Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles -w/e 20th February 2016

in hardcover:

Brandon SandersonCalamity the latest Reckoners novel

Matt RuffLovecraft Country horror novel set in the racist America of 1954
Graham MastertonBuried the 6th Katie Maguire horror novel
Peter StraubInterior Darkness short story collection spanning the last 25 years…

in large format:

Simon MordenDown Station 3 very different people step sideways through an open door and escape their troubles, but find problems of a quite different sort in the strange place they end up…

in ‘B’ format:

V. E. SchwabA Gathering of Shadows the sequel to A Darker Shade of Magic. Sadly, she’s not in Edinburgh to sign copies this time…
Paul WitcoverThe Emperor of All Things the 1st book in The Productions of Time. In 1758 the Seven Years War in raging and there are rumours of a pocket watch with magical properties. A member of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers investigates and finds a lot more than he expected!

Jon WallaceBarricade engineered life called ‘Ficials’ was supposed to be the answer, but the resulting war with humans has left Britain in chaos, and one Ficial must go on a dangerous journey to London…
Frank SchatzingLimit: Part One the 1st half of the epic struggle for control of the Moon’s Helium 3.

in paperback:

Eric Flint & Ryk E. Spoor Castaway Planet the 4th of their Boundary novels, although it can easily be read on it’s own. A family is stranded on a distant planet and nobody knows they’re there… Swiss Family Robinson rather than Robinson Crusoe! The h/c was fun
Mark L. Van NameNo Going Back the 5th Jon & Lobo adventure, about a freelance bodyguard and his sentient tank!

Jacey BedfordWinterwood part 1 of Rowenkind, featuring an unregistered witch who is also a pirate captain, set in an 1800 in which magic works…
Marshall Ryan MarescaThe Alchemy of Chaos the sequel to The Thorn of Dentonhill and the 2nd set in Maradaine
Anne BishopVision in Silver the 4th in her series about The Others

Star WarsLords of the Sith set after the Revenge of the Sith movie… By Paul S. Kemp

art:

Martin FeijooCloud Sketching interesting softcover about shapes seen in clouds and tips on how to draw them…

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February 19, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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