Wednesday, March 25, 2009

On the road again

It looks like I have to go on another business trip, so again for the next 4 days my blog will be a little silent. Until we can party again, since next Monday is my birthday, I’ll post my latest arrivals in the mailbox:

- “The Way of Shadows” by Brent Weeks (through the courtesy of Orbit Books);
- “Beyond the Shadows” by Brent Weeks (through the courtesy of Orbit Books);
- “Hater” by David Moody (through the courtesy of Thomas Dunne Books);
- “The Forever War” by Joe Haldeman (through the courtesy of St. Martin’s Press);
- “Consorts of Heaven” by Jaine Fenn (through the courtesy of Gollancz);
- “Lavinia” by Ursula K. Le Guin (through the courtesy of Gollancz);
- “Yellow Blue Tibia” by Adam Roberts (through the courtesy of Gollancz).

Thank you all very much.
See you again next Monday and until then I wish you an amazing week.

9 comments:

http://cititorsf.wordpress.com/ said...

wow! Brent Weeks and Hater, Adam Roberts that i heard recently...WOOt! and Forever war...interesting books...Safe tripping!

kyodnb said...

upsy..sorry about the link :)

calin ne bunu' said...

you lucky bee :)

ediFanoB said...

Safe trip!
My next business trip will be from 6th to 8th of April and goes to Denmark.

The Brent Weeks books are on my shelf. And I'm really interested in YELLOW BLUE TIBIA. Read a lot about this book.

uglybadbear said...

I'm really curious about the Adam Roberts book myself. And that Moody book doesn't sound bad at all either.

Dark Wolf said...

Thank you all very much :)
I am very curious about Adam Roberts' novel too, so this is my next target after Bill Hussey's "The Absence".

Benjamin said...

Lavinia was one of my favorite reads from last year. A very good blend of myth and historical fiction.

Alexander Field said...

The Forever Looks interesting too....looking forward to your reviews of these fine books.. :)

Dark Wolf said...

Benjamin, I always liked Ursula K. Le Guin books :)

Alexander, "The Forever War" looks very interesting indeed. I am very curious about it :)