Books I got at Worldcon

I still have a backlog of book reviews I should write, but for now I’m just going to post a list of the books I aquired when I attended this year’s Worldcon in Boston.

From the table(s) of Larry Smith, Bookseller:

Live Without a Net edited by Lou Anders
Prince of Ayodha (The Ramanya, Book 1) by Ashok K. Banker
Neurolink by M.M. Buckner
The Magicians’ Guild (The Black Magician Triology, Book 1) by Trudi Canavan
Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison
Stars: Original Stories Based on the Songs of Janis Ian edited by Janis Ian and Mike Resnick
In the Forests of Serre by Patricia A. McKillip
Revelation Space by Alastair Reynolds
The Wizard Hunters: Book One of The Fall of Ile-Rien by Martha Wells

From the Borderlands Books table:

American Sorrows by Jay Lake
Move Under Ground by Nick Mamatas
Toast by Charles Stross

From used book dealers:

The Man Who Was Thursday by G.K. Chesterton
Thousand Shrine Warrior by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Dinner at Deviant’s Palace by Tim Powers

Freebies from the Avon party:

American Gods (Reader’s Copy edition [a trade paperback version of the limited "author's preferred edition" from Hill House]) by Neil Gaiman
Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett
Ilium by Dan Simmons

One Response to “Books I got at Worldcon”

  1. Jvstin Says:

    I liked Revelation Space, and of course American Gods.