Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 10th November

in hardback:

Jack McDevittCauldron the 6th Academy novel – the 1st was The Engines of God
Michael MoorcockThe Metatemporal Detective 11 short stories featuring Sir Seaton Begg of the M.I.D.
Terry GoodkindConfession the 11th and final part of The Sword of Truth!

in large format:

Mister Kim NewmanSecret Files of the Diogenes Club a 2nd volume following on from The Man from the Diogenes Club
The Black Lizard Big Book of Pulps massive collection of 50+ crime stories from the pulps of the 20s & 30s. Some nice b&w illos as well…

in ‘B’ format:

Scott LynchRed Seas Under Red Skies the sequel to The Lies of Locke Lamora

in paperback:

Alastair ReynoldsGalactic North short stories

Ray BradburyFarewell Summer the belated sequel to Dandelion Wine
Kristine SmithEndgame the fifth of the Jani Kilian books, which started with Code of Conduct and paused 4 years ago with Contact Imminent
Anne & Todd McCaffreyDragon’s Fire: A New Adventure of Pern volume 21, according to the list inside the cover. Pern has run out of Firestone…

Caitlan R. KiernanBeowulf the novelisation based on the screenplay by Neil Gaiman & Roger Avery for the new film. (The screenplay is also in stock, btw)

Dragonlance Champions #4 – Protecting Palanthas

magazines:

Heavy Metal Fall issue
NewType November cover date
Mome issue 9; Fall 2007, a collection of short pieces by various artists, including the cover and a story by Jim Woodring

art, etc:

Matt WagnerThe Art of Grendal large hardback about a key Dark Horse title
Spectrum 14 the hardcover. The softback came in last week
Gary BasemanMy Hunger for Venison cute sketches of a deer-girl called Venison! With an extra 32 page booklet laid into the back cover
Hoang NguyenMemories Lost looks very nice
Yuichi YokoyamaNew Engineering b&w graphic novel – very striking
Frank SantoroStoreyville large graphic novel; the pastel-coloured panels are sketched and I would guess it’s set before WW1…
Dan DeCarloThe pin-up Art of Dan DeCarlo it doesn’t say, but I’d guess these ‘saucy’ cartoons are mainly from the 50s & 60s
Ken BarrThe Beast Within – the Art of Ken Barr a colour SQP book
Al RioThe Art of Al Rio volume 2 an SQP book
Emmanuel CivielloA Bit of Madness back in stock. Big fantasy graphic novel

Tove JanssenMoomin – the Complete Tove Janssen Comic Strip volume 2. Another 4 adventures

Moby Dick – a pop-up book a brief graphic adaptation with pop-ups of Herman Melville‘s classic novel. Good fun, and excellent pop-ups!

plush toys:

lots of restock, including Sloths
the new animals include badgers and reindeer
I’ll update the list elsewhere once I process them all…

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November 6, 2007 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles

6 Comments »

  1. Badgers, eh? Any chance of a pic?

    Comment by Mister Roy | November 9, 2007 | Reply

  2. Coming soon, Roy; my camera died on me as I was uploading pictures… I’ll get one posted today if I’m lucky.
    They look pretty neat.

    Comment by transrealfiction | November 10, 2007 | Reply

  3. Thanks for listing my books. I wanted to let you know that the Jani Kilian series started with Code of Conduct, which was published in 1999. Rules came next. Endgame is #5.

    Comment by Kristine Smith | November 27, 2007 | Reply

  4. Woops, sorry about the mis-information, Kristine.
    I did actually realise the new one was #5 a bit later, but forgot to change the entry… I’ll do it now!

    Hope it’s selling well for you; any news of a sixth?

    Mike Calder

    Comment by transrealfiction | November 27, 2007 | Reply

  5. I won’t be retiring to the cottage on Cape Cod anytime soon, but all the books are still in print, which means a lot these days. Barring the inevitable unforeseen, ENDGAME is the last book in the series. I may write the odd Jani short story, but I think novel-wise, My Girl’s story is complete.

    Kris

    Comment by Kristine Smith | November 27, 2007 | Reply

  6. Thanks for the info.

    All the best,

    Mike

    Comment by transrealfiction | November 27, 2007 | Reply


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