Locus Bestsellers (September)

October 4, 2010

I’ve started making sure that all the books on the locus bestseller list are represented on TagShadow. This has, in past months led to me adding entire series, just for good measure (see Dresden Files and Sookie Sackhouse). Be sure to check out the full list on the locus website. Even better, grab a copy of the magazine, which follows the list every month with a list of notable new books and short descriptions. This month’s issue is focused on Steam Punk, so be sure to keep checking back to the Steam Punk TagShadow as I update it with everything I learn from the issue.

All titles, authors and publishers link to the appropriate page on TagShadow. Explore from there and be sure to contribute your own tags!


  1. Naamah’s Curse, Jacqueline Carey (Grand Central)
  2. Mission of Honor, David Weber (Baen)
  3. Bullet, Laurell K. Hamilton (Berkley)
  4. Dead in the Family, Charlaine Harris (Ace)
  5. The Passage, Justin Cronin (Ballantine)
  6. Under Heaven, Guy Gavriel Kay (Roc)
  7. WWW: Watch, Robert J. Sawyer (Ace)
  8. Changes, Jim Butcher (Roc)
  9. For the Win, Cory Doctorow (Tor Teen)
  10. Mouse & Dragon, Sharon Lee & Steve Miller (Baen)


  1. The Enchantment Emporium, Tanya Huff (DAW)
  2. Julian Comstock: A Story of 22nd-Century America, Robert Charles Wilson (Tor)
  3. Naamah’s Kiss, Jacqueline Carey (Grand Central)
  4. The Spy Who Haunted Me, Simon R. Green (Roc)
  5. The White Road, Lynn Flewelling (Ballantine Spectra)
  6. Dead and Gone, Charlaine Harris (Ace)
  7. Ender’s Game, Orson Scott Card (Tor)
  8. WWW: Wake, Robert J. Sawyer (Ace)
  9. Skin Trade, Laurell K. Hamilton (Jove)
  10. Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury (Del Rey)


  1. The Windup Girl, Paolo Bacigalupi (Night Shade Books
  2. The Host, Stephenie Meyer (Back Bay Books)
  3. The Magicians, Lev Grossman (Plume)
  4. Boneshaker, Cherie Priest (Tor)
  5. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Jane Austen & Seth Grahame-Smith (Quirk Books)

The locus list links books to IndieBound and TagShadow always offers IndieBound as one of it’s purchase links. I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore.


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