New Titles – w/e 5th November 2011
Jack McDevitt – Firebird the 6th Alex Benedict book
Steve White – Wolf Among the Stars sequel to Eagle Against the Stars
Tanya Huff – The Wild Ways sequel to The Enchanted Emporium
Mercedes Lackey – Beauty and the Werewolf the 6th book of the Five Hundred Kingdoms
Umberto Eco – The Prague Cemetery complex historical novel set in 19th C Europe…
in large format:
Patrick Rothfuss – The Wise Man’s Fear the 2nd volume of the Kingkiller Chronicle; the 1st book was The Name of the Wind
Michael Cobley – The Ascendant Stars the 3rd in his Humanity’s Fire sequence, following on from Seeds of Earth and The Orphaned Worlds
Nathan Larson – The Dewey Decimal System Dewey is a minor fixer and muscle for the D.A. in a post-collapse New York who gets involved where he shouldn’t…
Alex Bledsoe – The Hum and the Shiver a secretive clan who have been living in the Smoky Mountains since pre-Columbian times… The set up reminds me of Zenna Henderson‘s People stories…
Carol Berg – Song of the Beast reprint of her 2003 fantasy novel
Maureen F. McHugh – After the Apocalypse short story collection
in ‘B’ format:
Tad Williams – Shadowheart the 4th in his Shadowmarch epic
John Connolly – Hell’s Bells subtitled Samuel Johnston vs. the Devil round II
Peter Crowther – Darkness Falling the 1st in his new Forever Twilight series, set in a world where the sun never shines…
Ian Whates (editor) – Solaris Rising new stories from some of the best of British sf authors…
Elizabeth Bear – The Sea Thy Mistress the sequel to All the Windwracked Stars
Glen Cook – Surrender to the Will of the Night the 3rd in his Instrumentalities of the Night set
Steven Harper – The Doomsday Vault the 1st in his steampunk Clockwork Empire series
Harry Turtledove – Atlantis and Other Places short story collection, leading off with the 70 page Audubon in Atlantis, followed by 11 others in various settings
Martin H. Greenberg & Russell Davis (editors) – Courts of the Fey original anthology
Celia Jerome – Fire Works in the Hamptons the 3rd adventure for artist Willow Tate, who can draw magical beings…
F. Paul Wilson – Fatal Error the 14th Repairman Jack novel
Devon Monk – Magic on the Line the 7th Allie Beckstrom adventure
Kylie Chan – White Tiger and Red Phoenix the 1st 2 parts of the Dark Harvest trilogy; part 3 came in last week.
Aliette de Bodard – Harbinger of the Storm the 1st volume of Obsidian & Blood. v3 came in last week…
Dungeons & Dragons – Brimstone Angels the latest Neverwinter adventure in the Forgotten Realms background, by Erin M. Evans
Amid Amidi – The Art of PIXAR hardback with loads of full colour art
Chris Guise – The Art of the Adventures of Tintin hardback full of art and images, etc. from the new Spielberg film…
Harald Belker – Pulse concept art from Design Studio Press, subtitles ‘the Complete Guide to Future Racing‘
Milo Manara – Manara volume one the 1st of 9 hardback volumes from Dark Horse collecting his art. This contains Indian Summer and The Paper Man, both created in collaboration with Hugo Pratt, together with other material
Jacques Tardi – The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec #1 – Pterror Over Paris and The Eiffel Tower Demon hardback volume collecting her adventures!
Paul Korasik (editor) – I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets! softcover collecting the full-colour exploits of Stardust, the Super Wizard, who was a Superman type of character around 1940 or so created by Fletcher Hanks…
Yuichi Yokoyama – Color Engineering manga-sized softcover of his art; full colour, with some Japanese text
Ed Roth – Stencil 201 book about creating stencils with tips on technique, etc. It includes 25 reuseable plastic template sheets.
Tarot of the Pirates full tarot deck with a pirate theme!
Juxtapoz – November cover date
Luis Royo – Official 2012 wall calendar
Victoria Frances – Gothic Art 2012
Tintin – The Adventures of Tintin with images from the new film
Vintage Sci-Fi – pulp magazine covers!
Fractal Cosmos – The Art of Alice Kelly wall calendar
Theodore Grey – The Elements: The Photographic 2012 Engagement Calendar with every known atom in the universe!
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