Mar 12
2018

Locus on Artificial Condition

Artificial Condition by Martha Wells

“It’s always a treat to read a Martha Wells story, and it turns out that her Murderbot Diaries are an especial delight… Artificial Condition is a story that balances its disparate elements with exceptional skill. It’s perfectly paced, and Wells brings both a strong sense of humour and deep pathos to Murderbot’s character and to their voice. Murderbot, for all their insistence that they’re not really a person, is a very human sort of bot.” — Locus

Mar 9
2018

The Prey of Gods is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award!

Congratulations to Nicky Drayden on The Prey of Gods being a finalist for the 30th Annual Lambda Literary Award in the LGBTQ SF/F/Horror category!

Mar 7
2018

Lake Silence is a RT Book Reviews Top Pick!

Lake Silence by Anne Bishop

“Although award-winning Bishop’s amazing new UF book is not about beloved characters Meg and Simon, it is thankfully still set in the world of the Others. Bishop moves the action and story to a tiny village adjacent to Lake Silence. The richness of the world that Bishop has created is truly impressive, and the perspectives of the Others, including their view on humanity, makes these stories unique and unforgettable. While this reviewer is still hoping for additional Meg and Simon books, visiting Sproing and is fascinating inhabitants is also habit-forming! Bishop delivers again!” — RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars, Top Pick!

Mar 5
2018

The Prey of Gods nominated for the 2018 Compton Crook Award!

Congratulations to Nicky Drayden on The Prey of Gods being nominated for the 2018 Compton Crook Award!

Mar 3
2018

Booklist on Lake Silence

Lake Silence by Anne Bishop

“Bishop’s newest installment in the bestselling Others series (after Etched in Bone, 2017) is nothing short of nail-biting fun…One human bridging the gap with the Others is Vicki DeVine, a strong but battered woman who received a rustic resort near Lake Silence in a recent divorce settlement from her abusive ex-husband. Vicki restores the resort, and her business provides a safe haven for the Others and humans to learn about one another on neutral ground. But when Vicki’s ex and his cronies set a dangerous plot in motion to take back the resort, the humans quickly realize that the Others are in control—and will go to any lengths to remove the human threat. What follows is a fast-paced story unfolding against a fantasy backdrop that readers looking for a little bit of mystery to unravel will enjoy.” — Booklist

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