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New Titles – w/e 16th August 2014

in hardcover:

Patrick SwensonThe Ultra Thin Man large scale crime and conspiracies as two detectives try to discover who is responsible for crashing a distant planet’s moon into it’s planet…
Lucius ShepherdBeautiful Blood the late auther’s final novel and his only novel length work about the Dragon Griaule. Limited, numbered edition from Subterranean Press
Nichola GriffithHeld historical novel set in 7th C northern England about a king’s niece later to be known as  Saint Hilda of Whitby
John RingoIslands of Rage & Hope the 3rd in his apocalyptic zombie series, Black Tide Rising. Wolf Squadron have plans to take the battle to the mainland!

in large format:

John Hornor JacobsThe Incorruptibles Rome never fell and, in the mid-1880s at the edge of empire, a riverboat makes it’s way through dubious territory up the Rio Grande… two local mercenaries are hired to protect the passengers  from dangers lurking ashore…

David Weber & Jane LindskoldTreecat Wars the 3rd Star Kingdom novel
Eric Flint & Dave FreerSlow Train to Arcturus enjoyable generation starship adventure. As it nears a distant star, one planet’s inhabitants send a mission to investigate the strange object in their night skies…

Hal ClementGateway Omnibus latest volume from Orion, containg Iceworld, Cycle of Fire and Close to Critical
Philip Jose FarmerGateway Omnibus from Orion, containing The Maker of Universes (the 1st of his World of Tiers series), To Your Scattered Bodies Go (the 1st Riverworld novel) and The Unreasoning Mask
Damon KnightGateway Omnibus from Orion containg 4 short story collections of his – Far Out, In Deep, Off Centre and Turning On. Some excellent stuff; I still have my old Ace Double edition of Off Center…

Robert SheckleyStore of the World: the stories of RS. 26 of his stories, mainly from the sf magazines of the 1950s

in ‘B’ format:
John MeaneyResonance the 3rd volume of his millennia-spanning Ragnarok trilogy
J. D. OswaldDreamwalker a young orphan and a young dragon mage may hold the salvation of the kingdom in their hands, um, claws
Dan Abnett & Nik VincentFiefdom long after the Great War the Time of Ice is slowly coming to an end as the ice melts, but the old war machines are stirring… Their 1st Kingdom novel

Poul AndersonThe Broken Sword new edition of the Fantasy Masterwork from Orion
Philip K. DickPuttering About in a Small Land another of his mainstream novels, written in the late 1950s but first published in 1985 after his death

Norman SpinradRaising Hell  plus… the latest Outspoken Author book from PM Press. The title story, plus an essay by him, an interview with him and a bibliography.

in paperback:

James AxlerShadow Born the latest Outlanders post-apocalypse adventure. #61, I think.

art, etc:

Gill HatcherThe Beginner’s Guide to Being Outside well produced short graphic novel about a young girl who grows to appreciate the Scottish outdoors! I’ve previously stocked her Go Wildlife and Team Girl comics…

August 15, 2014 Posted by | Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 9th August 2014

in hardcover:

Robin HobbFool’s Assassin part 1 of her latest Farseer trilogy, Fitz and the Fool
Brent WeeksThe Broken Eye volume 3 of his Lightbringer trilogy

John VarleyDark Lightning belated 4th volume in his Red Lightning series about space colonisation…
Jo WaltonMy Real Children one elderly woman; two sets of memories… no wonder she’s confused!

Mercedes Lackey & James MalloryThe House of the Four Winds the duke of the tiny Balkan duchy of Swansgaard has 12 daughters and a lone son. Too many to support, so in this volume the eldest, Clarice, signs on for a trip to the New World… Part 1 of One Dozen Daughters
Lev GrossmanThe Magician’s Land 3rd in the series that began with The Magicians
Kat RichardsonRevenant the 9th Greywalker novel
Mark HodderThe Return of the Discontinued Man the 5th Burton & Swinbourne adventure…

Marie PhillipsThe Table of Less Valued Knights ‘Arthurian’ story featuring the exploits of knights not good enough to sit at the Round Table. They have to sit at one with a wonky leg… Her previous book, Gods Behaving Badly (2008) was fun; Greek gods living quietly in a shabby mansion in present day London…

George R. R. Martin & Gardner Dozois (editors) – Rogues hefty anthology of 21 stories from the best fantasy authors out there; Gaiman, Rothfuss, Lynch, Abercrombie and many more, with a new Game of Thrones story by one of the editors!
Ursula K. LeGuinThe Real and the Unreal: Where on Earth volume 1 of a pair of books collecting her best short fiction

in large format:

