Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 24th December 2015

A very slack week for new titles; I wonder why!?
Some of the titles listed won’t arrive until wednesday but there’s little point holding back posting this until then!
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in hardcover:

Javier SierraThe Master of the Prado fictional account of a whirlwind tour the author is whisked away on by a mysterious stranger of the world famous Prado art gallery in Madrid, recounting the often strange tales and histories, known and unknown, contained within it’s most famous paintings. With full colour photos of the works involved.

in large format:

Charles E. GannonRaising Caine the 3rd in the Caine Riordan series that began with Fire With Fire and Trial by Fire

in ‘B’ format:

Stanislaw LemThe Star Diaries now issued as a Penguin Modern Classic, translated by Michael Kandel. A dozen strange voyages of the space traveller Ijon Tichy

art:

James HamiltonArthur Rackham: A Life With Illustration. I usually only stock a thinner softcover of his art, but this h/c is also a biography, full of details and background information. Fascinating.
Jacques Lob & Phillipe DruilletLone Sloane Delirius the 2nd volume of his adventures. Full colour h/c from Titan Books

Saviero TenutaLegend of the Scarlet Blades new non-slipcased edition of the graphic novel samurai adventure from Humanoids (arriving on Wednesday)
Alejandro Jodorowsky & MoebiusThe Incal new printing of their classic (due on Wednesday)

magazines:

Locus – # 659 (arriving on Wednesday)

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December 22, 2015 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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