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Big Chipper
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Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
This may be a way of sharing dates of books coming out in the near future. I'll start with these:

>Dragonslayer by Duncan M. Hamilton - July 2,2019
>Beneath the Twisted Trees (Song of Shattered Sands Book 4) by Bradley P. Beaulieu - July 2, 2019
>Age of Legends (Legends of the First Empire Book 4) by Michael J. Sullivan - July 9, 2019
>Jade War (The Green Bone Saga Book 2) by Fonda Lee - July 23, 2019
>The Wolf's Call by Anthony Ryan - July 23, 2019
>The Dragon Republic (The Poppy War Book 2) by RF Kuang - August 6, 2019
>Darkdawn: Book 3 of the Nevernight Chronicles by Jay Kristoff - September 3, 2019
>A Little Hatred by Joe Abercrombie - September 17, 2019
>The True Bastards (The Lot Lands Book 2) by Jonathan French - October 8, 2019
>The Burning White (Lightbringer Book 5) by Brent Weeks - October 22, 2019
>Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade - November 5, 2019
>Dispel Illusion (Impossible Times Book 3) by Mark Lawrence - November 14, 2019
>Starsight (Skyward Book 2) by Brandon Sanderson - November 26, 2019
>Blood of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder Book 3) by Brian McClellan - December 3, 2019
>The Light of All that Falls (The Licanius Trilogy Book 3) by James Islington - December 10, 2019
>The Shadow Saint (The Black Iron Legacy Book 2) by Gareth Hanrahan - January 7, 2019



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memphis tiger
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re: Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
The Thorn of Emberlain
Winds of Winter



Will be looking forward to these for a a very very long time.


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SLafourche07
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Member since Feb 2008
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re: Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
Winds of Winter
Doors of Stone (Rothfuss)
Dark Age (Pierce Brown)


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auyushu
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re: Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
On your list I'm really looking forward to:
A Little Hatred by Joe Abercrombie
Blood of Empire by Brian McClellan
Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade

I'm sure I'll check out The Wolf's Call, but hopefully it's better than the end of the series it was a sequel to (I'm hoping so since his Draconis Memoria Trilogy was solid). I also need to get around to reading books 2 and 3 of Sullivan's Legends series.

Outside of the Wax and Wayne books I'm pretty much only going to read finished series by Sanderson, he just has too many series going at once for my taste to read ongoing series by him.

Have you read the first two of Lawrence's Impossible Times series Chipper? How are they if so? I love Lawrence, but was holding off till all three were done since they were coming out so fast.


I actually haven't read any of the other people on your list, are they similar in quality to Lawrence/Ryan/Weeks?

Besides never ending wait time stuff like Winds of Winter and Thorn of Emberlain I'm really looking forward to:
The third book of Alec Hutson's The Raveling series (The Crimson Queen) whenever it comes out.
Cradle #7, Uncrowned by Will Wight
Jonathan Renshaw's second wakening book.
The next Dresden Files book whenever it comes out.

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boxcarbarney
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re: Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
Thorn of Emberlain - Scott Lynch: Probably never
Supernova Era - Cixin Liu: October 22
The Hive - Orson Scott Card: Looks like it just came out Tuesday



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Big Chipper
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re: Fantasy/Sci-fi Books you're looking forward to...
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Have you read the first two of Lawrence's Impossible Times series Chipper? How are they if so?

I enjoyed them...both were quick reads. It's sci-fi that takes place in the mid-80's in London. If you have Kindle unlimited, they're free.

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I actually haven't read any of the other people on your list, are they similar in quality to Lawrence/Ryan/Weeks?

Believe it or not, I'd say all of the authors listed with the exception of Hamilton, are really solid.

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I'm sure I'll check out The Wolf's Call, but hopefully it's better than the end of the series it was a sequel to (I'm hoping so since his Draconis Memoria Trilogy was solid).

Same

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I also need to get around to reading books 2 and 3 of Sullivan's Legends series.

They're good.


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