Charles E. GannonTrial by Fire the sequel to Fire by Fire and volume 2 in his Tales of the Terran Republic
Jagopo Della QuerciaThe Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy Lincoln’s son and President Taft in a steampunk adventure carefully composed around real historical events…

Daniel AbrahamThe Widow’s House the 4th volume of The Dagger and the Crown

in ‘B’ format:

Eric Brown - Jani and the Greater Game fun steampunk adventure  set in India as the British Empire, Russia and China play the ‘great game’ and Jani is caught in the middle of it all when Russia shoots fown an Imperial Airship carrying her back from England to see her dying father, one-time Minister of Security on the Indian Cabinet. Signed copies available.
William DietzAndromeda’s Choice sequel to Andromeda’s Fall. Set in his Legion of the Damned universe and featuring Andromeda McKee, top Legion fighter…
Daryl GregoryAfterparty the after effects of a new drug on it’s inventors! I really enjoyed the hardback earlier this year
Daryl GregoryWe Are All Completely Fine a psychiatrist persuades several apparently insane patients to join a support group and try to work out which of their demons are real… Always an interesting author.

Alan CampbellThe Art of Hunting sequel to The Sea of Ghosts and part 2 of The Gravedigger Chronicles
Richard FordThe Shattered Crown the sequel to Herald of the Storm and part 2 of his Steelhaven series

Jim HinesCodex Born the sequel to Libriomancer and vbook 2 of Magic ex Libris
Tom PollockThe Glass Republic in London-Under-Glass everything is reversed and Pen must venture there seeking her mirror-sister Parva…
James TreadwellAnarchy sequel to dark fantasy Advent
Ari MarmellHot Lead, Cold Iron Mick Oberon turned his back on the Fae and became a PI in Chicago. But his new case involves tracking down a changeling…
Jon SteeleAngel City set in the shadows where the angels dwell…
Mark HodderThe Secret of Abdu el Yezdi the 4th Burton & Swinbourne adventure…
Guy Gavriel KayRiver of Stars sequel to Under Heaven and set again in his version of ancient China…

Steve Haynes (editor) – The Best British Fantasy 2014 14 stories including 2 by Edinburgh residents Helen Jackson and Georgina Bruce and at least another 2 by Scots now living elsewhere.

in paperback:

Rob ThurmanDownfall the 9th Cal Leandros adventure
Stephen BlackmooreBroken Souls 3rd in his City of the Lost series…
Irene RadfordThe Wandering Dragon 3rd in her Children of the Dragon Nimbus series; the 13th Dragon Nimbus book overall

Steve WhitePirates of the Timestream 3rd of the Jason Thanoi adventures, which began with Blood of the Heroes

Dan AbnettThe Unremembered Empire the latest of the Horus Heresy adventures, set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe

art, etc:

John AlvinThe Art of JA hardback with both finished full-colour art and sketches, etc. Also 1/2 page of text introducing each project; Batman, Jurassic Park,  Willow, E.T., etc.
Lorenzo SperlongaDirty Works full colour softback with mainly finished pieces but also a few preliminary sketches… Also titled New Art Fantastix #1
Brian Michael BendisWords for Pictures subtitled ‘the art and business of writing comics and graphic novels‘. Includes chapters by top editor Diana Schutz  and several others

Neil Gaiman & P. Craig RussellMurder Mysteries hardback graphic novel, with sketches and an interview, etc at the back
Carol SwainGast b&w story of a young girl who moves to rural Wales and starts to investigate a death

Alexandro Jodorowsky, Zoran Janjetov & Fred BeltranThe Technopriests: Supreme Collection hardcover from Humanoids
Christian Perrissin & Boro Pavlocic- El Nino hardcover from Humanoids. Red Cross nurse Vera discovers she was born conjoined with, but soon separated from, a modern day pirate known as el Nino!
Xavier Dorison & Christophe BecSanctum hardcover from Humanoids, previously issued in 2 volumes. A  submarine lost 70 years ago is found in strange circumstances…
Jerry Frissen & BillUnfabulous Five a handful of Mexican wrestlers take up the fight against crime. Hardcover from Humanoids

Jeffrey BrownStar Wars: Goodnight Darth Vader neat little hardback with colour sketches and rhyming couplets… well, doggerel, really.

magazines:

