Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 24th July 2010

in hardback:

L. E. Modesitt, jr. – Imager’s Intrigue the 3rd book in his Imager Portfolio, about an apprentice artist with the power of ‘imaging’, or shaping matter by thought.
Kage BakerThe Bird of the River set aboard a huge barge working a great river, in the same world as The Anvil of the World and The House of the Stag. Looks very good, albeit reminiscent of Jack Vance‘s Showboat World

in large format:

Eric NylundAll That Lives Must Die continuing the adventures of the two strange children from Mortal Coils as they discover more about their warring families. And have to go to a private high school.
Seamus CooperThe Mall of Cthulhu Lovecraftian horror
Arthur MachenThe Hill of Dreams reprint from the Library of Wales of possibly his best novel

Mary Robinette Kowal (editor) – The Hugo Award Showcase 2010 edition; top stories from the likes of Michael Swanwick and Ian McDonald
Lou Anders (editor) – Masked original anthology featuring stories about super heroes…
P. N. Elrod (editor) – Dark and Stormy Knights urban fantasy vigilantes! Original stories from Jim Butcher, Lilith Saintcrow, Carrie Vaughn and others

in ‘B’ format:

David Anthony DurhamThe Other Lands part 2 of the Acacia Trilogy, which began with The War With the Mein. The war is over and Dariel, the Empress’ brother to investigate worrying rumours from across the seas…

in paperback:

Glenda LarkeStormlord Rising the 2nd book of Stormlord, which began with Last Stormlord
Jocelynn DrakePray for Dawn the 4th Dark Days novel, featuring Mira, the coven enforcer…
Marjorie M. LiuDarkness Calls the 2nd in her Hunter Kiss series, following on from The Iron Hunt and again featuring demon hunter Maxine Kiss.

audio:

Doctor WhoCobwebs number 136 in the main Big Finish series… Situation Vacant, episode 4.02 of the Eighth Doctor series, and The Guardian of the Solar System, #5.02 of The Companion Chronicles.

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July 20, 2010 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles

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