New on Kindle: Catching Up March/April, Part 1: Tor/Forge

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these (because it’s an exhausting effort), but I really do need to keep an eye out for new books, and I’ve had a pleasant break.

The backlog is long, so I’m breaking these up roughly by publishing house and imprint.

So what has Tor/Forge (imprints of Macmillan) been up to?

Enclave by Kit Reed

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In a post-apocalyptic world, an ex-marine establishes an autocratic fortress/school for troubled young rich folks. Things go horribly wrong, and teenage geeks save the world.

Steal Across the Sky by Nancy Kress

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Regular Joes and Janes are recruited to act as Witnesses for the atonement acts of an alien race. Through Craig’s List. Or something like it (this is near-future SF).

Imager: The First Book of the Imager Portfolio by L. E. Modesitt Jr.

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Modesitt launches another fantasy trilogy.

An apprentice artist learns he’s an Imager—what he wishes comes true. This is almost never good (and it really isn’t) and causes much trouble for him (as par for such courses).

Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne by David Gaider

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Based on the hit video game of the same name, and a prequel to Dragon Age: Origins (not yet on the Kindle).

A deposed prince Maric must take back his father’s lands. Fortunately he has an army. Unfortunately, he can safely trust about a total of two people in the world: an outlaw and a warrior maiden.

The Unincorporated Man by Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin

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An idea SF tale: a tycoon wakes up in the 24th century, where society has become a sort of Ayn-Randian utopia ((Well. Depending on who you talk to.)), controlled by corporations and the free market, where people own stock in each other in lieu of actual relationships.