Illustration – #45 big features on Mead Schaeffer and Michael Dolas
Locus – #642, July cover date with Edinburgh Book Festival guest Jeff Vandermeer on the cover. June’s issue has still not turned up.
Galaxy’s Edge – issue #9

audio:

Doctor WhoThe Abandoned Forth Doctor adventure 3.7 from Big Finish, with Tom baker and Luise Jameson

2015 wall calendars:

CirueloDragons 16 month calendar

August 8, 2014 Posted by | Author News, Signed Books, Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 2nd August 2014

in hardcover:

Django WexlerThe Shadow Throne part 2 of The Shadow Campaigns and sequel to  The Thousand Names, which I found very enjoyable… In this volume the action switches to Vordan City and it’s surrounding area

Tom KratmanThe Rods and the Axe sequel to Come and Take Them, itself the 5th in the series that began with A Desert Called Peace
Lauren BeukesBroken Monsters an artistic serial killer in Detroit…

George MannEngines of War new Doctor Who adventure featuring the War Doctor set during the Great Time War

in large format:

Steve WhiteGhosts of Time the 4th in his series that began with Blood of the Heroes
Emily Croy Barker – The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Real Magic Nora wanders off from a wedding party and finds herself in a magical realm…

in ‘B’ format:

Scott LynchThe Republic of Thieves the 3rd in the fantasy series that began with The Lies of Locke Lamora and Red Seas Under Red Skies
Kevin HearneShattered the 6th of the Iron Druid Chronicles

in paperback:

Jean JohnsonHardship the 4th in her Theirs Not To Reason Why series, which began with A Soldier’s Duty
L. E. Modesitt, jr. – The One-Eyed Man consultant Paulo Verano arrives on Stittara to assess the ecological impact of the human colonists on the planet. Shades of Stableford’s Daedalus Mission series!
David S. Goyer & Michael CassuttHeaven’s Fall the 3rd in the trilogy that began with Heaven’s Shadow. 20 years on, the Earth people living on the giant spaceship dubbed Keanu discover that their enemies the Reivers have occupied the Earth….
Timothy ZahnCobra Slave part 1 of his Cobra Rebellion series, which obviously fits in with his Cobra and Cobra War trilogies…

Wen SpencerEight Million Gods is horror novelist Nikki really going insane, or are ancient Japanese gods actually out to get her!?
John LambsheadWolf in Shadow before the gleaming financial towers occupied London’s East End, there were older, magical beings to be found and some of them are still there…

Bailey CunninghamPath of Smoke the sequel to Pile of Bones and the 2nd in the Parallel Parks series. At midnight, everything in the park changes!
J. C. NelsonFree Agent 1st of the Grimm Agency cases; the Fairy Godfather can help but there’s always a price!
Margaret Weis & Robert KrammesStorm Riders the sequel to Shadow Raiders; part two of The Dragon Brigade Trilogy

Arianne ‘Tex’ ThompsonOne Night in Sixes weird western!

Star WarsKenobi the story of Obi Wan after the Clone Wars, by John Jackson Miller

audio:

Doctor WhoBreaking Bubbles 4 shorter pieces instead of one long drama, all featuring Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant. Big Finish audio drama #188

August 1, 2014 Posted by | Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 26th July 2014

in hardcover:

Django DexlerThe Forbidden Library charming YA adeventure set in a strange library (and it’s books!)

in ‘B’ format:

William Le QueuxIf England Were Invaded written in 1906 about a German invasion in 1910

in paperback:

Greg KeyesFirestorm prequel to Dawn of the Planet of the Apes!
Andy RemicThe White Towers the 2nd in his Rage of Kings series…
Jennifer EstepPoison Promise the 11th in her ElementalAssassin series…
Hannah JayneUnder the Final Moon the 6th of her Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles

Star TrekSecond Nature part one of David Mack‘s new Seekers series, featuring the scoutship Sagittarius and the cruiser Endeavour

art, etc:

Dave McKeanShort Narrative Book Two: Exhibition hefty volume packed full of his art
CG Characters From Sketch to Finish new volume from Dopress Books/Cypi Press. Almost all full colour
CG Scenes From Sketch to Finish new volume from Dopress Books/Cypi Press. Almost all full colour
Fred GambinoDark Shepherd: The Art of FG full colour hardback of his sf art
Frank Frazetta, jr. – Frank Frazzeta: Art and Remembrances hardcover retrospective with text by his son

Alejandro Jodorowsky, José Ladrönn & MoebiusFinal Incal slipcased edition; one of only 1500 printed.

