Tuesday, September 30, 2008

In the mailbox

Here are my recently received books. Thank you all very much for the amiability and for the review copies :)

- "The Warded Man" by Peter V. Brett (through the courtesy of Peter V. Brett);
- "A Darkness Forged in Fire" by Chris Evans (through the courtesy of Simon & Schuster UK);
- "American Quest" by Sienna Skyy (through the courtesy of Joan Schulhafer and The Story Plant);
- "The Secret History of Moscow" by Ekaterina Sedia (through the courtesy of Ekaterina Sedia);
- "The Alchemy of Stone" by Ekaterina Sedia (through the courtesy of Ekaterina Sedia);
- "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2008" edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link & Gavin J. Grant (through the courtesy of Ellen Datlow and St. Martin's Press).

8 comments:

kyodnb said...

uuuu, the "Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2008" that`s a nice book...i hope in the near future to put my hands on the first volum published in our country from Nemira...
the rest of the authors are unknown to me and i must apologies for that...:)

Dark Wolf said...

I bought that one from Nemira. Now Miss Datlow was very kind and helped me obtain a review copy of this one.
You don't have to apologize, they all are debutants and these are their debut titles. Ekaterina Sedia's debut is "The Secret History of Moscow", followed by "The Alchemy of Stone".

bear said...

ekaterina sedia is on my must read list since last year :)

Hagelrat said...

I hate you. sorry that was the jealousy speaking.
I love the use of Debutant for authors, it always makes me think of them in white dresses with book corsages being introduced to bookish society. Ok I need to get out more. Not a shock.

bear said...

great image, hagelrat :)

Dark Wolf said...

Bear, I heard only good things about Ekaterina Sedia's novels :)

Hagelrat, I hope that the bookish society serves some coffee :) I really like coffee, too ;)

Hagelrat said...

of course, that's why bookshops all have coffee shops in them now because books and coffee go together to create bliss!

Dark Wolf said...

You are in luck than ;)
In Romania we don't have coffee shops near the bookshops :D