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New Procurements

This past weekend I went through my stacks and donated more than 70 books to the local library. But does the fact that I am always running out of space stop books from showing up? Not in the Hatter household. Starting this weeks' newest additions is the slipcase version of American Science Fiction: Nine Classic Novels of the 1950s edited by Gary K. Wolfe that I pre-ordered months ago. It is a beautiful package all around. Even with bound-in ribbon bookmarks!


Of the nine novels I only own the Bester. Here's the content's:
Frederik Pohl & C. M. Kornbluth / The Space Merchants
Theodore Sturgeon / More Than Human
Leigh Brackett / The Long Tomorrow
Richard Matheson / The Shrinking Man
Robert Heinlein / Double Star
Alfred Bester / The Stars My Destination
James Blish / A Case of Conscience
Algis Budrys / Who?
Fritz Leiber / The Big Time


I also finally bought Caliban's War as I feel a Sci-Fi kick coming on. I missed out on Libba Bray's The Diviners at Book Expo this year despite several attempts at nabbing a copy so when I finally spotted it at a bookstore I had to buy it.


In the review copy department quite a few interesting reads caught my eye. Topping is the next Hap and Leonard novella, Dead Aim, from Joe R. Lansdale's. A couple debuts I've had my eye on showed up: Max Gladstone's Legal Magic Thriller Three Parts Dead and Christopher Bennett's Only Superhuman, featuring enhanced humans in space. Lockhart's second Lovecraft inspired anthology The Book of Cthulhu II looks just as good as the first, which I still have to finish. The Tainted City is Country Shafer's sequel to The Whitefire Crossing, which I missed last year, but I just nabbed it for free from Amazon. Grab it now as it is only free for a short time. Another debut, Ironskin by Tina Connolly closes things out. This might be one my wife will try at first as it is influenced by Jane Eyre.

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4 comments:

Malachi_Constant said...

Hatter,

I'm starting a review blog (www.arkhamdigest.com) which will go live in a few days. I was wondering if I could post a link to your blog in my links section, as I'm quite a fan. I thought it would be proper to ask first, but didn't see a way to e-mail you, so I have to resort to asking in the comments section.

Thanks,
Justin Steele

Mad Hatter Review said...

That's certainly fine. Thank you!

Malachi_Constant said...

As of now the blog is now (a)live!!!!!

Carl V. said...

I have several of the books that are collected in that boxed set but that didn't stop me from putting it on my Christmas list. I love Richard Powers' cover art and would love to have those books.

I bought Caliban's War recently too...this despite the fact that I have yet to read Leviathan Wakes! Still, cool looking books with great reviews. Gotta have 'em.