John Jarrold’s Corner – Titles for 2009

10 Dec

Hey Guys and Girls, courtesy of agent-extraordinaire 🙂 John Jarrold, I’ve got a list of upcoming publications for you. These books are from authors that are represented by Mr. Jarrold and they’ll be available in ’09, so check them out and pre-order where the links are available! 🙂 Most, if not all, of these titles have already been covered, especially at Fantasy Book Critic (those brilliant people), but here they are again in case you missed them, month for month:


Twelve by Jasper Kent – nuff said! 🙂 Pre-order your copy!

Dragon in Chains by Daniel Fox – From Del Rey; just the imagery that grows in my mind from the title leaves no doubt that this book will be good. Visit Daniel’s website here, and pre-order the UK edition here and the US edition here. (Incidentally, I tried to track the author down, missing the bit about Daniel Fox being pseudonym, and found instead a film-maker from the UK – look for the blog-post on that gentleman soon. :-))


Rise of the Iron Moon by Stephen Hunt – the first book on this list by the man who’s taking the SFF world by the b***s. 🙂 Check out Stephen’s net-home here, and pre-order the UK Edition here.

Principles of Angels by Jaine Fenn – the title is evocative of very strange concepts and vistas, so I’m sure it won’t disappoint. 🙂 Visit Jaine’s website here and pre-order the UK Edition here.


The Adamantine Palace by Stephen Deas – Once again, the title is extremely evocative… 🙂 Check out Stephen Deas’ website here, and use this link to pre-order the UK Edition.

The Court of the Air by Stephen Hunt –This is the US release of the paperback edition from TOR. Here’s the link to pre-order the UK Edition.

Thieving Fear by Ramsey Campbell – you know you’ll have the crap scared out of you with this one! Check out Ramsey’s webpage here and pre-order the book here.


Kethani by Eric Brown – this guy is grabbing the SF world by the short and curlies, and has the luck to have some great cover art on his books, too! Visit Eric’s webpage here, and pre-order the book here.

The Red Wolf Conspiracy by Robert V.S. Redick – I’m keeping my eye on this title, and hope to get an ARC soon (hint, hint). Check out Robert’s web-presence here, and pre-order the book here .

The Sweet Scent of Blood by Suzanne McLeod; another highly-anticipated offering! Check our Suzanne’s site here and pre-order the book here.


Consorts of Heaven by Jaine Fenn – with a cover reminiscent of the immortal Close-Encounters of the Third Kind¬-mountain, this looks like a great addition to SF. Pre-order the book here.

The Red Wolf Conspiracy by Robert V.S. Redick – the release of the paperback edition in the UK.

Return of the Crimson Guard by Ian Cameron Esslemont; if it has to do with the epic, genre-busting tales of the Malazans, then I don’t need to say any more, do I? Pre-order here and here.


Nights of Villjamur by Mark C Newton; if the coverage on various blogs is anything to go by, this is going to be a great addition to Fantasy! Check out Mark’s blog here.

Xenopath by Eric Brown; another highly-anticipated novel! Pre-order here and here.


The Cold Kiss of Death by Suzanne McLeod; need I say more? Pre-order here.


The Rats and the Ruling Sea by Robert V.S. Redick; Book 2 coming so soon on the heels of Book 1 will make all fans of Fantasy very happy!

Red Claw by Philip Palmer; after Debatable Space this will be shooting straight to the top of my TBR pile when it’s released! Follow this link to Philip’s website.

Okay, that’s it for now. As I get more info from John, I’ll post it on the blog. But I think it’s safe to say that 2009 is promising to be yet another great year for Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror! 🙂

P.S. I thought of putting in covers, too (I did, I promise) but the post looked like something a dog would sick up, and that was after working on it for about an hour. Sorry!

Be Fantastic!

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Posted by on December 10, 2008 in John Jarrold's Corner


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One response to “John Jarrold’s Corner – Titles for 2009

  1. Mark Newton

    December 10, 2008 at 9:22 pm

    John certainly is busy.

    Thanks for the mention! I hope it lives up to the hype… 🙂


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