BookBanter’s Top Ten New Releases for Tuesday, December 6

BookBanter Top Ten

And here are the BookBanter Top Ten New Releases for Tuesday, December 6th with some interesting horror, science fiction and fantasy. Check them out!

 

Thirteen Hallows

 

 

The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott and Colette Freedman

One might consider the term of “hallows” to be dangerous in a book title after the last of the Harry Potter series, but bestselling author Michael Scott isn’t fazed by that. In a new adult novel the question remains whether these hallows things of good or things or evil? This will affect how the Keepers of the Hallows are viewed, and how dangerous this two-thousand-year-old secret might be.

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Earthbound

 

 

Earthbound by Joe Haldeman

After the success of Marsbound and Starbound, Joe Haldeman is back with Earthbound, after the Others have stopped humans from traveling to the stars, Carmen Dula works on coming up with a way to do this using nineteenth-century technology and methods.

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March in Country

 

 

March in Country by E. E. Knight

From bestselling author E. E. Knight comes the next novel of the Vampire Earth, now available in paperback, as it has all come down to the area between Tennessee and the Ohio River. While what’s left of the resistance is hiding out in the Kentucky hills, the Kurian vampires are all set to move in. Major David Valentine knows it’s going to take some great planning and crazy ideas to have any hope of fighting back.

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Mindscan

 

 

Mindscan by Robert J. Sawyer

In a new edition of the hard to get book, Robert J. Sawyer has created a captivating science fiction book that makes the reader ask a lot of important questions. Jake Sullivan has copied his consciousness into an android body, only he finds himself involved in a whole series in new problems as this new “being,” as well as issues with his old “body” causing trouble.

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Bridge of Years

 

 

The Bridge of Years by Robert Charles Wilson

Tom Winter heads off to a secluded cottage in the Pacific Northwest, where he can find peace and deal with the loss and pain in his life. There he finds a doorway to another time — 1963 — only he soon finds that this may be more a hindrance than a sort of miracle in his life.

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Space Merchants

 

 

The Space Merchants by Frederik Pohl and C. M. Kornbluth

The Space Merchants is back in a new and revised edition for the twenty-first century. In this doomed future, the world is severely overpopulated, and multi-national corporations now control the world and are essentially the government. Basic, natural resources are in short supply while advertising agencies tell everyone what they should buy. Mitch Courtenay is challenged to come up with an ad campaign to advertise and get people interested in colonizing Venus.

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Himmler's War

 

 

Himmler’s War by Robert Conroy

Robert Conroy challenges readers to an interesting, thought-provoking alternate history in Himmler’s War, where Hitler is killed shortly after the attack at Normandy, putting Himmler in charge. The allies are undecided whether to seek negotiations with the new government or keep things the same.

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Mecha Corps

 

 

Mecha Corps by Brett Patton

In the depressing and disliked planet of Earth, soldiers are in training for riding and controlling their Mechas. This biomechanicals have a devastating firepower, but they will be necessary to fight back against the pirates of the Corsair Confederacy. What they don’t know is each time they jack in to their mechas, their minds are slowly being changed, the question is to what purpose.

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Eden

 

 

Eden by Tony Monchinski

For anyone looking for a new zombie novel to try out, you might want to pick up a copy of Eden. The Eden of the title is a walled-in fortress in Queens where a former Principal Harris is helping survivors deal with a devastating zombie outbreak in New York City.

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Future Lovecraft

 

 

Future Lovecraft edited by Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula R. Stiles

H. P. Lovecraft is definitely an example of what’s hip and popular right now in the horror world, and in this latest collection of Lovecraft-inspired stories, the key is that they all take place in the future, whether that’s a decade, century or millennia. The anthology features stories from Nick Mamatas, Don Webb, Paul Jessop, Catherine Tobler and A. C. Wise.

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For last week’s BookBanter Top Ten New Releases, click here.