NEW AND UPCOMING BOOKS

Author Appearances

Eric Scott Fischl at Montana Book Festival

Angry Robot author Eric Scott FischlMontana! Are you heading to the hottest festival in your state, the Montana Book Festival? Well, you should be. Because there, there you will find our most wondrous Eric Scott Fischl, who will be hawking his quack medical opinions, dishing out dubious drinks (unconfirmed) and selling his fine, fine novels – Dr Potter’s Medicine Show and loose sequel TheTrials of Solomon Parker – to all y’all.

Eric will be around on Saturday

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Exclusive Excerpts

Do Your Manners Measure Up? Find Out in a Free Excerpt of The Sisters Mederos

The Sisters Mederos by Patrice SarathPatrice Sarath’s delightful fantasy novel of manners, magic and mayhem, The Sisters Mederos opens its pages to you, dear reader, in this exclusive excerpt of the first three chapters.

House Mederos was once the wealthiest merchant family in Port Saint  Frey. Now the family is disgraced, impoverished, and humbled by the  powerful Merchants Guild. Daughters Yvienne and Tesara Mederos are determined to uncover who was behind their family’s downfall

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Author Appearances

Cameron Johnston at MCM Glasgow

Angry Robot author Cameron JohnstonGlasgow! It’s MCM weekend and we’re sure that you’re all full of excitement and wonder. And we’re going to add to that, by letting you know that Cameron Johnston, author of brilliantly disgusting and wonderful grimdark The Traitor God, will be along for the ride.

Cameron will be taking part in two events with Ken MacLeod on Saturday and otherwise hanging out and taking in the con sights. He looks

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Author Appearances

Jeannette Ng and Lavie Tidhar Guests of Honour at Fantasticon 2018

Fantasy and steampunk lovers of Copenhagen, rejoice!

This weekend we are sending two fine Robots over to your wonderful city, as Guests of Honour at Fantasticon 2018.

Jeannette Ng (Under the Pendulum Sun) and Lavie Tidhar (The Bookman trilogy) will be around and about for the whole weekend, signing, taking part in panels and even holding a hair braiding workshop!

The full program for the weekend can be found here. Tickets are available here. Books will be available for sale at the con.

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Angry Robot

Lost Gods Sequel, plus Translation

Lost Gods by Micah YongoThat’s right you’re hearing us correctly, Micah Yongo‘s superb epic fantasy, Lost Gods, has a sequel! Pale Kings will continue the incredible story of the Five Realms as the gods return to claim their world. The novel will be available for downloading to your ocular nerve endings in April 2019.

If that news wasn’t exciting enough, we’ve got translation news too! Lost Gods is right now being translated into

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Author Appearances

Book Signing: Lauren Teffeau

Implanted by Lauren C Teffeau

Greetings fleshy wights,

We’re releasing our beloved Lauren C Teffeau from her shackles our care this weekend, to attend Page 1 Books in Albuquerque for a DOUBLE BOOK LAUNCH.

Head over to the bookstore for 4PM on Saturday, September 15, for a FREE afternoon of readings, discussion and general sci-fi fun with both Lauren and fellow débutée, and recent Campbell Award-winner, Rebecca Roanhorse

Lauren will be reading from

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

COVER REVEAL: Five Unicorn Flush

Do you remember way back in July when we published T J Berry‘s incredible debut, Space Unicorn Blues? Well, we’re here to tell you that the sequel, Five Unicorn Flush is coming, and it now has a gorgeous, gorgeous new cover. Full metal thanks, as always to cover artist extraordinaire, Lee Gibbons.

Head on over to the full cover reveal on the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog, where you can also read a post from T J on five fantasy worlds that DEFINITELY want to kill you.

The novel will be hitting shelves in May of 2019.

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Book Announcements

We’re Translating A Novel! Introducing The Heart of The Circle

AR author Keren Landsman

Wonderful news, future slaves of the Robotic Empire! We’ve got a new novel coming out!

Well, to be more accurate Keren Landsman‘s got a novel coming out, and The Heart of The Circle is new only to the English-speaking world, as it’s already been published to much acclaim in Keren’s home country of Israel.