R. B. WhiteSketchbook 1 b&w sketches of fantasy warrior women

magazines:

Juxtapoz – August cover date
Brick Journal – #29, June Cover date. All about Lego
Comics Review – June  cover date; reprints of (mainly) b&w comic strips. Includes Tarzan, Krazy Kat, Flash Gordon, Ally Oop and many more!

2015 Calendars:

George R. R. MartinA Song of Ice and Fire 2015 with a dozen illustrations by Donato Giancola

July 25, 2014 Posted by | Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 19th July 2014

in hardcover:

Hannu RajaniemiThe Causal Angel the 3rd in his series featuring Jean le Flambeur.
Signed copies will be available soon!

Harry TurtledoveLast Orders the 6th and final book in his series, The War That came Early, about a WW2 that started in 1938 with Hitler’s War
James P. BlaylockThe Adventure of The Ring of Stones his latest short novel featuring Langdon St. Ives and illustrated by J. K. Potter. Signed & numbered edition from Subterranean Press.

in large format:

Gardner Dozois (editor) – The Year’s Best Science Fiction Thirty-First Annual Collection 32 of the best stories of the previous year, with the usual annual round-up and further recommendations listing

Hannu RajaniemiThe Causal Angel the 3rd in his series featuring Jean le Flambeur.
Signed copies will be available soon!

John BrunnerGateway Omnibus from Orion. Contains 3 of my favourite books of his – The Sheep Look Up, The Shockwave Rider and The Traveller in Black (which is 4 related novellas)

in ‘B’ format:

Eric BrownRites of Passage collection of 4 novellas
Marcus SakeyBrilliance huge numbers of exceptionally smart children are being born… What will happen to them and how will the world be changed as they mature?

magazines:

Black Static  – #41 with July/August cover date. Lead story by Tim Waggoner
Gramarye – issue #5, Summer 2014 published by the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy. Interesting looking journal; includes articles on topics such as Jim Henson and Spring-Heeled Jack

gift:

Ian DoescherWilliam Shakespeare’s The Jedi Doth Return the latest sequel to William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, in the same little hardback format.

July 18, 2014 Posted by | Signed Books, Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

The Causal Angel – Hannu Rajaniemi

Contrary to what I understood, Hannu will be able to sign copies of his new book, The Causal Angel, for me.

The book itself is £20.00 and mailing prices will be as for Charlie’s recent Laundry novel, The Rhesus Chart. i.e. within the UK it’ll be £22.80

Europe, £20 + £6.60

World, £20.00 + £10.15

Australia & NZ, £20 + £10.75

Let me know how you’d like it signed and which postage rate applies and I’ll send a PayPal Invoice.

____

“With his infectious love of storytelling in all its forms, his rich characterisation and his unrivalled grasp of thrillingly bizarre cutting-edge science, Hannu Rajaniemi has swiftly set a new benchmark for SF in the 21st century. And now with his third novel he completes the tale of his gentleman rogue, the many lives and minds of Jean de Flambeur. Influenced as much by the fin de siecle novels of Maurice leBlanc as he is by the greats of SF, Rajaniemi weaves intricate, warm capers through dazzling science, extraordinary visions of wild future and deep conjecture on the nature of reality and story.

And now we find out what will happen to Jean, his employer Miele, the independently minded ship Perhonnen and the rest of a fractured and diverse humanity flung through the solar system.”

 

 

July 14, 2014 Posted by | Announcements, Author News, Signed Books, Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 12th July 2014

in hardback:

Lewis CarrollAlice’s Adventures in Wonderland with illustrations in both colour and b&w by Tove Jansson (of Moomins fame)

in ‘B’ format:

Greg EganThe Arrows of Time the 3rd book of his Orthogonal trilogy, which began with The Clockwork Rocket and then The Eternal Plan
Max FreiThe Stranger’s Shadow the 4th book of The Labyrinths of Echo. Translated from Russian by Polly Gannon & Ast A. Moore
Tom HoltThe Outsorcerer’s Apprentice great title! How to make fairytale lands actually financially viable!
Robert RankinThe Chickens of Atlantis, and Other Fowl and Fluffy Fiends further adventures and musings of a time-travelling monkey butler
Sarah PinboroughCharm a new take on the ‘true’ story of Cinderella!

James Tiptree, jr. – Her Smoke Rose Up Forever great collection of her best work, now in the SF Masterworks series from Gollancz
Philip K. DickVoices from the Street early mainstream novel set in California in 1952, first issued by his estate in 2007.

