Monday, January 31, 2011

New Releases Feb. 1-6 & Giveaway (Part 1)

Another Monday, so it must be time to look at the new releases in sci fi, fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and Young Adult paranormal for the week! And it's a HUGE week for new releases, as you'll see, so I'm dividing it up into three sections with three giveaways! Woot!. As always, I'll give away a book of choice to one commenter. Details at the end of the list! Open internationally.

Blackveil, by Kristen Britain (Feb. 1, Daw)
Once a simple student, Karigan G'ladheon finds herself in a world of deadly danger and complex magic, compelled by forces she cannot understand when she becomes a legendary Green Rider-one of the magical messengers of the king. Forced by magic to accept a dangerous fate she would never have chosen, headstrong Karigan has become completely devoted to the king and her fellow Riders.  But now, an insurrection led by dark magicians threatens to break the boundaries of ancient, evil Blackveil Forest-releasing powerful dark magics that have been shut away for a millennium.

Consumed, by Kate Cann (Feb. 1, Point)
The sequel to POSSESSED finds 16-year-old Rayne still entwined in the creepy history of Morton's Keep -- and about to discover that she's the only one who can stop the evil lurking there.  Rayne's countryside escape has proven to be anything but -- the remote mansion house where she lives and works holds terrible secrets, and she feels trapped there. And when a new manager shows up, things take an even more sinister turn.  Rayne doesn't know who to trust -- even the ghosts of Morton's Keep seem to be warning her. It's up to Rayne to overcome the ancient evil lurking here -- but how?

Dark Moon, a Wereling Novel, by Steve Feasey (Feb. 1, Feiwel & Friends)
A few short months ago, Trey Laporte learned the news that would change him forever: He is a werewolf, and the evil vampire Caliban wants him dead. The threat becomes real when Caliban attacks Trey’s mentor, Lucien Charron, and leaves him fighting for his life. Gwendolin, a wicked sorceress, holds the only key to saving Lucien. Together, Trey and Lucien’s beautiful daughter, Alexa, must enter the Netherworld to defeat her. The pressure for Trey is great—Alexa is counting on him to save her father. But when Trey and Alexa find themselves trapped and surrounded by demons, can Trey use his werewolf strength to save them both?

Darkness  Dawns, by Dianne Duvall (Feb. 1, Zebra)
Once, Sarah Bingham's biggest challenge was making her students pay attention in class. Now, after rescuing a wounded stranger, she's handed in the middle of a battle between corrupt vampires and powerful immortals who also need blood to survive. Roland Warbrook is the most compelling man Sarah has ever laid hands on. But his desire for her is mingled with a hunger he can barely control...In his nine centuries of immortal existence, no woman has tempted Roland as much as Sarah. But asking her to love him is impossible - when it means forfeiting the world she's always known, and the life he would do anything to protect. Hubba-hubba cover award :-)

Halfway Hexed, by Kimberly Frost (Feb. 1, Berkley Trade)
New witch Tammy Jo Trask has a whole town full of trouble, in the latest from the national bestselling author of Barely Bewitched.  First, there are the local residents who form a scripture-spouting posse and kidnap Tammy to "defend" Duvall, Texas, against witchcraft. Next, someone saddles her with a secret package chock full of dangerous visions, just as the president of WAM-the World Association of Magic--arrives with his entourage to investigate her. And who worse to examine Tammy's entanglement with off-limits and drop-dead-gorgeous wizard Bryn Lyons than his ex-girlfriend? Not to mention that the clash between the locals and the magical visitors leads to a series of unnatural disasters that may doom them all.

Haunting Jasmine, by Anjali Banerjee (Feb. 1, Berkley Trade)
A call from the past brings divorcee Jasmine Mistry home to Shelter Island to run her beloved aunt's bookstore, which has always been rumored to be haunted. With that knowledge, Jasmine embarks on a mystical journey, urged along by her quirky family, and guided by the highly emotional spirits of long-dead authors. Surprisingly, she finds herself moved to heal her broken heart when she falls unexpectedly in love with an enigmatic young stranger. 

