Another post about books I haven’t read! They do seem to bunch up around this time of year, but I am starting to make process on my over-committed review pile, so you should see more reviews shortly. Until then, MORE BOOKS! July seems to be a little quieter on the new releases front, but there’s still plenty to look forward to.

As always, dates mostly refer to UK print editions, and so books may already be out in different formats or territories. Links go to Goodreadsย and * indicates Iโ€™ve received a review copy.


The Undermining of Twyla and Frank by Megan Bannen (Orbit)*

Cursed Under London by Gabby Hutchinson Crouch (Farrago)

A Short Walk Through a Wide World by Douglas Westerbek (Jonathan Cape)

Love Letters to a Serial Killer by Tasha Coryell (Orion)


Stories Are Weapons by Annalee Newitz (WW Norton & Co)


The Sky on Fire by Jenn Lyons (Tor)


Whoever You Are, Honey by Olivia Gatwood (Hutchinson Heinemann)

The Spellshop by Sarah Beth Durst (Tor)


The Black Bird Oracle by Deborah Harkness (Headline)*


Mirrored Heavens by Rebecca Roanhorse (Solaris)

Queen B by Juno Dawson (HarperVoyager)

The Blonde Dies First by Joelle Wellington (Penguin)

Bless Your Heart by Lindy Ryan (Solaris)

A Case of Mice and Murder by Sally Smith (Raven Books)

A Rose by Any Other Name by Any Other Name by Mary McMyne (Orbit)*


The Book of Elsewhere by Keanu Reeves + China Miรฉville (Del Rey)

The Stardust Grail by Yume Kitasei (Flatiron Books)

Do Me a Favor by Cathy Yardley (Montlake)


I Was a Teenage Slasher by Stephen Graham Jones (Titan Books)


The Ornithologist’s Field Guide to Love by India Holton (Penguin)

Lake of Darkness by Adam Roberts (Gollancz)


Long Live Evil by Sarah Rees Brennan (Orbit)*

Navigational Entanglements by Aliette de Bodard (Tor)

Unfamiliared by J E Hannaford