Have You Heard About... Dead Ice

… the horrors that humans inflict on zombies? The latest of Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake* books, Dead Ice, takes a bit of a twist by making zombies the victims.

Have You Heard About... The Sculptor

… the guy who makes a deal with Death? He is given a choice — a long, full, normal life, or 200 days with the ability to make the art of his dreams. David chooses his art.

Have You Heard About... The Surgeon

… the book that made police investigators Rizzoli and Isles* famous?

Have You Heard About... Prudence

… the woman who could become a vampire or werewolf with a touch of her hand? Gail Carriger starts the new Custard Protocol series* with Prudence.

Have You Heard About... Broken Monsters

… the evil forces lurking in the urban ruins of modern-day Detroit?

Have You Heard About... Last of the Sandwalkers

… the grand city of New Coleopolis? In Jay Hosler’s Last of the Sandwalkers, five great beetles set out to explore the deadly desert surrounding their home. (Well, ok, four great beetles and one great big jerk.) They are scientists and adventurers, out to discover what they can about the world outside their city’s walls.

Have You Heard About... Horns

… the guy who went to bed drunk and woke up with horns growing out of his head? Joe Hill’s aptly titled horror novel, Horns, begins just like this when Ig Parrish wakes up with a fresh set of horns and the supernatural power to control other people’s actions.

Have You Heard About... Zen Pencils

… motivational posters with “inspiring” quotations and pictures? Zen Pencils, by Gavin Aung Than, is what they want to be when they grow up. Mr. Than takes wonderful quotations by a wide variety of people and draws cartoons to accompany them. The resulting artwork is truly inspirational.

Have You Heard About... The Age of Miracles

…what happens if the earth’s rotation starts to slow?  Karen Thompson Walker gives us a thoughtful and bittersweet answer in her literary apocalyptic debut novel, The Age of Miracles

Have You Heard About... Jurassic Park

… why genetically engineering dinosaurs is a bad idea? (Of course you have - who isn’t familiar with Jurassic Park by this point?)

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