New Titles – w/e 1st February 2014
James L. Cambias – A Darkling Sea on a distant planet humans are exploring the sea under a worldwide icesheet. But there are also aliens there…
in large format:
Shawn Harmon – Fever Medicine illustrated sf novel about the law and bioethics in the future! Art by Mara Aum, Sky Chase & Kevin Allen.
Miles Cameron – The Fell Sword sequel to The Red Knight, one of my favourite fantasy novels last year. The Red Knight and his companions venture across the sea to the Empire, where his services are required…
Ariel Djanikan – The Office of Mercy Natasha gains a place on a crack team about to venture Outside from their underground utopia to the ruined Earth above…
Brian Stableford – The Cthulhu Encryption pirates and Cthulhu, with Auguste Dupin and the Comte de Saint-Germain
Pat Cadigan – Gateway Omnibus edition from Orion, containing Mindplayers, Fools and Tea From an Empty Cup
Henry Kuttner – Gateway Omnibus with the three books Fury, Mutant and collection The Best of Henry Kuttner with 17 of his best stories.
Clifford D. Simak – Gateway Omnibus with Time is the Simplest Thing, Way Station and A Choice of Gods
John Sladek – Gateway Omnibus of 3 novels; The Reproductive System, The Muller-Fokker Effect and Tik-Tok
E. C. Tubb – Gateway Omnibus with Extra Man, The Space Born and the posthunously-published Fires of Satan. (None of these are Dumarest novels!)
in ‘B’ format:
Kate Atkinson – Life After Life engrossing novel of alternate histories of the 20th C. I thought it was excellent.
Tanya Huff – The Heart of Valour the 3rd Confederation novel, about Marine Corp sargeant Torin Kerr and another tricky mission
Kameron Hurley – God’s War war has raged for centuries and bounty hunter Nyx is hired for a covert mission against the alien foe.
Jasper Kent – The People’s Will the 4th in the historical vampire series set in 1880s Russia. The 1st was Twelve.
Ben Dunn – Paper Cuts: The Collected Art of BD mainly b&w with a colour section at the beginning
Mike Schneider (editor) – Steampunk Originals 28 graphic shorts in all sorts of styles
Marco Nizzoli & Michelangelo La Neve – Day of the Magicians soft-cover graphic novel from Humanoids
Interzone – #250 quite a milestone for a British sf magazine!
Locus – issue #636 Stephen Baxter on the cover
Hi- Fructose – issue #30
Juxtapoz – February cover date; issue #157
Lord of the Rings – The Hobbit Map mirror. It’s a rather nice 12″ x 8″ black-framed mirror, with the Hobbit map on it.
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