Lighten your miserable Monday with a sunny Solaris round-up!

It is raining. A lot. Upon the roof of Abaddon/Solaris Towers a thousand ducks tap dance continuously, celebrating the onslaught of the Rainpocalypse - or, at least, that's what it sounds like. 

But what better way to get rid of the Monday morning blues than checking out some tip top Solaris reviews? First up is Hush by James Maxey...

The second book in the Dragon Apocalypse trilogy, Elitest Book Reviews had this to say: "Earlier this year I read GREATSHADOW by James Maxey, and despite my cynical reservations it blew me away. Now we have HUSH, the much anticipated sequel that I had to wait excruciating months for. Months! With great excitement I started reading about the most original and colorful fantasy world I have encountered in recent memory."

Hush is now available in the UK and in North America and also as a DRM-free ebook.

Fantastical Librarian called Greatshadow, the first book in the series, "a fabulous read" and said "if you like straight up adventure novels, kick ass heroines and dragons – lots of dragons – then you can't miss Greatshadow". And Fantasy Nibbles says "You hit the ground running with Greatshadow, straight in with the action and you’re pulled along for a brilliant ride".

Witchbreaker, the third book in the trilogy, is due to hits shelves in January.

Next up we have Deadfall Hotel, which Mass Movement Magazine has called "one of the best original ‘horror’ novels I have read in quite a while".

Deadfall Hotel by Steve Rasnic Tem is OUT NOW in paperback and Kindle in the UK and Ireland, and in paperback and Kindle in North America!

And looking ahead, we've had some very kind words from the guys behind Pornokitsch about both our imprints, but they specifically mention Lavie Tidhar’s breakout hit, Osama, which Solaris will be publishing in paperback in October!

Have a good Monday, however wet or sunny it may be :)

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