New Titles – w/e 20th February 2010
John Scalzi – The God Engines slim new hardback from Subterranean Press
F. Paul Wilson – Jack: Secret Circles the 2nd in the trilogy about Repairman Jack as a youngster
Laurell K. Hamilton – Flirt budget UK edition of the latest Anita Blake adventure
in large format:
Joel Shepherd – Sasha the 1st in his new series, A Trial of Blood & Steel about a young swordswoman with a temper…
in ‘B’ format:
Christopher Paolini – Brisingr the 3rd part of the Inheritance trilogy that began with Eragon and Eldest
Ben Kane – The Forgotten Legion 3 very different Romans survive the battle of Carrhae and end up fighting beyond the eastern borders of the Empire…
James Rollins – Jake Ransom and the Skull King’s Shadow his latest ancient artifact thriller, aimed at a younger audience than usual.
Justin Richards – Code of the Krillitanes the latest Doctor Who Quick Read story
Glenda Larke – The Last Stormlord 1st in her new Stormlord series… the Stormlord is dying and without him, the land of Quartern will die from drought
P. J. Parrish – The Little Death gruesome murder in upscale Palm Beach…
Ramsey Campbell – Solomon Kane the novelisation of the new movie featuring the character created by Robert E. Howard
Anton Radevsky & Emma Sanders – Voyage to the Heart of the Matter a pop-up/paper engineering book of The Atlas Experiment at Cern.
photo (not fully popped-up; the ground level buildings are still flat, for instance!)
Martin Conaghan & Will Pickering – Burke & Hare well researched (it has copious appendices) b&w graphic novel about the infamous pair
Stref – Milk signed & numbered hardback of strips and other art. Mainly colour, with some b&w also. His real name is Stephen White.
Dave Eggers – McSweeney’s #33 one of the best editions yet! In the form of an extremely thick Sunday newspaper (called the San Francisco Panorama) with all the supplements, etc. which have authors and artists like Michael Chabon, Art Spiegelman, Steven King, Daniel Clowes and many more contributing articles and strips, etc.
Comes in a sturdy see-through plastic envelope.
Black Static – issue #15
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