New Titles – w/e 11th June 2016
Joe Zieja – Mechanical Failure after a year away from the Service, Roger returns and finds that it’s preparing for a war he really doesn’t think exists… The strap line is ‘please restart your warship’!
Terry Brooks – The Sorcerer’s Daughter the final book in The Defenders of Shannara trilogy, part 28 of his long-running Shannara series (I think)
Robert McCammon – Freedom of the Mask the latest Matthew Corbett case, set in 1703
Thomas Sniegoski – Savage Sidney is about to move off the island she grew up on, but there’s a storm coming. And it’s not a normal storm…
David Hambling – The Dulwich Horror 7 more Lovecraft inspired stories set in south London! His previous two novelettes, The Elder Ice & Broken Meat are not included.
Doctor Who – The Legends of River Song 5 stories of the life of the Doctor Who character
in large format:
Karin Boye – Kallocain obscure Swedish dystopian novel from 1940 and translated in 1966. It’s on the list of nominees for a retro-Hugo this year!
Nicholas Sansbury Smith – Orbs cut off in deep quarantine preparing for a vital Mars mission, the doors to the outside are finally opened and they find the world has changed drastically…
Ren Warom – Escapology Shock is a genius on-line; off-line he’s running from the enemies he’s made in the virtual world called the Slip…
Hannu Rajaniemi – Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction 19 of his short stories, with intros he wrote for a couple of them. I assume this is the same as the h/c called Collected Fiction that came out last Spring
in ‘B’ format:
Terry Pratchett – The Shepherd’s Crown Terry’s final Discworld novel, featuring Tiffany Aching
Charles Stross – The Annihilation Score his 6th Laundry novel; signed copies will be available soon
Gail Z. Martin – The Shadowed Path short stories featuring Jonmarc Vahanian
Michael Moorcock – The Whispering Swarm semi-autobiographical fantasy set in post-war London
Anna Caltabiano – The Time of the Clockmaker Miss Hatfield has lost the strange clock that enables her to time travel – and she’s stranded in the 16th C!
Ted Chiang – Stories of Your Life and Other Stories the title story plus 7 others
Kameron Hurley – The Geek Feminist Revolution 37 of her essays (plus intro)
Simon Stalenhag – Tales from the Loop Swedish landscapes with… weird things happening. Alien spaceships, giant mecha, robots & maybe dinosaurs! With short pieces of explanatory text. Hardcover; looks excellent!
Illustration – issue # 52 large features on mid-20th C artists John La Gatta and Harry Beckhoff
Illustrators – Issue Fourteen lead feature on Tara McPherson, with another substantial piece on Joe Jusco
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