Paul RolandSteampunk: Back to the Future with the New Victorians overview of all things steampunk. 8 page colour insert.

in paperback:

Alex IrvineDawn of the Planet of the Apes novelisation of the new film

art, etc:

Hayley CampbellThe Art of Neil Gaiman heavily illustrated literary biography of Neil Gaiman. Includes copies of letters, articles, photos and much more.

Jules Verne & Gary GianniTwenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea nice graphic novel version of the famous story. Also includes an illustrated text version of  the lesser-known Sea Raiders by H. G. Wells; sea monsters are seen at a little English fishing port…
Lob RochetteSnowpiercer new edition of the 1982 French comic which inspired the current film. The last people alive are on a train in a frozen world… b&w

Chris KentFlood nice little illustrated story about a flood. One colour illo. per page.
Chris KentGolem gothic graphic novel set on 1897 about  man who raises a golem… b&w pencil work

audio:

Doctor WhoMasquerade adventure #187 from Big Finish. With Peter Davidson & Sarah Sutton

July 11, 2014 Posted by | Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 5th July

in hardcover:

Charles StrossThe Rhesus Chart the 5th Laundry novel. Signed copies available! (not all pre-ordered mail order copies have been signed but he’ll be back soon to finish them, so please be patient)

Joe AbercrombieHalf a King Prince Yarvi has vowed to regain his throne…
Terry BrooksThe High Druid’s Blade the latest Shannara volume – part 1 of The Defenders of Shannara. Depending if you include The Word and the Void trilogy, it’s either #23 or #26 overall!

Tobias S. BuckellHurricane Fever sequel to the post-climate change thriller Arctic Rising
Paul ParkAll Those Vanished Engines an alternate history in three parts; starting after an alternate Civil War then moving to the present day and finally into the near future, where a bizarre secret is uncovered…
Rachel Pollack – The Child Eater Matyas has run away to Wizard School to learn how to fly, and in our world Simon tries to hide his strange powers. They’ll never meet, but they must work together…

in large format:

John Scalzi (editor)  – Metatropolis 5 novellas with a common background, by Scalzi, Elizabeth Bear, Tobias Buckell, Karl Schroeder & the late Jay Lake

in ‘B’ format:

Tobias S. BuckellHurricane Fever sequel to the post-climate change thriller Arctic Rising, which  I really enjoyed last year
Peter LineyThe Detainee the punishment satellites are constantly watching over the prison island but someone discovers a secret…
Guy AdamsThe Clown Service Toby Greene is reassigned to a strange, secretive branch of the security services…
Django WexlerThe Thousand Names set at a desert outpost on the edge of empire; part 1 of The Shadow Campaigns

Doctor WhoTales of Trenzalore 4 stories set at different times during it’s seige… Let it Snow by Justin Richards, An Apple a Day by George Mann, Strangers in the Outland by Paul Finch & The Dreaming by Mark Morris

in paperback:

Alex ArcherThe Devil’s Chord  the 49th Rogue Angel adventure…
James AxlerDesolation Angels the 68th Death Lands adventure…

art, etc:

Digital Art Masters – volume 9 from 3DTotal Publishing

Nick BertozziShackleton: Antarctic Odyssey b&w graphic novel of his famous, disastrous expedition (which turned out well!)
Harlan Ellison & Paul Chadwick with Ken Steacy7 Against Chaos full colour graphic novel

magazines:

Hi-Fructose – volume 32
Heavy Metal – #269
Brick Journal – issue #28 all about Lego

 

July 3, 2014 Posted by | Author News, Signed Books, Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 28th June 2014

in hardback:

Larry CorreiaMonster Hunter: Nemesis the 5th in the series…

William H. Patterson jr. - Robert A. Heinlein: The Man Who Learned Better the 2nd volume of Heinlein’s biography, covering the years from 1948 until his death in 1988. Volume 1 was called RAH: Learning Curve and was published in 2010

in large format:

Adrian TchaikovskySeal of the Worm the 10th and final volume of The Shadows of the Apt.
P. C. HodgellThe Sea of Time the 7th of the Chronicles of the Kencyrath

Robert M. Price (editor) – Acolytes of Cthulhu: Short Stories Inspired by H. P. Lovecraft 28 stories from all sorts of authors, from Gaiman to Borges and Meyrink!

in paperback:

John RingoUnder a Graveyard Sky zombie apocalypse adventure; the first half is the meltdown, then there’s a minor gap and the story resumes as our heroes are putting together a flotilla of small boats in the Caribbean and North Atlantic to look for other survivors who also fled to sea…  Book 2 is in hardback and is called To Sail A Darkling Sea.
Gary Gibson – Marauder epic space opera, the 3rd in the loose series that began with Final Days and The Thousand Emperors
Mike Shepherd – Target the 1st in his new Vicky Peterwald series; Grand Duchess Victoria has joined the Space Navy. It’s related to his Kris Longknife series but you don’t have to have read them…
Ben Bova – New Earth the colonisation of a distant planet… I think it’s a distant sequel to his recent Farside, about it’s discovery.

