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 Series. Broken 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!
- The Temeraire Series by Naomi Novik
- Takeshi Kovacs Series by Richard K. Morgan
- Psycho Series by Rober Bloch
- Rama Series by Arthur C. Clarke & Gentry Lee
- Abarat by Clive Barker
- Andrea Cort by Adam-Troy Castro
- The Russian Stories by C.J. Cherryh
- The Great Alta Saga by Jane Yolen
- The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson
- Apotheosis by S. Andrew Swann
- The Moties by Larry Niven & Jerry Pournell
- Dream Park by Larry Niven & Steven Barnes
- The State by Larry Niven
Happy reading and keep ‘em coming.
The nominees for the 2009 British Science Fiction Association Award have been announced. They are:
- Ark by Stephen Baxter (Gollancz)
- The City & The City by China Mieville (Macmillan)
- Lavinia by Ursula K. Le Guin (Gollancz)
- Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts (Gollancz)
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?
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).
- Hainish Cycle by Ursula K. LeGuin
- The Answered Prayers Sextet by Jonathan Carroll
- The Von Bek Trilogy by Michael Moorcock
- Chet Kinsman by Ben Bova
- The Finnbranch Trilogy by Paul Hazel
- Marîd Audran Series by George Alec Effinger
- The Godhead Trilogy by James Morrow
- The Legends of Camber of Culdi by Katherine Kurtz
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.
- Bitter Angels by C. L. Anderson (Ballantine Books/Spectra)
- The Prisoner by Carlos J. Cortes (Ballantine Books/Spectra)
- The Repossession Mambo by Eric Garcia (Harper)
- The Devil’s Alphabet by Daryl Gregory (Del Rey)
- Cyberabad Days by Ian Mcdonald (Pyr)
- Centuries Ago and Very Fast by Rebecca Ore (Aqueduct Press)
- Prophets by S. Andrew Swann (DAW Books)
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?
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.
- The Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson
- The Vorkosigan Saga by Lois McMaster Bujold
- The Era of Rapprochement by C. J. Cherryh
- The Rifters Trilogy by Peter Watts
- The Long Price Quartet by Daniel Abraham (schweet covers on these too!)
- The Jump 225 Trilogy by David Louis Edelman
- The Viriconium Sequence by M. John Harrison
- Old Man’s War by John Scalzi
- The Gene Wars by C. J. Cherryh
- Songs of Earth and Power by Greg Bear
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:
- The Vampire Chronicles – Anne Rice
- The Vampire World Trilogy – Brian Lumley
- A Princess of Roumania – Paul Park
- The Starbridge Chronicles – Paul Park
- The Majipoor Cycle – Robert Silverberg
- The Merchant Princes – Charles Stross
- Return to Nevèrÿon – Samuel R. Delany
- The Nova Trilogy – William S. Burroughs
- The Nulapeiron Sequence – John Meaney
- The Saga of Pliocene Exile – Julian May
- The Trigon Disunity – Michael P. Kube-McDowell