New Titles – w/e 29th May 2010
James P. Hogan – Migration a diverse collection of cultures form the populations of the pods of a generation starship fleeing a ravaged Earth…
Scarlett Thomas – Our Tragic Universe latest h/c from the author of Popco and The End of Mr. Y
Mark Campbell – Doctor Who: The Episode Guide from the beginning right through to the end of the Tennant episodes, with sections on the spin-offs, including Sarah Jane Adventures, Torchwood and the audio adventures from Big Finish…
in large format:
Stephen Baxter – Stone Spring part 1 of his new Northland trilogy, in which ‘Doggerland’ (the now submerged land between the UK and the Continent) remains habitable, thus having effects on history from the earliest times… Definitely on my reading list!
Matthew Sturges – The Office of Shadow sequel to Midwinter; covert ops in the world of Faerie!
Jenna Black – Glimmerglass Dana Holloway runs away from her mother to find her missing father, but discovers that she’s a Faeriewalker with special powers to control magic here, or technology in Faerie…
Shane Jones – Light Boxes brief novel set in a town where it is always February and flying of any sort, even children’s baloons, is banned
William Jones (editor) – High Seas Cthulhu 20 short stories of swashbuckling adventures and oceanic terror!
in ‘B’ format:
Steven Erikson – Dust of Dreams the 9th Tale of the Mazalan Book of the Fallen. Another 1250 pages in the saga!
Mark Charan Newton – Nights of Villjamur 1st book in the Legends of the Red Sun, set as climate change forces hordes of refugees to the capital, where the emperor has just died and rumours circulate that more than cold and snow is approaching…
Joe Abercrombie – Best Served Cold the long-running war inStyria means good employment for mercenaries…
Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson – The Winds of Dune set directly after Dune Messiah, by Frank Herbert and to be followed in due course by The Throne of Dune.
Mike Ashley (editor) – The Mammoth Book of Apocalyptic SF 2 dozen stories, mainly from the last couple of decades, but with some older stories, back to A Pail of Air by Fritz Leiber from 1951…
Robert Charles Wilson – Julian Comstock: a story of 22nd century America excellent novel set in post-collapse America
Mark L. Van Name – Overthrowing Heaven the 3rd Jon & Lobo (his sentient tank) adventure
John Ringo – Eye of the Storm the 13th Posleen adventure, featuring General Michael O’Neal
Tony Ballantyne – Twisted Metal planet-wide robot wars!
Newt Gingritch & William Forstchen – Days of Infamy sequel to their alternate history novel, Pearl Harbor
Wil Mara – Wave a giant tsunami is approaching Newe Jersey!
Andre Norton – The Game of Stars and Comets omnibus of 4 novels: The Sioux Spaceman, Eye of the Monster, The X Factor and Voorloper
Juliet E. McKenna – Banners in the Wind the 3rd of the Chronicles of the Lescari Revolution
Freda Warrington – Elfland every 7 years the Gates to the Other World are opened, but this time they remain closed!
Alison Sinclair – Darkborn sequel to Lightborn, about a land where the two peoples share a city, divided by daylight and nighttime
Kelly McCullouch – SpellCrash the 5th in her WebMage series…
Caitlin Kittredge – Daemon’s Mark the 5th Nocturne City novel, featuring werewolf homicide detective Luna Wilder
Jes Battis – Inhuman Resources the 3rd OSI (Occult Special Investigations) novel
Ilona Andrews – Magic Bleeds the 4th outing for Kate Daniels, who keeps the paranormal denizens of Atlanta under control…
Phaedra Weldon – Phantasm the 3rd Zoe Martinique Investigation
Stacia Kane – Unholy Ghosts the Dead have risen, and witch and ghost-hunter Chess Putnam has a dark secret…
Jack Ketchum – Joyride
L. H. Maynard & M. P. N. Sims – Night Souls another Department 18 outing
Jennifer Estep – Web of Lies sequel to Spider’s Bite and the 2nd in the Elemental Assassin series…
Star Wars – Omen the 2nd in the Fate of the Jedi series, written by Christie Golden
Warhammer – Bloodborn by Nathan King, featuring Ulrika the Vampire
Warhammer 40,000 – Courage and Honour the 5th Ultramarines novel, by Graham McNeill
Luis Royo – Dead Moon: Epilogue his latest hardback, includes a dvd with documentary and galleries
Mark Wilkinson – Shadowplay hardback giving a comprehensive look at his work especially for his work for bands such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest… hardback
Scott Purdy – Draw & Paint Fantasy Art: Vampires just what it says!
Stuart Littlejohn – Fantasy Landscapes in watercolour step-by-step instructions on several projects, such as a wizard’s cave…
Jim Pavelic – Wreaking Havoc how to draw barbarians, etc.
Jim Woodring – Weathercraft hardback with further adventures of Manhog, Frank, Pupshaw & Pushpaw and more!
George Herriman – Krazy & Ignatz 1916 – 1918 large softcover collecting all the strips from the period… some colour, but mainly b&w
Michael Zigerlig – H. P. Lovecraft‘s Call of Cthulhu b&w comic adaptation of the story
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