2015 is already off to a crazy start, as far as science fiction and fantasy books are concerned. And your to-read pile is about to get much bigger. February brings new Neil Gaiman, Kelly Link, Claire North and Joe Abercrombie. Plus tons more. Here are 23 books you can't afford to miss in February!
The best days of science fiction and fantasy books aren't in the past — they're still arriving. Every month, new books come out that pack a hell of a whallop. Just check out our list of the 23 new books that you absolutely must not miss in May.
The final installment in Neal Asher's fantastic Owner trilogy is coming out in the United States soon — but you don't have to wait to get your first taste of the action. We've got an exclusive excerpt right here.
Summer movie season is pretty much over — but books are just getting started. This month's books include bracing space opera, poignant magical realism, dark subversive futures, epic fantasy. And most of all, lots and lots of mind-blowing action. Here are all the books you can't afford to sleep on in August.
Is the publishing industry trying to kill us all? There are so many must-read books coming in February that you may not have time to sleep, or socialize, or possibly go to your job to afford more books. This month's haul includes Kelly Link and Peter Beagle writing superhero tales, Neal Asher's brand new dystopian…
Neal Asher just signed another five-book contract with Macmillan/Tor, which means more thrilling adventures in the Polity universe. But it also means more bitchin covers by artist Jon Sullivan. Check out some of the most glorious covers so far.
Neal Asher's latest novel, Shadow of the Scorpion, is an insane, sexy war story full of giant explosions on alien worlds. It's also a well-plotted exploration of the way violence destroys everything, even memory.
Acclaimed author Neal Asher talks about his writing habits and how he develops stories, in a new video interview. He has a ferocious work ethic: he aims to write 2,000 words a day and 10,000 words a week, and approaches writing just like any other job. (As he says on his website, "I’ve been an engineer, barman, skip…