New Titles – w/e 22nd February 2014
in large format:
Anne Leonard – Moth and Spark Prince Corin has the unenviable task of releasing the Empire’s dragons from their service to it. But nobody knows how this might be done!
Leena Krohn – Datura (or a delusion we all see) Finnish novel featuring a journalist explores a bizarre, changing city. Eating Datura seeds might be partially to blame, or maybe the untranslatable Voynich Manuscript!
Paul McAuley – Confluence large omnibus edition of his late 1990s trilogy set on the banks of an incredible long river. Yama sets out down it to discover it’s secrets… Contains Child of the River, Ancients of Days and Shrine of Stars, together with two related short stories.
in ‘B’ format:
Anthony Ryan – Blood Song volume one of Raven’s Shadow; Vaelin is being trained to protect the Realm and the Faith, and war is looming…
Simon Morden – Arcanum helped by magic, a thousand years ago the armies of Carinthia crushed the Roman Empire. But now their magic is failing…
Liliana Bodoc – The Days of the Deer the omens say a war fleet will come, but whose side will they be on…?
Nathan Long – Jane Carver of Waar an ex-military biker chick wakes up on a savage planet… A swashbuckling parody
Jay Martel – Channel Blue once, Galaxy Entertainment couldn’t screen enough of the strange goings on of Earth people, but now their ratings are flagging and they need a spectacular boost for the final episode… it doesn’t bode well for Earth!
John Meaney – Resonance the 3rd of of his Ragnarok trilogy, which began with Absorption and Transmission
Robert Galbraith – The Cuckoo’s Calling contemporary crime novel by the author better known as J. K. Rowling.
Brian & Wendy Froud – The Heart of Faerie Oracle contains a deck of cards with art by the Frouds and a book explaining their use and meaning. Similar to their previous publication The Faerie Oracle.
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