New Titles – w/e 16th February
Elizabeth Moon – Victory Conditions the 5th and concluding volume of Vatta’s War
Paul Malko – Singularity’s Ring hundred’s of years after an event, the Earth has a ring, people are venturing off-planet again and still nobody knows what happened to 90% of the population…
Brian Selznick – The Invention of Hugo Cabret novel consisting of prose sections together with pages (or double pages) of b&w drawings detailing the characters and situations. Looks very nice.
Michael Moorcock – Elric: The Stealer of Souls volume 1 in the Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melnibone. An omnibus containing The Stealer of Souls and Stormbringer, together with associated essays, articles and early artwork
Robert V. S. Redick – The Red Wolf Conspiracy new fantasy set at sea; looks good!
in ‘B’ format:
Andrzej Sapkokski – The Last Wish Polish fantasy which has been well-received in l/f
Greg Egan more re-issues –
Robert J. Sawyer – Rollback decoding alien messages and anti-aging treatments going wrong…
Sandra McDonald – The Outback Stars very Australian sf!
Herbie Brennan – The Purple Emperor the sequel to Faerie Wars and Ruler of the Realm
Kathleen Bryan – The Serpent and the Rose the 1st in The War of the Rose trilogy. Fantasy.
Paul Park – The White Tyger the 3rd in the alternate history Princess of Roumania series, set in Greater Roumania
Mario Acevedo – X-Rated Blood Suckers the sequel to The Nymphos of Rocky Flats fast moving horror adventure
Bruce Starling – Visibility post-war spys and a hidden Nazi legacy in 50s London
Phillip Jennings – Goodbye Mexico a sequel to Nam-o-Rama thriller
Jill Gregory & Karen Tintori – The Book of Names ancient artifact thriller
Victoria Frances – Favole the portfolio. 6 prints in a card case, measuring approx 26 x 38 cm each…
The Art of H. P. Lovecraft‘s Cthulhu Mythos back in after more than a year… edited by Pat Harrigan & Brian Wood
Alex Raymond – His Life and Work excellent overview!
Simon Bisley – Verotik World b&w art
Wally Wood – Wayout great collection of pulp images – they’re mainly interior illos from Galaxy magazine
Fall of Cthulhu – The Fugue the first collection of the Boom! comic series. This reprints the first 5 issues, I think
Heavy Metal – Spring issue
Doctor Who and the Space War
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