What’s new in March

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March is a big month for releases in the galaxy far, far away, the realms forgotten, and the clanking, rusty ‘verse of the Angry Robot.  Let’s have some specifics.

First, in the Star Wars line we have Apocalypse, the final title in the Fate of the Jedi series, penned by friend and colleague Troy Denning.  This is going to be great.  From the back matter:

In the stunning finale of the epic Fate of the Jedi series, Jedi and Sith face off—with Coruscant as their battlefield. For the Sith, it’s the chance to restore their dominance over the galaxy that forgot them for so long. For Abeloth, it’s a giant step in her quest to conquer all life everywhere. For Luke Skywalker, it’s a call to arms to eradicate the Sith and their monstrous new master once and for all.

In a planetwide strike, teams of Jedi Knights take the Sith infiltrators by swift and lethal surprise. But victory against the cunning and savage Abeloth, and the terrifying endgame she has planned, is anything but certain. And as Luke, Ben, Han, Leia, Jaina, Jag, and their allies close in, the devastating truth about the dark side incarnate will be exposed—and send shock waves through the Jedi Order, the galaxy, and the Force itself.

Then, from Angry Robot Books, we have the debut novel from Chris F. Holm, Dead Harvest , which has an extraordinarily intriguing premise.  From the back matter:

Meet Sam Thornton, Collector of Souls.

Sam’s job is to collect the souls of the damned, and ensure their souls are dispatched to the appropriate destination.

But when he’s dispatched to collect the soul of a young woman he believes to be innocent of the horrific crime that’s doomed her to Hell, he says something no Collector has ever said before.

“No.”

 

 

And finally, in the Forgotten Realms, we have Venom in Her Veins, by Tim Pratt.  From the back matter:

Child of prophecy? Harbinger of Doom

Zaltys is a girl like any other to grow up ranging thejungles of the Southern Lluirwood. She’s a crack shot with a bow and no stranger to the dangers that lurk beneath the deep forest canopy.

On expedition with her family to harvest the forbidden terazul flower, a powerful drug that has gathered many a dreamer into its narcotic embrace, Zaltys is about to unearth a truth long buried by the feculent loam of deception.

As the veil is lifted on the world Zaltys thought she knew, a pathway to the Underdark promises the answers her family never gave. Venturing forth in search of truth, Zaltys finds betrayal to be a much easier quarry. But it will take more than a lode of lies to quell the venom in her veins.

Good reading!

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2 Comments

  1. Woah, Dead Harvest sounds interesting. The Grim Reaper with a conscience reminds me of Death in Terry Pratchet’s books.

  2. I always liked what Troy did with Dark Sun.

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