From the fold of the British Genre Fiction Focus comes the British Genre Fiction Hitlist: your biweekly breakdown of the most notable new releases out of the United Kingdom’s thriving speculative fiction industry.
How the hell can it be September already? Tell you what: if I figure it out first, I’ll let you know. You’d do the same for me, I’m sure.
In the interim, do you like books? You do? Good, because I have a fair few for you to take a look at today, not least exciting new series by Rod Duncan, James Lovegrove, Karen Miller and Tom Fletcher; several standalones, like The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell—longlisted of late for the Man Booker Prize; and stay tuned, too, for a couple of conclusions: of Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach series and Tad Williams’ Bobby Dollar novels.
This edition of the Hitlist also features new books by Angus Watson, Benedict Jacka, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, Charlie Higson, Malinda Lo, Drew Karpyshyn, Robert Aickman, Mercedes Lackey, Terry Pratchett, Gary Gibson, Richard Kadrey, Sarah J. Maas, Brian Herbert, Daniel H. Wilson, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Kate Mosse and Rachel Urquhart.