The Life of the World to Come by Kage Baker. Tor hb.
A new Company novel from her new publisher Tor, who should be reissuing the earlier four books over the next year.
The Algebraist by Iain M. Banks. Orbit hb.
Stand alone sf novel not part of his culture sequence.
Gaudeamus by John Barnes. Tor hb.
Playful sf adventure of an internet meme.
The Etched City by K. J. Bishop. Bantam Spectra tpb.
Ambitious first fantasy that was a finalist for the World Fantasy Award this year.
Banewreaker by Jacqueline Carey. Tor hb.
Start of a new series from the author of the amazing Kushiel Trilogy. Dark.
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke. Bloomsbury hb.
Brilliant debut historical fantasy from the wife of Colin Greenland. Far and away the best fantasy of the year. Alas only reprints available.
Treason Keep by Jennifer Fallon. Tor hb.
Sequel to last year's excellent Medallon. Australia keeps turning out fine YA fantasy writers.
Reflex by Steven Gould. Tor hb.
Sequel to his award winning first novel, Jumper.
Men and Cartoons: Stories by Jonathan Lethem. Doubleday hb.
New collection from this National Book Prize Award winning author.
Polaris by Jack McDevitt. Ace hb.
A return to the characters of his A Talent For War.
The Stupidist Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror by Christopher Moore. Morrow hb.
Companion to the brilliant: Lamb. A quite underappreciated satirist.
Starfist: A World of Hurt by David Sherman and Dan Cragg. Ace hb.
Marines still protecting the weak in the 21st Century. One of the better military sf series.
The System of the World by Neal Stephenson. Morrow hb.
Book 3 of his Baroque Cycle, itself a prequel to Cryptonomicon. Intricate and complex but worth the effort.
The Family Trade by Charles Stross. Tor hb.
Tastes like fantasy, but really a fun parallel worlds adventure a la Farmer or Piper.
Lurulu by Jack Vance. Tor hb.
Sequel to: Ports of Call. No one does picaresque travelogues like Vance.
The Book of Ballads by Charles Vess. Tor hb.
Heavily illistrated adaptations of "Childe Ballads" by Emma Bull, Charles De Lint, Neil Gaiman, Sharyn McCrumb, Jane Yolen etc. Excellent discography of the recorded versions of the ballads.
The Shadow of Saganami by David Weber. Baen hb.
Start of a new sub-series set in the Honor Harrington universe.
Shadowmarch by Tad Williams. DAW hb.
Start of a new epic fantasy series.
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