September is still the time to return to [ponga aquí su infierno particular].
Obligations, routines, realities, collectibles, schedules and start over.
The circle of life.
It is also true that our realities are different, different dimensions, and it may be that September does not mean a return to clock slavery.
Everything returns in September, whether we like it or not, and publishers are preparing a battery of releases for these last months of the year.
From here we leave you 6 fantastic and terrifying recommendations to lighten the return, concentrated between September and October.
Let it be light to you.
“Looking for the man from the river” – Kristopher Triana, Hidden Dimensions Paperback.
Hidden Dimensions start your second season (which includes an anthology with an unpublished story by Stephen King) with one of those books they seem destined to appear in a lot of recommendations.
Kristopher Triana’s debut It seems to be a dark novel, one of those that sticks to the mind.
Lori is obsessed with Edmund Cox, convicted of dismembering more than twenty women. She would do anything to get close to him; so when he gives her a task, she agrees.
He has no idea of the horror that awaits him.
Edmund tells him that he must go to a cabin in the woods and retrieve a key, to give it to a mysterious character known as the River Man.
She brings her sister with her, and the trip turns into a surreal nightmare, bringing out Lori’s personal demons, which she feels bind her to Edmund. She will soon learn that the Man in the River is not quite reality or legend and that he is definitely not human… or at least not anymore.
280 pagestranslated by Javier Martos and with a cover Donnie Goodman.
The presale starts on september 1 at 11, prepare yourselves for a very intense trip.
“Infiltrator” – KJ Parker, Red Key Books. September 14.
The September 14 marks our return to the universe of “Prospero’s Demon”. The first demon hunter novel was a unforgetable experience.
Agile, deep, with a very particular sense of humor and a spectacular ending, in just 100 pages. Reminiscent of Sapkowski, with a rich universe of its own that he gives time to shape despite not being a very extensive read.
We can only expect great things from this second part…
After a traumatic experience, and designated by his superiors as “fragile”, a demon spends his days in a peaceful convent distracting the monks from their religious obligations.
His tedious existence ends when he is given a new mission in distant Antecira, where a duke threatens to ruin the great Plan that has governed humanity until then. He will soon find himself immersed in a convoluted plot with unforeseen consequences. However, the most serious of all this is that he will have to deal again with his worst enemy and the cause of all his ills, a sadistic exorcist whom he possessed in the past.
125 pageswith an exact size to that of its first delivery and translation of Maria Pilar San Roman.
“Nona The Ninth” – Tamsyn Muir, Nova. September 22
Eye, curves are coming.
The Sealed Tomb opens a third time to bring us one of the most anticipated and enigmatic sequels of the season.
The story of our favorite necromancers adds another chapter, after the success of “Gideon the Ninth” and the shock of “Harrow The Ninth”.
Tamsyn Muir is building an enigmatic, current and necessary story, both for the genre and for our poor reading minds.
And, I’m going to be honest: I don’t know what to expect but I really want it.
Your city is under siege.
The zombies are back.
But Nona just wants a birthday party.
Nona is like the others in many ways. She lives with her family, she works at the local school, and she loves walking on the beach and meeting new dogs. But in reality she Nona is not like the others. Six months ago she woke up in the body of a stranger and she fears being forced to return it.
The city is falling apart. A monstrous blue sphere floats on the horizon, ready to destroy the planet. The Blood of Eden troops have surrounded the last of the Retinue facilities and wait for the Undying Emperor to come for his own. The leaders of the terrorist group want to turn Nona into the weapon that will save them from the Nine Houses. Nona would rather lead a normal life with the people she loves, with Pyrrha and Camilla and Palamedes, but she knows that nothing lasts forever.
And, every night, Nona dreams of a woman with a skull painted on her face…
544 pagesin hard cover and with the characteristic translation of David Tejera Exposito.
“Shadow of the Gods” – John Gwyne, Minotaur. October 11th.
The last months of 2022 are going to be very busy in Minotaur. Rescues as “Uke” from Elia Barcelothe latest prank Grady Hendrixreissues of Tolkien, unknowns such as “Ordinary Monsters” by JM Miro or the return of Silvia Moreno-Garcia with «Gods of jade and shadow», among others.
A fairly important landing but I focus my interest on the beginning of a great saga of Viking influences.
A century has passed since the gods fought and became extinct. Now only his bones remain, promising great power to those brave enough to seek them out.
As the whispers of war echo through the land of Vigrið, fate follows in the footsteps of three warriors: a huntress on a dangerous quest, a noblewoman seeking fame in battle, and a slave seeking revenge among the mercenaries known as the mercenaries. Blood Brothers.
The three will shape the fate of the world as it once again falls under the shadow of the gods.
first volumetranslated by simon saitofrom a trilogy that promises adventures, fantasy, bloody battles and the occasional dragon.
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Sharpen your axes for him October 11th.
“Jade War” – Fonda Lee, Insólita Editorial. September 26.
Another highly anticipated return.
“Jade City” It is one of those books to recommend, always. Family, honor, jade, power struggles, and a breakneck pace. The wait has been long but “Jade War” will be available from September 26.
And you already have the presale active, for that reason of helping with the printing expenses and that these independent projects go forward.
Jade War is the second book in the Green Bone Saga, an epic trilogy about family, honor, and those who live and die by the ancient laws of blood and jade.
On the island of Kekon, the Kaul family is locked in a violent dispute over control of the capital and the supply of magical jade that has granted supernatural powers to the Greenbone warriors for hundreds of years.
Beyond Kekon’s borders, war is about to break out. Foreign powers and criminal kingpins have turned their attention to the island nation. Jade, Kekon’s most precious resource, could make them rich or become the weapon needed to defeat their rivals.
Surrounded by threats on all sides, the Kaul family is forced to form dangerous new alliances, face their enemies in the dark streets and tall office towers of the capital, and put honor aside to do whatever it takes. to ensure his own survival…and that of all the green bones of Kekon.
672 pagestranslated by Anthony Rivasfull of bones, jade and blood.
“The Book of Accidents” – Chuck Wendig, Rock. October 20.
“The Sleepwalkers” It is one of the most accurate books of recent times. A long, forceful and limitless horror novel, with an important social perspective and without losing sight of the fun.
I celebrate the return of chuck wendig a Publishing Rock as a triumph, with another horror novel.
A long time ago, Nathan lived in a country house with an abusive father, and he has never told his family what happened there.
A long time ago, Maddie was a girl who played dolls in her room and saw something she shouldn’t have seen… And now she tries to remember that traumatic moment by creating some disturbing sculptures.
A long time ago, something sinister and ravenous roamed the tunnels and mountains and coal mines of his hometown in rural Pennsylvania.
Now, Nate and Maddie Graves are married and have returned to that place with their son, Oliver.
And now, what happened a long time ago has started to happen again…
And it’s happening to Oliver. He meets a very strange boy who becomes his best friend, a boy with secrets and an affinity for black magic.
That black magic takes them to the epicenter of a battle between good and evil, a confrontation to preserve the soul of the family… And maybe even the whole world. But the Graves family has a secret weapon: the love they profess for each other.
items close to Stephen Kingto Shirley Jackson, haunted houses, traumas and dark beings, with the translation of David Tejera Expositoavailable from October 20.
In time for Halloween.
The timing perfect.
So far the fantastic and terrifying recommendations, although there is more, much more (since the return of Stephen King to the dystopias of Cory Docrow).
Feed the mind, don’t let the routine catch you.