New Titles – w/e 31st October 2009
Jack McDevitt – Time Travellers Live Forever new stand-alone hardcover – the title says it all! Looks good, and should be the next book I read…
Cory Doctorow – Makers new economic models and fabbing! [using 3D printers or rapid prototyping machines (i.e. fabricating, or fabbing)]
Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois – The Dragon Book all new anthologywith many top authors contributing!
Ursula K. LeGuin – The Left Hand of Darkness nice 40th anniversary hardcover edition!
in large format:
A. M. Dellamonica – Indigo Springs Astrid inherits an old house and discovers a stream of magic flowing beneath it… looks interesting
C. J. Hutchins – 7th Son: Descent near-future thriller featuring assassination by clone!
Celia Friedman – Wings of Wrath part 2 of the Magister Trilogy; part 1 is Feast of Souls, which has just been re-issued with matching cover art…
Michael Moorcock – Elric : In the Dream Realms the 5th volume of the complete Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melnibone. Includes The Fortress of the Pearl and Elric, the Making of a Sorceror, among others…
in ‘B’ format:
Orson Scott Card – Ender in Exile this appears to be set in the period between Ender’s Game and Speaker for the Dead
Geoff Ryman (editor) – When it Changed 15 (or possibly 16*) stories which emphasize the science of science fiction
*Justina Robson opens the anthology with Carbon: Part One and closes it with Carbon: Part Two. I don’t yet know how they’re related.
Celia Friedman – Feast of Souls new jacket to match the l/f sequel just out…
Taylor Anderson – Crusade Destroyermen #2, following on from Into the Storm. An aging American destroyer finds itself at the heart of an alien war in an alternate timestream…
Carlos C. Cortes – The Prisoner from the author of Perfect Circle, this one features a near-future prison system, much like the one in Minority Report, as far as I can tell
Todd McCaffrey – Dragonheart a Dragonriders of Pern novel, based on his mother Anne McCaffrey‘s Pern; the only person who can cure the Dragons has been dead for hundreds of years…
Fiona Patton – The Golden Tower the 2nd instalment of The Warriors of Estavia…
Morgan Howell – Candle in the Storm the sequel to A Woman Worth Ten Coppers, and part 2 of The Shadowed Path
Rachel Caine – Fade Out the 7th book in her highschool-based Morganville Vampires series…
Devon Monk – Magic in the Shadows the 3rd of the Allie Beckstrom novels…
Jennifer Armintrout – Child of Darkness the 2nd of the Lightworld/Darkworld books. The first was Queene of Light, which came out last month…
Gerry Bartlett – Real Vampires Get Lucky paranormal romance featuring ‘plus-sized’ vampire Glory St. Claire
Tom Piccirilli – Shadow Season horror
Will Adams – The Lost Labyrinth ancient artifact thriller
Neal Asher – The Gabble short story collection
Denise Little – The Trouble With Heroes original anthology
Star Wars – 501st an Imperial Commando adventure, by Karen Traviss
The 4400 – Promises Broken the 4th in series, by David Mack
Warhammer – Innocence Proves Nothing another Dark Heresy book from Sandy Mitchell
Warhammer 40,000 – Iron Company a novel of the Empire Army by Chris Wright
Doug Chiang – Mechanika sf art techniques… softcover with a lot of colour, although the initial sketches and treatments are mainly b&w
Digital Art Masters volume 4 the latest in the series, published by Focal Press
R. C. Hunsicker – Roger Hane: Art, Times and Tragedy retrospective softcover
Drakaina: Fantasy Art Muse lated full colour book from SQP, with art featuring the model, Drakaina
Francis Tsai – Extreme Worlds full colour guide to drawing and painting sci-fi art…
Jon Hodgson – Fantasy Art for Beginners step by step guide to creating various fantasy characters and creatures…
Roman Dirge – Noogies the latest Lenore hardback, with 4 additional unbound colour plates
Heavy Metal Fall 2009 issue
Hi Fructose vol 13
Locus October cover date, with Connie Willis on the front; looks like the September issue won’t be coming after all… sorry.
Doctor Who – The Scapegoat the latest Eighth Doctor adventure from Big Finish
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