Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 13th March 2010

In hardback:

Alastair ReynoldsTerminal World his latest large-scale sf novel; looks very good!

Liane MercielThe River King’s Road part one of a new fantasy series set in Ithelas, where a fragile peace between two warring kingdoms is being sorely tested…

Steve MockusHow to Speak Zombie illustrated book describing usefil phrases zombies might use. And it includes a talkbox sort of thing with 10 buttons – each with a different phrase!

in large format:

Dmitry GlukhovskyMetro 2033 humanity is almost wiped out, except for some survivors living in the Moscow Underground (which was designed with being a bomb shelter as a secondary function… ) Translated from Russian by Natasha Randall
Stephen BaxterXeelee: an omnibus the 4 novels Raft, Timelike Infinity, Flux and Ring in one very big volume!

Darrell Schweitzer & Martin H. Greenberg (editors) – Full Moon City all new werewolf stories… includes Peter S. BeagleTanith Lee, Gene Wolfe and  other high-profile contributors

In ‘B’ format:

Robert HoldstockAvilion presumably the late author’s final novel; the 5th in his Mythago Cycle
Mark ChadbournDestroyer of Worlds the 3rd book in the Kingdom of the Serpent series Jack of Ravens and The Burning Man were the 1st two.

Rosemary Grey (editor) – Scottish Ghost Stories fat volume of ghost stories, mostly by well-known authors (Buchan, Scott, RLS, etc) with only a few by the dreaded ‘Anonymous’! It’s been out for some time, but I’ve only now decided to stock it.

in paperback:

David WeberBy Heresies Distressed the 3rd in the series that began with Off Armageddon Reef, set on a remote Terran colony which has forgotten it’s technological base
Ian DouglasStar Carrier book one of his new Earth Strike series. Aliens are on the popint of invading, in order to keep humans from achieving a scientific turning point…
Warren HammondEx-Kop the sequel to Kop, about a (space) colonial ex-policeman

Jim ButcherTurn Coat the 11th of the Dresden Files, featuring Harry Dresden, PI.

Gene WolfeSoldier of Sidon the 3rd of the Soldier in the Mist books, featuring Latro, who has in incredibly short memory…
Eric NylundMortal Coils two youngsters are being brought up by their slightly strange aunt and grandmother… but powerful members of their family (on both sides) are looking for them. I enjoyed the l/f edition a while ago.

Leopoldo GoutGhost Radio late night phone-in show for creatures, and people, of the night… Like Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty series, I guess.

magazines, etc:

The Avenger – issue #3, featuring 2 Kenneth Robeson stories, The Frosted Death and The Glass Mountain together with original b&w illos, articles and a short story by Paul Ernst

One latest issue of the free magazine, produced in Edinburgh


March 9, 2010 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles

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  1. Your readers should know that in celebration of the mass market paperback release of “Ghost Radio” by Leopoldo Gout the book’s official blog ( is hosting a series of contests with chances to win autographed copies of the book and other prizes!

    The contests close on March 13, 2010.

    So pop over to the blog and enter now. It only takes a few seconds.

    The chance of free books and other cool stuff … what are you waiting for?

    Here’s a sample of some of the raves “Ghost Radio” has received:

    “Ghost Radio reminded me of early Stephen King — Carrie and Pet Sematary and The Dead Zone. The story sticks with you long after you’ve finished the final page.”

    – James Patterson

    “A first novel that moves with deserved confidence into Stephen King territory … Palpable, almost visible cross-cultural creepiness that never lets up: very smart thrills.”

    – Kirkus Reviews

    “A deliciously creepy yarn … Gout’s fusion of radio-show culture and paranormal occurrences produces a winning compound.”

    – Booklist

    “A thrilling literary and visual experience, this contemporary ghost story set in Mexico is a fast-moving and enjoyable read. The story and writing style recall early Stephen King and Joe Hill’s Heart-Shaped Box.”

    – Library Journal

    Comment by ghostradioworld | March 12, 2010 | Reply

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