Jane Goes Batty, by Michael Thomas Ford (Feb. 1, Ballantine)
After two hundred years undead, Jane Austen still has bite. But will her most recent literary success be her last? Life was a lot easier for Jane when she was just an unknown, undead bookstore owner in a sleepy hamlet in upstate New York. But now the world embraces her as Jane Fairfax, author of the bestselling novel Constance—and she’s having a killer time trying to keep her true identity as the Jane Austen a secret. Even the ongoing lessons in How to Be a Vampire, taught by her former lover Lord Byron, don’t seem to be helping much. Add in a demanding new editor, a convention of romance readers in period costume, a Hollywood camera crew following Jane’s every move, and the constant threat of a certain bloodsucking Brontë sister coming back to finish her off, and it’s enough to make even the most well-mannered heroine go batty!

The King of the Crags, by Stephen Deas (Feb. 1, Roc)
In his debut, The Adamantine Palace, Stephen Deas "restored [dragons] to all their scaly fire- breathing glory" (Daily Telegraph). Now, as the Realms teeter on the brink of war, the fate of humanity rests in the survival of one majestic white dragon. Prince Jehal has had his way-now his lover Zafir sits atop the Realms with hundreds of dragons and their riders at her beck and call. But Jehal's plots are far from over, for he isn't content to sit back and watch Zafir command the earth and sky. He wants that glory for himself- no matter who he must sacrifice to get it. The one thing Jehal fears is that the white dragon still lives-and if that is so, then blood will flow, on all sides.

Leviathans of Jupiter, by Ben Bova (Feb. 1, Tor)

Physicist Grant Archer, part of the exploratory team in 2002's Jupiter, is now a research station director dedicated to proving the intelligence of the leviathans his team encountered 20 years earlier. He's aided by four newcomers to the station: biologist and art student Deidre Ambrose; deep brain stimulation expert Andy Corvus; cyborg Dorn (familiar to readers of Bova's Asteroid Wars novels); and engineering physicist Maxwell Yeager. Katherine Westfall, a powerful International Astronomical Authority member, is also en route to Jupiter, on a mission to shut down Archer's team.


License to Ensorcell, by Katherine Kerr (Feb. 1, Daw)
Psychic Agent Nola O'Grady isn't sure returning to San Francisco, and living near her unusual family, is a good idea. Her job, with a psychic agency so obscure even the CIA doesn't know it exists, can be perilous, and she's afraid of the relatives getting involved.  Then the Agency saddles her with Israeli secret agent Ari Nathan, and she has a bigger problem on her hands, because tact and compromise are not Ari's strong points. Their mission is to track down a serial killer obsessed with werewolves. He sees them everywhere and shoots whenever he thinks he has one in his sights. Ari assumes the man's psychotic, but in truth he's murdering actual werewolves. Nola should know. Her younger brother Pat, a lycanthrope, was the first victim. Can Nola's psychic talents and Ari's skill with guns keep them alive long enough to unravel the greater mystery behind the killings? Can they save the werewolves and the world while stopping Nola's family from running headlong into danger?

Midnight Riot, by Ben Aaronovitch (Feb. 1, Del Rey)
Probationary Constable Peter Grant dreams of being a detective in London’s Metropolitan Police. Too bad his superior plans to assign him to the Case Progression Unit, where the biggest threat he’ll face is a paper cut. But Peter’s prospects change in the aftermath of a puzzling murder, when he gains exclusive information from an eyewitness who happens to be a ghost. Peter’s ability to speak with the lingering dead brings him to the attention of Detective Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale, who investigates crimes involving magic and other manifestations of the uncanny. Now, as a wave of brutal and bizarre murders engulfs the city, Peter is plunged into a world where gods and goddesses mingle with mortals and a long-dead evil is making a comeback on a rising tide of magic. [Stay tuned for a Q&A with Ben on an upcoming blog.]

