September 2015: New Releases in SFF to be excited about

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September has quite a few books to look out for in Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Here’s a few of the highlights:


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The Shepherd’s Crown

Terry Prachett

September 1st, 2015





The last Discworld novel. Fans everywhere are awaiting this with tears in their eyes. Rest in Peace, Sir Terry.



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Sorcerer to the Crown

Zen Cho

September 1st, 2015





This novel is Cho’s debut, and has folks abuzz with interest. Definitely one I’ll check out. The story looks to be in the spirit of Johnathan Strange and Mr Norrell, a book about the state of English magic, and stuffy old men thinking the upstart freed slave Zacharias Wythe entirely inappropriate as the Crown Sorcerer. Especially as he seeks to bring women into their society.




Mercedes Lackey

September 1st, 2015






Rollicking new fantasy series by veteran of the genre Mercedes Lackey. Read my review of it here.



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R.A. Salvatore

September 1st, 2015

Wizards of the Coast




The next installment of the long-running Drizzt Do’Urden series. Drizzt returns to the Underdark.



The Drafter

Kim Harrison

September 1st, 2015

Gallery Books




Author of everyone’s favorite Hollows series has started a new series about an agent for a deadly organization who meddles with time. Like all espionage stories, someone has messed up her timeline and likely framed her for something.



Aftermath: Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Chuck Wendig

September 4th, 2015





This is the first novel bridging the gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. The first of several, we can assume. If Wendig writes the way he normally does, this’ll be goooooood. Not to be missed.


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The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass

Jim Butcher

September 29th, 2015





The first of a new Steampunk series by Dresden Files Author Jim Butcher. Sure to be serious fun. Every Dresden Files book has been fast paced action and great story lines, I’m sure this will be, too.


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The Sleeper and the Spindle

Neil Gaiman

September 29th, 2015





The story originally published in Rags and Bones (Little, Brown) now with beautiful metallic illustrations by Chris Riddell.




Rachel Vincent

September 29th, 2015





This one is excellent, and should be on your buy list. Read my review of it here.

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