Clarkesworld Bestsellers for the Week Ending June 11, 2006

Books
1The Rutting Season by Brian Keene (Signed Hardcover)
2The Conqueror Worms by Brian Keene (Signed Paperback)
3Paragaea: A Planetary Romance by Chris Roberson (Trade Paperback)
4The Shadow at The Bottom of The World by Thomas Ligotti (Signed Numbered Hardcover)
5The Clan Corporate (The Merchant Princes, Book 3) by Charles Stross (Hardcover)

Magazines
1Interzone
2Fantasy & Science Fiction
3Asimov’s
4Analog
5Red Scream

Brian Keene managed to lose the top spot to himself this week. The Rutting Season hardcover was sold out months ago and we shipped all paid preorders last week, so he has a chance to take the spot back from himself next week.

Started reading Paragaea this weekend. So far, I’m enjoying it. It was momentarily interupted by Tim Powers forthcoming novel, Three Days to Never. I was luck enough to get my hands on an advance copy. Excellent stuff. Not his best, but definitely near the top.

-Neil

4 thoughts on “Clarkesworld Bestsellers for the Week Ending June 11, 2006

  1. eldritch00 says:

    I just read Declare (finally!) a few days ago, and so it thrills me to read about Three Days to Never. In the meantime, thanks to Declare, I’m reading my first Le Carre–The Looking Glass War–and pretty much enjoying it, too.

      • eldritch00 says:

        I plan to! The only ones I’ve read, aside from Declare, are The Anubis Gates and The Drawing of the Dark (as well as the short story “Itinerary”). Fantastic works, all of them, in every sense of the term.

        • Anonymous says:

          LeCarre

          Hello, Eldritch —

          I apparently have to post as “Anonymous” here. But I wanted to say, LeCarre’s best book, I think, is _Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy._ For years it was the book I brought on long plane flights, until eventually I almost knew it by heart. Next best after that, I think, is _The Spy Who Came in From the Cold._

          — Tim Powers

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