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Recent Additions: Random Reads Posted at 5:52 AM by Dave Post

Dave Post

Black Powder WarAltered CarbonPsycho HouseRama IIThe Third Claw of God

This week I’ve added 20 more books to the WWEnd DB to finish out 13 series.  My thanks to member mkearl who told me about The Temeraire Series by Naomi Novik.  There are now 5 books available (of a projected 9) beginning with 2007 Hugo nominated His Majesty’s Dragon.  Napolean era with dragons!  Thanks also to whargoul for pointing out the missing books from the Takeshi Kovacs SeriesBroken Angels and Woken Furies have been added to 2003 PKD winner Altered Carbon.  Don’t know how I missed the Kovacs series… Altered Carbon is one of my favorites!

Happy reading and keep ’em coming.

2009 BSFA Award Shortlist Posted at 11:07 AM by Dave Post

Dave Post

ArkThe City and The CityLaviniaYellow Blue Tibia

The nominees for the 2009 British Science Fiction Association Award have been announced.  They are:

The winner will be announced at Eastercon, Odyssey 2010 in London.  You can get the entire list of nominees in all categories at the official BSFA web site.  Congrats and good luck to the all four authors, and congrats to Gollancz for grabbing 3 of the 4 spots!

So, has anybody read the nominess?  Which author/book do you think will win in April?  Which do you want to win?

Recent Additions: One’s and Two’s Posted at 11:53 PM by Dave Post

Dave Post

The Word for World is ForestBones of the MoonThe Brothel in RosenstrasseThe WeathermakersWhen Gravity Fails

This week I’ve added 17 new books, mostly one’s and two’s, to finish out 8 series.  The largest addition is Ursula K. LeGuin‘s Hainish Cycle.  I’ve added the 4 volumes that fall between The Dispossessed (1974 Nebula, 1975 Hugo & Locus SF winner and 1975 Campbell nominee) and  The Left Hand of Darkness (1969 Nebula and 1970 Hugo winner).

There are some great books in this new list so check ’em out.

On a side note, I’m running out of series to update.  This is mostly a good thing.  It means I’m almost done and I can move on to some other books.  The bad news is that there are many series that I’m unaware of and I need your help.  If you find any books that you know to be part of a series and we don’t have the series info listed please let me know.  There is an email link in the series dropdown on the novel page that you can use to set us straight.

Happy reading.

2009 Philip K. Dick Award Nominees Posted at 11:56 PM by Dave Post

Dave Post

Bitter AngelsThe PrisonerThe Repossession Mambo

The Devil's AlphabetCyberabad DaysCenturies Ago and Very FastProphets

Karen Hellekson, one of the 2009 PKD jurors, has reported on her blog that the nominees for the 2009 Philip K. Dick Award have been announced.  They are:

First prize and any special citations will be announced on Friday, April 2, 2010 at Norwescon 33 at the Doubletree Seattle Airport Hotel, SeaTac, Washington.

Anderson, Cortes, Garcia and Swann are new authors to WWEnd.  Anybody familiar with these authors or read any of the nominated books?

Recent Additions: Perfect 10 Posted at 6:25 AM by Dave Post

Dave Post

Gardens of the MoonFalling FreeForty Thousand in GehennaStarfishA Shadow in Summer

We’ve got 28 new books for you this week to complete 10 more series. We added 8 new books to The Malazan Book of the Fallen series by Steven Erikson (love the cover art for this series) and 5 volumes to Lois McMaster Bujold‘s Vorkosigan Saga bringing the total to 13 books.  We’ve also got the 4-part Rifters Trilogy from author Peter Watts.  Book 3, Behemoth, is in 2 parts so you get a bonus book if you read it.  The rest are one’s and two’s to finish out.

Happy reading.

Recent Additions: Vampires and Sundry Posted at 11:04 AM by Dave Post

Dave Post

Interview with the VampireBlood BrothersA Princess of RoumaniaLord Valentine's CastleThe Family Trade

Well, the holidays are over and it’s back to work.  This week I’ve added 38 new books to complete 11 different series by 10 authors.  We’ve got a wide variety of new books for you to check out including a whole coven of vampire books: