New Titles – w/e 1st October 2016
Mercedes Lackey – Closer to the Chest the 3rd in The Herald Spy trilogy, set in Valdemar
Eric Flint & Ryk E. Spoor – Castaway Odyssey at the end of the previous book, Castaway Planet, an unknown ship had newly arrived in orbit…
in large format:
David Drake – Patriots a new colony planet seeks to protect itself, and maybe even also break free of Earth control!
Haruki Murakami – IQ 84 giant dystopian novel, translated from Japanese by Jay Rubin & Philip Gabriel
Yoon Ha Lee – Conservation of Shadows short story collection
Susan R. Matthews – Fleet Inquestor an omnibus of her late 1990s Under Jurisdiction trilogy; An Exchange of Hostages, Prisoner of Conscience & Angel of Destruction. To keep control of a growing space empire, justice has to be hard
in ‘B’ format:
Neal Asher – War Factory Transformation #2, and the sequel to Dark Intelligence
Yoon Ha Lee – Ninefox Gambit disgraced Captain Cheris tries to redeem herself in battle and save the Hexarchate with the help of a mad tactician
Thomas Hocknell – The Life Assistance Agency Ben takes a job with a mysterious Agency and in Prague looking for alchemist Doctor John Dee’s lost secrets…
Simon Morden – Down Station – a London Underground cleaning crew escaping a disastrous crash suddenly find themselves stranded in a sparsely populated world
Kim Newman – Angels of Music a secret agency run by the Phantom of the Opera investigates the seamy side of Parisian society…
Brian Staveley – The Last Mortal Bond volume 3 of the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne, following on from The Emperor’s Blades & The Providence of Fire
Mercedes Lackey – Closer to the Heart book 2 of The Herald Spy, her current Valdemar series...
Brandon Sanderson – Shadows of Self sequel to The Alloy of Law, set in his Mistborn world
Andrew Smith (editor) – Lost in a Pyramid & Other Classic Mummy Stories title story by Louisa may Alcott(!) plus 11 other tales from the 19th & early 20th C. (the most modern is dated 1910). Published by The British Library
H. G. Wells – The Great Science Fiction Penguin omnibus containing The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man & The War of the Worlds together with 8 short stories
L. E. Modesitt, jr. – Solar Express in the near future an apparent comet is found to be an approaching alien artifact…
David Wellington – The Cyclops Initiative the latest Jim Chappel Mission
Juliet Marillier – Tower of Thorns the 2nd Blackjack & Grimm book
David G. Hartwell (editor) – The Color of Evil horror stories by 19 top writers, 1st published in 1987 & (with 2 subsequent anthologies) later collected as part of The Dark Descent anthology in 1997
Star Wars – The Force Awakens novelisation of the latest film, by Alan Dean Foster
Adam Christopher – The Corroded Man novel based on the Dishonored video game
Jim Mahfood – Sadistic Magician subtitled Sketchbook vol. 1 softcover
Didier Ghez – They Drew As They Pleased vol 2: The Hidden Years of Disney’s Musical Years: The 1940s part one title says it all! Hardcover with some great art in varying styles
Shaun Tan – The Singing Bones: Art Inspired by Grimms’ Fairy Tales full page photos of 75 sculptures, with relevant sections of text printed opposite, and summaries of the tales at the back. Hardcover.
Gus Grimley – Tales From the Brothers Grimm hardcover with b&w illustrations by Grimley
Cody Godbey – Jim Henson‘s Labyrinth Tales hardback with 3 full colour short stories by Godbey
Christophe Bec, Eric Henninot & Milan Jovanovic – Carthago Humanoids hardcover collecting the 5 books in the set about the hunt for a live Megalodon
Paolo Serpieri – Serpieti Collection # 3 – Druuna contains the stories Mandragore & Aphrodisia. Full colour h/c from publishers Lo Scarabeo.. Mature content
Maxim Jodorowsky et al – Humanoids Presents The Jodoverse softcover 1o0+ page sampler with chapters from The Incal, Megalex, The Technopriests & The Metabarons! Looks like a great introduction to his bande desinee work!
Prentice Rollins – How to Draw Sci-Fi Utopias and Dystopias from pencil sketches to finished art
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