Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 20th March 2010

in hardback:

Charles StrossThe Trade of Queens the 6th and final book in his Merchant Princes series
Gene WolfeThe Sorcerer’s House an ex-con discovers he’s heir to a big old house…
Joe HillHorns Ig Perrish wakes up with a terrible hangover, and a pair of horns growing from his head…

George R. R. Martin & Gardner Dozoiz (editors) – Warriors 20 stories from some of the top names in the field. Looks excellent.

in large format:
Jasper KentThirteen Years Later the sequel to Twelve, set in Russia in the years between Napoleon and the Crimea

Jonathan Strahan (editor) – The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: volume four 29 top stories from 2009
Ellen Datlow (editor) – The Best Horror of the Year: volume two the best horror from 2009

Star Trek Seven Deadly Sins 7 stories set in the Star Trek universe, by Greg Cox , Keith R. A. DeCandido, Britta Burdett Dennison, Marc D. Giller, David A. McIntee, James Swallow and Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

DragonlanceRaistlin Chronicles an omnibus edition containing The Soul Forge and Brothers in Arms, both written by Margaret Weis & Don Perrin

in ‘B’ format:

George MannGhosts of Manhattan the 3rd in his steampunk series, now in 1920s new York…

Stephen Jones (editor) – The Best of Best New Horror to celebrate 20 years of The Best New Horror anthologies, this volume reprints one story from each of the 20 annual volumes!

in paperback:

Poul AndersonDavid Falkayn: Star Trader omnibus edition containing 6 lenghty stories (one novel length) and a short story, together with a timeline, etc.
Joe AbercrombieLast Argument of Kings final part of The First Law trilogy
Oliver BowdenRenaissance the 1st spin-off novel from the Assassin’s Creed computer game. Premium edition
Eric GarciaRepomen now it’s a soon-to-be-released near future sf movie, they’ve re-titled and re-issued last year’s The Repossession Mambo


Interzone #227 March/April cover date


March 15, 2010 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles

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  1. […] Shelf Life Interzone 227 is now available from Fantastic Literature and Transreal Fiction. […]

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