The novel, in which sorcerers fight for the right to exist and to love amidst a climate

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Author Appearances, Writers

Cameron Johnston Epic Fantasy Adventures

Angry Robot author Cameron JohnstonIf you fleshy humans haven’t already melted in this heat then, to reward your robot-like survival skills, we have a treat for you! The fantastic  Cameron Johnston, author of The Traitor God will be at Glasgow Waterstones on Argyle Street to talk about fantasy and sign books!

On the 20th September Cameron will appear (possibly out of the ether) alongside Anna Stephens, author of Godblind, and Anna Smith Spark, author of The Court of Broken

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Cover Art

Cover Reveal: James A Moore’s Gates of the Dead

Human chattel, we have a new cover for you to feast your eyes upon. Gaze at the beauty, slaves, and cry with joy at its depth of colour and magnificent lettering.

BUT FIRST!

We should tell you that the cover is for the third novel in James A Moore’s grimdark series The Tides of War, and is entitled Gates of the Dead. It novel will be released in January 2019.

Here’s the synopsis:

Brogan McTyre started a war with the gods, and he’s going to end it. Raging gods have laid waste to the Five Kingdoms. Only Torema remains,

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Awards, Conventions

Angry Robot invades Dragon Con.

The Traitor God by Cameron JohnstonHappy Wednesday fleshlings. It’s time to celebrate because we’ve packed up some authors and shipped them out for a weekend at Dragon Con! 

Atlanta’s premium pop-culture con, covering sci-fi, fantasy, comics, books, film, gaming and so much more, takes place from the 30th August to 3rd September. Throughout the event we’ve got several writers taking

part in panels, signings and readings so go along and say hi! Don’t worry, they’re all very lovely

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Exclusive Excerpts

Traffic data in your blood with a free sample of IMPLANTED by Lauren C Teffeau

Introducing hemocryption, domed cities, mind-melding augmented reality and a political thriller… it’s Implanted by Lauren C Teffeau! Exclusively right here, you can read the first two chapters, and then do the right thing to save humanity. You know what that is. (It’s buying the book.)

We absolutely endorse this level of excitement: “Really well executed and had a super engaging plot line!… AAGGGHHHH THIS BOOK WAS HONESTLY SO GOOD!! I LOVED IT!!” – The Everlasting Library

When college student Emery Driscoll is blackmailed into being a courier for a clandestine organisation, she’s cut off

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Book Announcements

More Robots for the Horde: Dan Moren

AR Author Dan MorenAhoy there, fleshy worm things.

Look to your right. See that guy? That’s Dan. Dan Moren. And he’s the newest Robot to join our illustrious ranks.

Dan has come aboard with his new spyjinx (alas, Dan has already patented the word) sci-fi novel The Bayern Agenda, which will be released in March 2019.

Here’s the synopsis:

Simon Kovalic, top intelligence operative for the Commonwealth of Independent Systems, is on the frontline

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Angry Robot, Book Announcements

New Robot in the Ranks: Darius Hinks

AR Author Darius Hinks

News! New news!

We’ve signed ourselves a new author! And not just any old new author, it’s Gemmell Award-winning author Darius Hinks.

You may know of Darius from his work at Black Library, where he writes novels in the Warhammer universe, including Warrior Priest, which won the aforementioned Morningstar Award.

However, this new novel, The Ingenious, will be Darius’s debut writing within his own IP and goodness, has he written a

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Angry Robot, Fan stuff

Under the Pendulum Sun Reading Group Discussion Notes

Well, after a busy Nine Worlds and a fancy new award, or should we say the Subjective Chaos *Kind of Award*, to her name it’s great to see that Jeannette Ng and Under the Pendulum Sun are still riding high in your hearts.

In fact we’re delighted to announce that, due to popular demand, we’ve created an Under the Pendulum Sun reading group discussion guide. Including questions such as ‘how would you categorise the book in terms of genre’ and ‘in what way does Arcadia reflect our own society?’ the guide is a wonderful accompaniment for any reading group that

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