Jun 23
2017

Bishop, Lee, and Wells on Amazon’s Best SFF of 2017 so far

Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop, Raven Stratagem by Yoon Ha Lee, and All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries 1) by Martha Wells are all included on Amazon’s Best science fiction and fantasy of 2017 so far list!

May 8
2017

Marked in Flesh has won a RT Award!

Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop has won the 2016 RT Reviewers’ Choice Award for Urban Fantasy!

Mar 20
2017

Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop is a NYT and USA Today bestseller!

Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop, the fifth book in her acclaimed Others series, has debuted on the New York Times fiction bestsellers lists at #15 on the hardcover list and #13 on the print & ebook combined list! It has also debuted at #18 on the USA Today bestsellers list!

Mar 7
2017

Etched in Bone is a B&N Bookseller’s Pick for March

Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop is a B&N Bookseller’s Pick for March!

“The last book of the Others ends one of the most intriguing urban fantasy series ever written. It picks up in the wake of the events of Marked in Flesh, in which the Humans First and Last movement rose up, forcing the Others to deal with them. The Others are understandably dubious about allowing humans into their realm after all that trouble, and are keeping a close eye on the folks living in the Courtyard–­especially Meg Corbyn and her human friends. One final time (at least until the announced spin-off series), Bishop proves she is a master at carefully setting the scene before tearing it to shreds and throwing everything into delightful chaos: when a mysterious, powerful man arrives in the Courtyard, everyone knows the Others are watching to see how Meg and Simon Wolfgard deal with him. (We vote “teeth and claws,” but maybe cooler heads will prevail.)” — B&N SF&F Blog

Feb 15
2017

Etched in Bone is a RT Book Reviews Top Pick!

Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

“Bishop’s Novel of the Others series has truly been one of the most original and phenomenal UF series out there, so this fifth book is a bit bittersweet. While Bishop’s worldbuilding is second to none, it has been the characters and their relationships that elevate these stories into masterpieces. It appears that this will be the final Simon and Meg book (at least for now), since in her next book Bishop will turn to new characters in a different part of Thaisia. Bottom line, this is once again an epically amazing and thrilling story, but I really hope Bishop returns to continue Simon and Meg’s unforgettable journey because this didn’t feel like a finale.” — RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars, Top Pick!

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