Mark Charan NewtonDrakenfield 1st in a new series. When his father dies Lucan Drakenfield is recalled to the Imperial city of Tryum and is soon investigating the murder of the king’s sister…
Craig CormickThe Shadow Master in the Walled City powerful families vie for control, each using the best minds they can buy – the inventor Leonardo and the alchemist Gallileo!
James A. MooreThe Blasted Lands in this sequel to Seven Forges a storm wrecks havoc on The Blasted Lands and The Broken are coming…

Django WexlerThe Thousand Names book 1 of The Shadow Campaigns at the distant edge of Empire, 3 men lead the defense of a lonely outpost…
Robeert Asprin & Jody Lynn NyeDragons Deal 3rd in the humorous fantasy series

Paul KearneyThe Way to Babylon reprint of one of his early novels; a hospitalised fantasy author loses interest in his craft, but his characters need his help to save their land…

Kat RichardsonPossession the 7th in the Greywalker series
Gail Z. MartinDeadly Curiosities 1st in a new series about a family who, for generations, have been aquiring and neutralising magical items

D&DThe Reaver the 4th in The Sundering series set in the Forgotten Realms, by Richard Lee Byers

Star Trek TNGThe Light Fantastic by Jeffrey Lang
Star WarsCrucible 45 years after the events in the original movie… new novel with some of the original characters by Troy Denning

Jonathan Strahan (editor) – Reach for Infinity 14 top writers look at humanity among the stars… includes McLeod, Reynolds, McDonald, Egan, Cadigan, Rajaniemi and more!

art, etc:

Jeremy Frommer & Rick Schwartz (editors) – The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni large hardback bursting with full-colour art from the magazine. Intro by th magazine’s one-time editor, Ben Bova

Graeme AymerDragon Art hardback featuring work from more than 50 fantasy artists with a forward by John Howe. Back in stock.
Kasra Ghanbari (editor) – Libretto: volume one – Vampirism large full-colour softcover with art from 19 different artists, and an interview with each of them

The Lord of the RingsThe Definitive Movie Posters outsize volume of 20 full-colour double-sided removable light card posters (i.e. 40 images). Art is all for the 3 Peter Jackson films.

Alexandro Jororowsky & Das PastorasMetabarons Genesis: Castaka slipcased limited edition from Humanoids
Juan GimenezLeo Roa re-issue of the zany adventures of a young journalist. From Humanoids

Meags FitzgeraldPhotobooth: a Biography b&w graphic novel about someone obsessed with photo-booths!

audio:

Doctor WhoDestroy the Infinite the latest Fourth Doctor adventure (#3.6) from Big Finish. With Tom Baker & Luise Jameson

June 27, 2014 Posted by | Transreal New Titles | Leave a comment

Signed Copies of The Rhesus Chart

Yes, it’s the new Laundry novel from Charlie Stross and it’s due out at the beginning of July.
As before, he’s agreed to sign copies for me.

It’s the UK Orbit hardcover and will cost £16.99 + postage.
Postage will be £2.80 within the UK (2nd class parcel under 1kg)
To the rest of Europe it’ll be £6.60
To most of the rest of the world it’ll be £10.15
And to Australia/NZ it’s £10.75

Books can be signed with a plain signature, or with the date, location or brief greeting added. Not the first line though, I’m afraid.
Drop me a note at enquiries@transreal.co.uk saying how you’d like it signed and where it’s to be sent and I’ll issue a PayPal Invoice (which will ask for your full address).
(People who have already e-mailed me should receive their invoices or an e-mail shortly, so no need to remind me)

And I should be able to supply the Laundry novella Equoid to be published by Subterranean Press soon; it’s likely to be £25.00 + postage.

 

 

 

 

June 21, 2014 Posted by | Announcements, Author News, Shop News & Chat, Signed Books | 1 Comment

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