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The Most Anticipated Books of 2006 – Part 2

By posted at 5:20 am on June 20, 2006 7

Back in January, I took a look at some of the “most anticipated” books of the year. Well, those books are old news now, but there are some great-looking books on the way. September and October in particular are looking pretty stacked. Please share any relevant links or books I may have missed.

July:

August:

September:

October:

November:

December:

  • Untitled Thomas Pynchon novel (as confirmed by Ed.)

January 2007:

February 2007:

  • Knots by Nuruddin Farah (based on “Farah’s own recent efforts to reclaim his family’s property in Mogadishu, and his experiences trying to negotiate peace among the city’s warlords.”)

May 2007:

Addenda: Books suggested in the comments are being added above.

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7 Responses to “The Most Anticipated Books of 2006 – Part 2”

  1. Bud Parr
    at 6:09 am on June 20, 2006

    Pamuk has a book coming out in July – it's a new translation his "The Black Book."

  2. ed
    at 9:26 am on June 20, 2006

    One more to add to the list (confirmed by me this morning): Pynchon's new book in December.

  3. Anonymous
    at 10:26 am on June 20, 2006

    July 11
    John McNally – America's Report Card by Free Press

    September
    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Half of a Yellow Sun – Knopf

    October
    Tom Franklin – Smonk – Harper Collins

    Marc Estrin – Golem Song – Unbridled Books

    DW – EWN

  4. Anonymous
    at 6:47 pm on June 20, 2006

    I'd add Howard Bahr – "The Judas Field" due out 25 July.

    J.D.

  5. Laurie
    at 10:12 am on June 21, 2006

    Sept. 2006
    Dead in Desemboque – Eddy Arellano

    Oct. 2006
    The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories – Susanna Clarke

    November 2006
    Soon the Rest Will Fall – Peter Plate
    The Jennifer Morgue – Charles Stross

    Jan. 2007
    Flora Segunda – Ysabeau Wilce

    Sometime in 2007
    Wolf Totem – Jiang Rong (translated from Chinese)

  6. Fadzilah
    at 5:44 pm on June 23, 2006

    I wonder what's the difference between the new translation of Orhan Pamuk's The Black Book and the one published a decade ago.

  7. Anonymous
    at 6:12 am on August 7, 2006

    Forgetfulness by Ward Just (9/6/2006)

    The Echo Maker by Richard Powers (10/3/2006)

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