Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson (Doubleday, 384 pages, June 10)
I thought that name sounded familiar, and sure enough, Wilson is one of the editors of Robot Uprisings, the last book on my list for my Month of Scifi. Robogenesis is the sequel to Robopocalypse, and this time, the artificial intelligence (Archos) is even more bent on destroying humanity. With a devastated Earth and human survivors trying to pick up the pieces, it doesn't seem like much can stop Archos...or is there? Man, how did I not read Robopocalypse, like, the second it came out? *runs to bookstore*
Rogues ed. by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois (Bantam, 832 pages, June 17)
Stories about rogues.
Written by George R. R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, Gillian Flynn, Connie Willis...
Need I say more?
The Complete PeanutsL 1991-1992 by Charles M. Schulz (Fantagraphics, 344 pages, June 8)
This is the 21st volume, you guys- and there are four more a'comin'! Not bad, for a cartoon that stretched across 5 decades.