accident, and May tries to move on with her life, but she can’t shake the feeling that not everything adds up about Libby’s death. Three years later, May notices a faded vinyl sticker that is unmistakably Princess X. Then she discovers a webcomic about her, which includes characters that look alarmingly like Libby and May, and clues that only May can decipher. With the help of her tech-savvy neighbor, Trick, May looks all over (and under) Seattle to uncover the truth about her best friend. Interspersed with Ciesemier’s webcomic-style illustrations, Priest’s YA debut is an engrossing cyberthriller packed with a puzzling mystery, crackerjack detective work, and an eerie, atmospheric sense of place. The unembellished style is a perfect match for the noir-lite tone, and May and Trick, whose banter crackles with energy, rival any team of gumshoes out there. Teens who roll their eyes at adults out of touch with Internet culture will eat this up.” — Booklist, Starred Review