Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 24th August 2013

in large format:

Paula Guran (editor) – The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2013 35 of the past year’s best stories, from many of the top authors in the field

Joe HaldemanGateway Omnibus large volume from Gollancz containing the Carmen Dula sequence of Marsbound, Starbound and Earthbound
Robert SilverbergGateway Omnibus edition containing Nightwings, A Time of Changes and Lord Valentine’s Castle.

in ‘B’ format:

Toby FrostA Game of Battleships another British Space Empire adventure. The 4th Space Captain Smith book!
Jason M. HoughThe Exodus Towers the 2nd volume of the Dire Earth Chronicles, in which aliens created a space elevator and then left!
Luke ScullThe Grim Company magic is on the wane and the barriers between the Realms are failing…

Cassandra ClareCity of Bones the 1st in The Mortal Instruments urban fantasy series; now a major motion picture (as they say). Set in the dark side of New York City
Cassandra ClareCity of Ashes volume 2
Cassandra ClareCity of Glass volume 3

Ben MoorEach of Us signed copies of the text of his current Fringe show (at the Pleasance until Sunday afternoon), with 2 or 3 other short pieces.

in paperback:

Ree SoesbeeSea of Sorrows adventure set in the Guildwars game background

Star TrekFrom History’s Shadow 2 people from 1968 are found aboard the Enterprise… Original Series novel by Dayton Ward

audio:

Doctor WhoStarlight Robbery Big Finish adventure #175, with Sylvester McCoy

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