Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 23rd May 2009

in hardback:

Dubravka Ugresik Baba Yaga Laid an Egg intriguing-looking new take on the old legend, translated from Croatian by Ellen Elias-Bursac, Celia Hawkesworth & Mark Thompson

in large format:

Greg EganDark Integers and other stories
Tim LebbonThe Island a dark fantasy novel of Noreela
Kirsten Imani KasaiIce Song 2 separate personalities alternately share a body; this makes the quest they’re on very awkward! Interesting-looking fantasy

Ursula K. LeGuinCheek by Jowl 8 essays or talks giving her views on the importance of fantasy literature.

in ‘B’ format:

Scott AndrewsOperation Motherland the latest of The Afterblight Chronicles!

Karel CapekThe Gardener’s Year back in after a lapse of several years; Capek’s look at gardening over the course of the year. Very readable, even by non-gardeners!

in paperback:

Kim HarrisonWhite Witch, Black Curse the 7th Rachel Morgan adventure…

C. C. FinlayA Spell for the Revolution the sequel to The Patriot Witch, and part 2 of the Traitor to the Crown trilogy
Greg van EekhoutNorse Code a genome project identifies Kathy as a descendent of Odin… but she’s already been recruited by the Norse Gods
Rachel CaineCarpe Corpus the 6th Morganville Vampires book, set on a minor college campus in Texas
Kendra Leigh CastleWild Highland Magic 3 American werewolves return to their homeland (it is the Year of Homecoming, after all) and go to rejoin the Clan MacInnes werewolves…
Andy McDermottThe Secret of Excalibur the 3rd ancient artifact adventure featuring Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase

Star WarsOrder 66 the latest Republic Commando novel, by Karen Traviss

art, etc:

Hi-Fructose Collected Edition hardback book of the best of the early issues; this is the book that was issues with extra material in a box a couple of months ago… more copies of the boxed edition is on backorder, but unlikely to be supplied, I’m afraid.


Interzone #222 includes fiction by Sean McMullen and an interview with Jim Woodring! Pity the mail failed to deliver it for two days and then, despite my being open, delivered it next door anyway!


May 19, 2009 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles

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