New Titles – w/e 29th September 2012
Hannu Rajaniemi – The Fractal Prince the sequel to the acclaimed The Quantum Thief. Signed copies available soon
Peter F. Hamilton – Great North Road fat new stand-alone novel, set 130 years in the future, in Newcastle and on the paradise planet St Libra
Ian McDonald – Be My Enemy the sequel to Planesrunner. YA adventure set against a background of multiple worlds and steampunk airships! The 1st one was fun!
J.K. Rowling – The Casual Vacancy her first mainstream novel
in large format:
Hannu Rajaniemi – The Fractal Prince the sequel to The Quantum Thief. Signed copies available soon
Neal Stephenson, Greg Bear, Mark Teppo, Nicole Galland, Eric Bear, Joseph Brassey & Cooper Moo – The Mongoliad Book Two further historical adventures set in 1241. Who among the multiple authors wrote most, I have no idea…
Glen Cook – A Path to Coldness of Heart the 3rd volume of the Last Chronicles of the Dread Empire. The sequel to An Ill Fate Marshalling.
Steven Erikson – The Devil Delivered and other tales includes the title story, Revolvo & Fishin’ With Grandma Matchie
Richard E. Gropp – Bad Glass Dean sneaks into the evacuated city of Spokane and finds it very weird indeed…
John Everson – Night Where Rae hasn’t come home and Mark must save her from the Watchers, who run an evil club they went to…
in ‘B’ format:
Kevin J. Anderson – The Martian War another viewpoint for theevents of The War of the Worlds…
Jack McDevitt – Firebird the 6th Alex Benedict novel; I liked the hardcover a lot
John C. Wright – Count to a Trillion a maths genius takes radical steps to decipher an alien artifact, and wakes up 200 years later with no memory of what happened…
Eric Brown – Helix Wars the sequel to Helix, which I thought was excellent. 200 years after the events in Helix, Jeff Elllis crash-lands in the middle of trouble!
Larry Niven & Steven Barnes – The Moon Maze Game live action role-playing on the moon goes wrong as some of the participants are kidnapped!
Steve White – Wolf Among the Stars the sequel to Eagle Against the Stars. Earth fights for her freedom!
David Drake & John Lambshead – Into the Hinterlands distant colony worlds try to break free from Earth’s control…
James Wesley, Rawles – Survivors in the near future, chaos reigns amidst governmental and financial collapse…
Robert A. Heinlein – Starman Jones reprint from 1953. Max Jones runs away to space…
Steve Alten – Phobos: Mayan Fear his latest thriller. Best read before the end of the year, I expect!
Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child – Gideon’s Corpse the 2nd Gideon case; there’s strong evidence of a terrorist nuclear attack in 10 days, but where’s the bomb?
F. Paul Wilson – The Dark at the End the final Repairman Jack adventure
James Lovegrove – Red Eye John Redlaw investigates a series of attacks on vampires…
L. E. Modesitt, jr. – Scholar the 4th volume of the Imager Portfolio
Edwared Lazellari – Awakenings Cal and Seth both have amnesia, and are being stalked by otherworldly beings…
Marie Brennan – A Star Shall Fall in 1705 The Royal Society must batttle a dragon, last seen nearly destroying London in the Great Fire of 1666…
Anton Strout – Alchemystic the 1st book of the Spellmason Chronicles struggling artist ‘Lexi and a gargoyle named Stannis must fight together to save New York City
Susan Sizemore – Personal Demon Ivy and Christopher battle Jack the Ripper in modern-day Chicago!
Jamie Quaid – Boyfriend From Hell the 1st of the Saturn’s Daughter series. Tina has a part time job in Baltimore’s Radioactive Zone who inadvertantly damns her boyfriend to Hell!…
H. P. Mallory – Something Witchy This Way Comes the 6th Jolie Wilkins adventure
Brandon Massey (editor) – Voices From the Other Side subtitled Dark Dreams II anthology of 17 new horror stories. All of which seem to be copyright 2006 for some reason.
W. Michael Gear & Kathleen O’Neal Gear – A Searing Wind the 3rd in their Contact: The Battle for America series and set around de Soto’s great North American expedition of around 1540
Star Wars – Revan the latest Old Republic novel, by Drew Karkyshyn
Warhammer 40,000 – Treacheries of the Space Marines anthology of 9 short stories, edited by Christian Dunn
Star Wars Art: Illustration large hardback full of your favoutite characters and scenes by over 40 different artists
Star Wars – Lightsabres: A Guide to Weapons of the Force illustrated book all about your favourite weapon! Text by Pablo Hidalgo
Star Trek TNG – 365 page-a-day hardcover book with 365 different photos taken from all The Next Generation tv series. Compiled by Paula M. Block & Terry J. Erdmann
Richard Brassey – Greyfriars Bobby new larger edition of the illustrated story of the dog outside the shop!
Black Static – issue #30, in their new, smaller format
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Transreal Fiction is a shop dedicated to selling science fiction, fantasy & related books, together with a limited selection of other merchandise.But really, it’s about books. Transreal Fiction opened in April 1997 in Cowgatehead and moved to it’s present location nearby in June 2011. The owner, Mike Calder, first sold sf & f books many years ago and has worked in the business either part- or full-time since. For years he also had a respectable job as well, but that’s another story…
The shop is named after the term coined by Rudy Rucker to describe his fiction and I thought it an apt name for a shop specialising in speculative fiction. And, in case you’re wondering, yes, Rudy Rucker was happy to allow me to use of the term as a name for my shop.
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