Raven’s Quest, by Anya Bast (Feb. 1, Berkley Sensation)
Originally published under the name Joanna King, this early fantasy novel by paranormal romance author Bast. Branna ta Cattia is the Raven, a high priestess who has come to Numia to defeat its tyrant. It's a journey made on the strength of her prophetic dreams, visions of ancient rituals, sacred spells, and of a handsome stranger destined to help her.

Rising Tides: Destroyermen, by Taylor Anderson (Feb. 1, Roc)
In Taylor Anderson's Destroyermen series, a parallel universe adds a extraordinary layer to the drama of World War II. Now, as Lieutenant Commander Matthew Reddy and the crew of the U.S.S. Walker continue their battle for both freedom and survival, the stakes become much more personal...and much more perilous.

The Sea Thy Mistress, by Elizabeth Bear (Feb. 1, Tor)
This sequel to Elizabeth Bear’s highly acclaimed All the Windwracked Stars picks up the story some fifty years after Muire went into the sea and became the new Bearer of Burdens. Beautiful Cathoair, now an immortal warrior angel, has been called back to the city of Eiledon to raise his son--Muire’s son as well, cast up on shore as an infant. It is seemingly a quiet life. But deadly danger approaches…the evil goddess Heythe, who engineered the death of Valdyrgard, has travelled forward in time on her rainbow steed. Mingan, the gray wolf, sees his old enemy Heythe’s return and will not allow her to destroy everything again.

Storm of Reckoning, by Doranna Durgin (Feb. 1, Tor)
Lisa 'Garrie' McGarity leads a ghost buster team - and has recently become entangled with Trevarr, a fiercely driven demon-hunter from a different dimension. After tumultuous adventures in San Jose, Trevarr returns to this world - and to Garrie - a battered exile. But there's little time to recuperate; a friend in Sedona needs their help. There, in that area of power convergence, Garrie is astonished to find the ethereal breezes quiet, the earth's activity so diminished as to be nonexistent...If you don't count those oddball surges that don't taste like our world at all.

The Trust, by Tom Dolby (Feb. 1, Katherine Tegen Books)
Who can you trust when everything is secrets and lies? It's a new semester at the Chadwick School, and even with the ankh tattoos that brand them, Phoebe, Nick, Lauren, and Patch are hoping for a fresh start. Each day, however, they are reminded of their membership as new Conscripts in the Society. The secret group that promised to help them achieve their every dream has instead turned their lives into a nightmare.  Exclusive membership lost its luster as the Society revealed its agenda to them and two of their classmates were found dead. Now they can't help but wonder: Who's next? . 

Unseen, by Rachel Caine (Feb. 1, Roc)
After Cassiel and Warden Luis Rocha rescue an adept child from a maniacal Djinn, they realize two things: the girl is already manifesting an incredible amount of power, and her kidnapping was not an isolated incident.  This Djinn-aided by her devoted followers-is capturing children all over the world, and indoctrinating them so she can use their strength for herself. With no other options, Cassiel infiltrates the Djinn's organization-because if Cassiel cannot stop the Djinn's apocalyptic designs, all of humanity may be destroyed. Third in Outcast Season series.

Uprising: Vampire Federation, by Sean McCabe (Feb. 1, Signet)
A gruesome ritual murder has stained the Oxfordshire countryside. It's just the first incident in a chain of events awakening Detective Inspector Joel Solomon to his worst nightmare-and a dreadful omen of things to come. Because Joel has a secret: he believes in vampires. Alex Bishop is an agent of the Vampire Intelligence Agency. She's tasked with enforcing the laws of the global Vampire Federation, and hunting rogue members of her race. A tough job made tougher when the Federation comes under attack by traditionalist vampires. They have a stake in old-school terror-and in an uprising as violent as it is widespread. Now it's plunging Alex and Joel into a deadly war between the living and the unloving-and against a horrifying tradition given new life by the blood of the innocent.

