Science Fiction and Fantasy books released in February 2016

The Cyborg Knight - February 2016 SF&F Book Release ListFebruary seems to be the month for the release of awesome new Young Adult books! I am especially looking forward to Calamity by Brandon Sanderson, Earth’s End by Elise Kova and The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig!

My resolution for 2016 has been to use my local library more often instead of reflexively spending all of my money on impulse book purchases. It’s hard to wait for the library to get in new releases, but I bought almost twice as many books in 2015 as I actually read so I figured I needed to do something to get a hold of my out of control book buying! I am proud to report that I only bought two books last month and borrowed three from the library! Okay…back in October I pre-ordered a book that arrived in January but that totally doesn’t count!


February 1
The Tower of Venass (The Dark Ability Book 3) by D.K. Holmberg (Young Adult/Fantasy)


February 2
Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Raging Sea: Undertow Trilogy Book 2 by Michael Buckley (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen (Vorkosigan Saga) by Lois McMaster Bujold (Fantasy/Science Fiction)
Remembrance: A Mediator Novel by Meg Cabot (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy)
Games Wizards Play (Young Wizards Series) by Diane Duane (Young Adult/Science Fiction)
– Revisionary: Magic Ex Libris: Book Four by Jim C. Hines (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy)
A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly (Fantasy/Alternate History)
Starflight by Melissa Landers (Young Adult/Science Fiction)
Darkness Fair (The Dark Cycle) by Rachel A. Marks (Young Adult/Fantasy)
– The High Mountains of Portugal by Yann Martel (Fantasy/Historical Fiction)
Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Burning Midnight by Will McIntosh (Young Adult/Science Fiction)
Kingfisher by Patricia A. McKillip (Fantasy)
Stars Above: A Lunar Chronicles Collection by Marissa Meyer (Young Adult/Fantasy)


February 9
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Morning Star: Book III of The Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown (Fantasy/Science Fiction)
Every Anxious Wave by Mo Daviau (Science Fiction/Time Travel)
Sudden Death by Álvaro Enrigue and Natasha Wimmer (Translator) (Fantasy/Alternate History)
Ways to Disappear by Idra Novey (Fantasy)
Arcadia by Iain Pears (Fantasy/Science Fiction/Time Travel)
These Vicious Masks by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Dragon Hunters: The Chronicle of the Exile Book Two by Marc Turner (Dark Fantasy)
The Lost Time Accidents by John Wray (Science Fiction/Time Travel)


February 11
Earth’s End (Air Awakens Series Book 3) by Elise Kova (Young Adult/Fantasy)


February 15
Son of the Morning by Mark Alder (Fantasy)


February 16
The Orion Plan by Mark Alpert (Science Fiction/Technothriller)
Light of the Last: Wars of the Realm, Book 3 by Chuck Black (Young Adult/Fantasy)
The Immortals (Olympus Bound) by Jordanna Max Brodsky (Fantasy)
Dark Matters by Michael Dow (Science Fiction/Thriller)
The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig (Young Adult/Fantasy)
Bigfootloose and Finn Fancy Free by Randy Henderson (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy)
The Shadow Queen by C. J. Redwine (Young Adult/Fantasy)
– Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff (Fantasy)
Chains of the Heretic: Bloodsounder’s Arc Book Three by Jeff Salyards (Dark Fantasy)
Calamity (The Reckoners) by Brandon Sanderson (Young Adult/Fantasy/Science Fiction)
Floodgate by Johnny Shaw (Alternate History)
Renaissance (Emerge Series Book 3) by Heather Sunseri (Young Adult/Science Fiction)


February 23
Good Girls (Motherless Children Trilogy) by Glen Hirshberg (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy)
Version Control by Dexter Palmer (Science Fiction/Time Travel)
A Gathering of Shadows by V. E. Schwab (Fantasy)
Firstlife (An Everlife Novel) by Gena Showalter (Young Adult/Fantasy)


February 25
First Light (Forever After Series) by Michele Paige Holmes (Young Adult/Fantasy)


10 thoughts on “Science Fiction and Fantasy books released in February 2016

    1. The first time I put together the list of books to be released for the month, I ended up buying 7 of the books on the list because they looked so good! Since then I have been more discerning with my purchases, but still have to reign in the urge to buy all the awesome books I want to read!.

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    1. If I could get my hands on a real time turner necklace, I would definitely use it to catch up on my TBR list! I never have enough time and money to read all the books I want to read. It’s great fun to try though!

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  1. EEEP seeing it all placed together like this make me realise that I simply do not have enough funds *cries*
    I have of course pre ordered Morning Star and AGOS though, as I NEED to read them immediately. I still need to read Firefight before reading Calamity. A Criminal Magic looks stunning! I am going to look into more reviews before committing to a purchase though.

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    1. Firefight was really good! I need more money too…or another job. Really, I need a job reading books where the books and reading time are all in a day’s work!

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