Ahoy here, Robot fans!
Today we have a
It’s here. Oh my GOODNESS, it’s here!
The Body Library continues the adventures of John Nyquist – who we first met in last August’s A Man of Shadows – as he enters a city where stories take on a life of their own.
Here’s the synopsis:
In a city where words come to life and reality is infected by stories, private eye John Nyquist wakes up in a
Here’s the synopsis:
Below the neon skies of Dayzone – where the lights never go out, and night has been banished – lowly private eye John Nyquist takes on a teenage runaway case. His quest takes him from Dayzone into the permanent dark of Nocturna.
As the vicious, seemingly
It seems our sacrifices haven’t gone unnoticed as we have found our books placed in a whole load of ‘best of 2016’ lists, which has, quite honestly, made out 2017 thus far.
We’d like to say a
Exciting news, fans of cogs and clocks and all things steam!
K W Jeter – the father of steampunk who coined the term 30 years ago – is back, with a brand new novel and re-releases of the earlier books in his genre-defining George Dower series.
To celebrate the anniversary Angry Robot will be re-releasing Infernal Devices this coming February, with a re-release of second-in-series Fiendish Schemes arriving in April. This is the first time that Fiendish Schemes will be released outside of the US/Canada, so be ready, UK/Commonwealth fans! Finally, we’ll be publishing K W’s brand new novel, Grim Expectations,
Welcome, welcome Robot minions!
Come, sit, drink a tea and check out the absolutely badass updated (and one new) covers we have for Madeline Ashby’s Machine Dynasty series. Each of these fine pieces of art can be credited to Martin Bland AKA Spyroteknik.
‘But why the updates?’, you ask. Well, we’re reissuing the first two books in mass market format (US/Can) at the start of 2017 and then in May Rev, the third title in the series will be hitting shelves.
The novel is due out October 4 (US/Can) / October 6 (UK/R.o.W) but head over to the Tor.com website to read an exclusive excerpt of the first chapter.
The Robots are out and about again, and this weekend we’re making an appearance at CONvergence in Bloomington, MN.
Come along and find us in the Dealer’s Hall, with a stall loaded up with amazing books. As well as selling our own titles we
We absolutely loved Jay Posey‘s Legends of the Duskwalker series, so when he came to us with an outline for a second series, set out in space…we just had to say yes.
The first, which describes the liberation of the Japanese internment camp can be found over on Tor.com.
The second, over at the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog is an introduction to one of the main characters, Beniko Ishimura.
Here’s what a few people have been saying about
We’re super, super excited to announce that this summer we’ll be reissuing Lavie Tidhar‘s The Bookman trilogy, which comprises of The Bookman (June), Camera Obscura (July) and The Great Game (August).
Of course, a reissue means that we get to have some fun with new covers, and fun we had! The three new covers were designed by the fabulous Sarah Anne Langton. To read what Sarah has to say about the creative process behind the cover images, take a look at her great blog post for Tor.com here.
Here’s a little sneak peek of the covers. If you click on
Will Staehle has done it again! The cover artist for Rod Duncan‘s The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter and Unseemly Science – the first two books in the Fall of The Gas-Lit Empire series – has excelled himself with the cover for the third book, The Custodian of Marvels. And oh, it’s sumptuous.
Continuing from the events in Unseemly Science, The Custodian of Marvels sees Elizabeth persuaded by a circus acquaintance to attempt a heist
We know, we know, it’s a long wait for something that you know will be amazing. But don’t worry, we’ve been kind and spoken to those fabulous folk over at Tor.com, who were happy to host an exclusive excerpt of the prologue and first chapter
This week it’s WorldCon/Sasquan, and a whole heap of our authors are in attendance including Ramez Naam, Kameron Hurley, Wesley Chu, Adam Rakunas, Alyc Helms, Carrie Patel and Megan E. O’Keefe. If you’d like to check when and where they will be appearing make sure to take a look at our Sasquan round up.
Reviews for our September and October books are coming in thick and fast at the moment, and here are a few choice quotes:
“Steinmetz has done a wonderful job of blending superb battles between the ‘mancers and mundanes,
Head over to Tor.com for your chance to win 1 of 5 prize packs, containing our first 5 published books! Here’s the link to Tor.com’s sweepstakes and be sure to join in the #AngryRobot5 conversation on Twitter to share your favourite Angry Robot moments, books, and of course, authors! Don’t forget to check our Marc’s blog post on the last 5 years at Angry Robot, and for your chance to win a copy of Matt Forbeck‘s Carpathia.