Waterfall, by Lisa T. Bergren (Feb. 1, David Cook)
Gabriella has never spent a summer in Italy like this one. Remaining means giving up all she’s known and loved… and leaving means forfeiting what she’s come to know…and love itself. Most American teenagers want a vacation in Italy, but the Bentarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives with their parents, famed Etruscan scholars, among the romantic hills. Stuck among the rubble of medieval castles in rural Tuscany on yet another hot, dusty archeological site, Gabi and Lia are bored out of their minds… until Gabi places her hand atop a handprint in an ancient tomb and finds herself in fourteenth-century Italy. And worse yet, in the middle of a fierce battle between knights of two opposing forces. And thus does she come to be rescued by the knight-prince Marcello Falassi, who takes her back to his father’s castle—a castle Gabi has seen in ruins in another life. Suddenly Gabi’s summer in Italy is much, much more interesting. But what do you do when your knight in shining armor lives, literally, in a different world?

The Werewolf Upstairs, by Ashlyn Chase (Feb. 1, Sourcebooks Casablanca)
Petty crime never looked so good...Alpha werewolf Konrad Wolfensen sees it as his duty to protect the citizens of Boston, even if it means breaking into their businesses just to prove their security systems don't work. But when his unsolicited services land him in trouble with the law, he'll have to turn to his sexy new neighbor for help….Attorney Roz Wells is bored. She used to have such a knack for attracting the weird and unexpected, but ever since she took a job as a Boston public defender, the quirky quotient in her life has taken a serious hit. Until her sexy werewolf neighbor starts coming around.

So there ya have Part 1! (Whew.) To win your choice, just tell me which one piques your interest--out of this group, the description for Jane Goes Batty made me laugh but the Ben Aaronovitch book has caught my eye! As always +1 for comment, +1 for blog follow, +1 for Twitter follow @Suzanne_Johnson, and +1 for Tweet or Retweet. Happy reading!  






47 comments:

  1. Wow, that is a LOT of releases this week! I'm looking forward to Steve Feasey's (among others). I read the first in that series and would definitely be interested in continuing.

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  2. I've already pre-ordered a couple of these but of the others Waterfall looks interestin.

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  3. Hi Suzanne!
    Asking which book piqued my interest is like asking which diamond I prefer over another.
    :)
    So many GREAT books!
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    PS - Thanks for posting them!

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  4. Definitely hard to choose!I think Haunting Jasmine piqued my interest most =)

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  5. A lot of these caught my eye! Especially Unseen by Rachel Caine. !

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  6. I can't decide between The Trust and Dakness, Dawns. Both look so good. My Amazon wishlist is about to get a whole lot bigger, you wern't kidding when you said it was a big list this week.

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  7. LOL--just wait guys. This is only the first THIRD of what's being released this week! I'll have the second part tomorrow and the third part on Wednesday. Doing three new book giveaways this week!

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  8. All books looks interesting!!! I think Haunting Jasmine by Anjali Banerjee piqued my interest most.

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  9. Too many tempting books! (And this is only a THIRD?? Kill me now! :p )
    I "narrowed" my list of most wanted down to SIX, (Blackveil, Halfway Hexed, Jane Goes Batty, Midnight Riot, The Sea Thy Mistress, and Unseen), then rolled a die (Really!)... Came up 6, so

    Unseen, by Rachel Caine

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  10. So many good releases but my choice would be Darkness Dawns! I'm alos a follower. tWarner419@aol.com

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  11. So many good releases but my choice would be Darkness Dawns! I'm alos a follower. tWarner419@aol.com

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  12. Wow... so many good ones to choose from! I'll pick Jane Goes Batty.

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  13. There will be a lot of release this week, again =) I wonder when I will have enough time to read them =P It was a hard choice, but I would pick Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duvall =)

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  14. Darkness Dawns, by Dianne Duvall piqued my interest.Love the cover :)

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  15. I really don't want to pick just one, all these new books coming out sound so good! I really think that Rachel Caine has got a great concept going with hers, so if I'd have to chose just one! (torture)
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    and again as always Suzanne your awesome!

