2018 has been one hell of a year, and believe it or not (you should – trust us, stare into our visor, you will believe – that’s right, now you believe) 2019 is shaping up to be even better! In this last stretch before the new year you need something to look forward to. We give you Incoming! An Angry Robot 2019 Sampler, featuring the first three chapters of six
The Fallen - Ada Hoffmann
The Coward - Stephen Aryan
Richards & Klein - Guy Haley
Within Without - Jeff Noon
The Worldbreaker Saga Omnibus - Kameron Hurley
The Alien Stars and Other Novellas - Tim Pratt
Composite Creatures - Caroline Hardaker
The Second Bell - Gabriela Houston
The Moonsteel Crown - Stephen Deas
Doors of Sleep - Tim Pratt
It’s always an auspicious day when we can share news about Kameron Hurley, and today is one of those days, as we show off the new UK cover for The Light Brigade, which we’re publishing on this tiny, green isle.
The novel, which is being published by Saga Press in the US, will be hitting shelves on April 2, 2019.
Here’s the synopsis:
The corporate corps transform their soldiers into light to travel between interplanetary battlegrounds. Most grunts make it in one piece, though some don’t, and others come back… different. Fresh infantry recruit, Dietz, is keen to
It’s here! The cover for Anna Kashina’s newest novel, Shadowblade, has arrived and let us tell you, it is GORGEOUS.
Shadowblade – the first in a new series from Prism Award-winning Anna – is a fantasy romance which reminds us that swords are sexy and court intrigue captivating. Here’s the synopsis:
Naia dreams of becoming a Jaihar Blademaster, but after assaulting a teacher, her future seems ruined. The timely intervention of a powerful stranger suddenly elevates her into elite Upper Grounds training. She has no idea that the stranger is Dal Gassan, head of the Daljeer Circle. Seventeen years
Another day, another beautiful cover to show off.
A few months ago we read a novel. A cold war novel, set in another galaxy, with snarky characters and a plot like you wouldn’t believe. This book, this excellent book, was Dan Moren‘s The Bayern Agenda. Needless to say we purchased it, and it will be hitting all good bookshelves in March 2019.
Here’s the synopsis:
Simon Kovalic, top intelligence operative for the Commonwealth of Independent Systems, is on the frontline of the burgeoning Cold War with the aggressive Illyrican Empire. He barely escapes his latest mission with a broken
The most zany, heartwarming and fun series is back, with Amber Royer‘s Pure Chocolate!
We’re so excited for you to read all about the continuing adventures of Bo Benitez and her friends, as they cross the galaxy encountering terrifying aliens and fighting bad guys, when the book hits shelves in March 2019. Seems such a long wait, doesn’t it? Well, fret not, as today we’ve got the beautiful cover to show off, created by the brilliantly talented Heri Irawan.
Here we go:
Good news, friends! We’ve got a new novel heading your way.
Angry Robot will be releasing the incredible The Resurrectionist of Caligo in June 2019, written by author duo Wendy Trimboli and Alicia Zaloga.
The novel is an absolute gem of a read, full of Victoriana, murder, intrigue and one of the coolest magic systems we’ve seen for years!
Here’s the synposis:
Well, we’ve got some brilliant news for Czech-based fans of weird Lovecraftian horror and ‘big idea’ sci-fi: Ada Hoffmann‘s The Outside will be published in the Czech Republic!
The deal was made with publisher Triton to bring Ada’s The Outside to fans, who can expect to see a Czech version in the novel within 18 months.
We dropped Ada a line to let her know the news, who said: “I’m
Overthrowing the tyrannical Tathadann government should have been cause for celebration. But as Eitan City announces its independence, soldiers from the northern province of Vårgmannskjør storm the ceremony and annex the city. The cruelties of the Tathadann soon pale beside the new occupiers’ atrocities.
Haven’t checked out the sequel to Joseph Brassey’s deliriously joyous fantasy, Skyfarer yet? It’s time for Dragon Road – join the portal-mages in the sky for the first three chapters of the book for free!
When portal-mage Harkon Bright and his apprentice are asked to help select a new captain for the immense skyship Iseult, they quickly find themselves embroiled in its Machiavellian officer’s court. Meanwhile, their new recruit, Elias,
The world is still in the grip of the International Patent Office, but might that iron grasp be slipping? Get started on book one of the Map of Unknown Things, before book two, The Outlaw & the Upstart King arrives in January. We present you with the first three chapters of Rod Duncan’s fantastic novel, The Queen of All Crows.
The year is 2012
We’ve got a brand new cover reveal for you all!
You’ve hopefully already picked up Cameron Johnston’s brilliantly wrought grimdark The Traitor God, which we released this past June. Hot on its heels comes the sequel, God of Broken Things, which will be hitting shelves in June 2019 and which now has a flipping badass cover for you all to feast your eyes on.
Here’s the synopsis:
Tyrant magus Edrin Walker destroyed the monster sent by the Skallgrim, but not before it laid waste to Setharis, and infested their magical elite with mind-controlling parasites. Edrin’s own Gift
SupaNova is Australia’s biggest comic con, and special guests include Ian Somerhalder, Dean Cain, John Barrowman and Christina Ricci.
Amanda will be chatting to fans and signing both The Subjugate and her Aurora series throughout the weekend, and taking part in three panels, which you can see
Today all the little Robots are tilting their heads under Respectful Sadness Setting 004, as they digest the following webcast from AR headquarters:
Marc Gascoigne, founder and publisher of Angry Robot Books, has announced that he will be leaving the imprint at the end of the year. “After more than ten years building AR up into a popular, worldwide sci-fi imprint, it’s time for a new challenge.
“Extraordinary world-building, with a hardcore, violent poetry to the writing. Jaine Fenn continues to be a star of new fantasy.”
– Paul Cornell, author of the Lychford novellas
Rhia Harlyn is a noble in Shen, one of the dozens of shadowlands
“I’m absolutely in love with this book. I love the characters, I love the connection of the plot to the plot of the previous book, I love the DEVELOPMENT. 15/10 would reread a thousand times and none of you can stop me.” – Litcast of Doom