This month’s secret sister package was full of fun and yum! I’m excited to read a book with such a colorful cover. Chocolate is always great. And I’m not sure if you can see it in my terrible photo, but the shot glass features Haku and Chihiro from Complexwish. So awesome!
OK, I really have to take a break from Book Outlet because this is getting ridiculous! And my budget is shot, so here’s my last spread from them. At least for a little while.
This small art book was another Kickstarter from Ari Mulch, a local art student.
I volunteered to help promote this book because the cover is fantastic and the summary sounds like something I would pick up. Unfortunately, I haven’t read the first two books in this series, but hope to in the near future! What do you think?
So I just realized that I never posted about the upcoming SFF books that published in March! There goes my plan to extol their amazing-ness before publication. But better late than never! Plus, I’ve already scheduled my April releases post. Now on to the books 🙂
Paperback, 176 pages
Expected publication: March 13th 2018 by Tor.com
This one looks really cool! And I really haven’t heard very much about it! Which is a shame, so I’m giving it a shout-out today. If the cover isn’t enough to intrigue you, then check out the summary below. I’m definitely looking forward to this crazy little time traveling, eco-disaster story.
Experience this far-reaching, mind-bending science fiction adventure that uses time travel to merge climate fiction with historical fantasy. From Kelly Robson, Aurora Award winner, Campbell, Nebula, and Theodore Sturgeon finalist, and author of Waters of Versailles.
Discover a shifting history of adventure as humanity clashes over whether to repair their ruined planet or luxuriate in a less tainted pass.
In 2267, Earth has just begun to recover from worldwide ecological disasters. Minh is part of the generation that first moved back up to the surface of the Earth from the underground hells, to reclaim humanity’s ancestral habitat. She’s spent her entire life restoring river ecosystems, but lately the kind of long-term restoration projects Minh works on have been stalled due to the invention of time travel. When she gets the opportunity take a team to 2000 BC to survey the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, she jumps at the chance to uncover the secrets of the shadowy think tank that controls time travel technology.