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  16. I can't resist the undead Jane Austen book!

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  17. Wow, that's a lot of releases! I've been most looking forward to Lisa T. Bergren's Waterfall. I love time travel novels.

    I'm a new follower on Twitter (@afewmorepages) and I just tweeted about your giveaway here: http://twitter.com/#!/afewmorepages/status/32157226940506112

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  18. Lots of options. :) I think I'm looking forward to Kristen Britain and Stephen Deas' sequel.

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  19. +1 I am a GFC follower (jennifer)
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    The ones that pique my interest the most are: Consumed (love the cover and now I want to read the first book), License to Ensorcell (I really like books about psychics), The Trust, Unseen (love Rachel Caine)

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  20. Ooh there's some great releases but Waterfall has definitely caught my eye:)

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  21. I was going to say Jane Goes Batty, because Jane Bites Back was fun, but now that I've scrolled down enough to see Midnight Riot… I really want to read that book. It looks fantastic!

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  22. Waterfall sounds really interesting! Thanks for listing all these wonderful books :)

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  23. I would love to win Waterfall! I've been coveting this one for a while Time-travel, Italy, hot Knights... what more can you want? ;)

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  24. too many great books to choose :) hope i win this time *fingercrossed*
    if i won i want to read Haunting Jasmine, by Anjali Banerjee

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  25. A lot of good choices...but I'd have to go with License to Ensorcell by Katherine Kerr.

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  26. Ohhh, this is a tough week! I have a few on here that I am wanting. But I think I have to go with Unseen. I've been following this series and enjoying it.

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  27. There is two I really like so I'll let you pick one for me if I win. The werewolf upstairs or Darkness Dawns.
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  28. wow I'm loving a bunch of them including the werewolf upstairs, waterfall, jane goes batty and halfway hexed.

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  29. Looks of good sounding ones. Im looking forward to reading Darkness Dawns.

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  30. My husband is a SciFi and epic fantasy nut and I tend to spend all the money buying my kind of books so I would be thrilled to get Leviathans of Jupiter, by Ben Bova as I know he likes the author and has quite a few of his books.

    I fear all these giveaways are going to put you on the poverty line!

    But grateful thanks anyway especially as you open them to all worldwide.

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  31. Wow so many to choose from but the one I really would love to read is Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duvall. I just love any paranormal romance story that feature a gorgeous guy where either the female saves the guy or the guy saves the girl. Call me a big romantic LOL!

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  32. I definitely agree that Jane Goes Batty sounds like a fun one, so that would be my pick. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. Sooo many books, I want them all :) I had a hard time choosing but Waterfall sounds like a really interesting read. Thanks for the chance

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  34. Rachel Caines Unseen. I have loved everything I have read of hers. :)
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  35. So want to read Unseen by Rachel Caine and Uprising:Vampire Federation, by Sean McCabe

    Thank you so much for sharing... My books to buy list just got a mile longer..

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  37. I'd love to read Jane Goes Batty.
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  38. +1 for comment
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    I really like Darkness Dawns. I would like that.

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  39. Wow! So many wonderful releases this month!! :) I like the synopsis of The Werewolf Upstairs by Ashlyn Chase and would love to read it... but Halfway Hexed by Kimberly Frost is the bestest cover of them all so would like to win it even if it is not book 1 in the series!

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  40. I'd love either Unseen (Rachel Caine)

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  41. I love February & there are some great books out for me to enjoy. : )
    I'm most interested in Unseen. Loved the first of the series & the second is just waiting for me to read it!

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  42. License to Ensorcell

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  43. I would love to win License to Ensorcell. It sounds great!

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  44. Thank you for some awesome giveaways.
    I would love to read Unseen by Rachel Caine.

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  45. I have definitely got my eye on Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch though I prefer the UK tile and cover art.

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  46. Wow, there are so many books to pick. Most of them are new to me.

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  47. Jane Goes Batty is the one that really caught my interest!!
    I'm a blog follower and twitter follower...I'm also retweeting this!

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