New Titles – w/e 28th June 2014
Larry Correia – Monster Hunter: Nemesis the 5th in the series…
William H. Patterson jr. – Robert A. Heinlein: The Man Who Learned Better the 2nd volume of Heinlein’s biography, covering the years from 1948 until his death in 1988. Volume 1 was called RAH: Learning Curve and was published in 2010
in large format:
Adrian Tchaikovsky – Seal of the Worm the 10th and final volume of The Shadows of the Apt.
P. C. Hodgell – The Sea of Time the 7th of the Chronicles of the Kencyrath
Robert M. Price (editor) – Acolytes of Cthulhu: Short Stories Inspired by H. P. Lovecraft 28 stories from all sorts of authors, from Gaiman to Borges and Meyrink!
John Ringo – Under a Graveyard Sky zombie apocalypse adventure; the first half is the meltdown, then there’s a minor gap and the story resumes as our heroes are putting together a flotilla of small boats in the Caribbean and North Atlantic to look for other survivors who also fled to sea… Book 2 is in hardback and is called To Sail A Darkling Sea.
Gary Gibson – Marauder epic space opera, the 3rd in the loose series that began with Final Days and The Thousand Emperors
Mike Shepherd – Target the 1st in his new Vicky Peterwald series; Grand Duchess Victoria has joined the Space Navy. It’s related to his Kris Longknife series but you don’t have to have read them…
Ben Bova – New Earth the colonisation of a distant planet… I think it’s a distant sequel to his recent Farside, about it’s discovery.
Mark Charan Newton – Drakenfield 1st in a new series. When his father dies Lucan Drakenfield is recalled to the Imperial city of Tryum and is soon investigating the murder of the king’s sister…
Craig Cormick – The Shadow Master in the Walled City powerful families vie for control, each using the best minds they can buy – the inventor Leonardo and the alchemist Gallileo!
James A. Moore – The Blasted Lands in this sequel to Seven Forges a storm wrecks havoc on The Blasted Lands and The Broken are coming…
Django Wexler – The Thousand Names book 1 of The Shadow Campaigns at the distant edge of Empire, 3 men lead the defense of a lonely outpost…
Robeert Asprin & Jody Lynn Nye – Dragons Deal 3rd in the humorous fantasy series
Paul Kearney – The Way to Babylon reprint of one of his early novels; a hospitalised fantasy author loses interest in his craft, but his characters need his help to save their land…
Kat Richardson – Possession the 7th in the Greywalker series
Gail Z. Martin – Deadly Curiosities 1st in a new series about a family who, for generations, have been aquiring and neutralising magical items
D&D – The Reaver the 4th in The Sundering series set in the Forgotten Realms, by Richard Lee Byers
Star Trek TNG – The Light Fantastic by Jeffrey Lang
Star Wars – Crucible 45 years after the events in the original movie… new novel with some of the original characters by Troy Denning
Jonathan Strahan (editor) – Reach for Infinity 14 top writers look at humanity among the stars… includes McLeod, Reynolds, McDonald, Egan, Cadigan, Rajaniemi and more!
Jeremy Frommer & Rick Schwartz (editors) – The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni large hardback bursting with full-colour art from the magazine. Intro by th magazine’s one-time editor, Ben Bova
Graeme Aymer – Dragon Art hardback featuring work from more than 50 fantasy artists with a forward by John Howe. Back in stock.
Kasra Ghanbari (editor) – Libretto: volume one – Vampirism large full-colour softcover with art from 19 different artists, and an interview with each of them
The Lord of the Rings – The Definitive Movie Posters outsize volume of 20 full-colour double-sided removable light card posters (i.e. 40 images). Art is all for the 3 Peter Jackson films.
Alexandro Jororowsky & Das Pastoras – Metabarons Genesis: Castaka slipcased limited edition from Humanoids
Juan Gimenez – Leo Roa re-issue of the zany adventures of a young journalist. From Humanoids
Meags Fitzgerald – Photobooth: a Biography b&w graphic novel about someone obsessed with photo-booths!
Doctor Who – Destroy the Infinite the latest Fourth Doctor adventure (#3.6) from Big Finish. With Tom Baker & Luise Jameson
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