Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 29th July 2017

in hardback:

Michael Marshall SmithHannah Green and Her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence Hannah discovers that her grandfather is a friend of the Devil and that they need her help!
Ed McDonaldBlackwing book 1 of new fantasy series The Raven’s Mark. For a long time The Misery has been a hellish no-mans-land keeping the Republic safe from the Deep Kings…

in large format:

John Hornor JacobsInfernal Machines the 3rd in the series that began with The Incorruptibles and  Foreign Devils, about Romans in North America

Paul KincaidIain M. Banks critical analysis of all of Iain’s  work.  From the University of Illinois Press in their Modern Masters of Science Fiction series

in ‘B’ format:

J. K. Rowling with John Tiffany & Jack ThorneHarry Potter and the Cursed Child play script with HP as an adult

Peter F. HamiltonNight Without Stars sequel to The Abyss Beyond Dreams; part 2 of Chronicle of the Fallen
Mishell BakerBorderline I missed this last year but it’s now a Nebula nominee. The Arcadia Project monitors traffic between Hollywood and a parallel, magical world…
Nicky DraydenThe Prey of Gods if it weren’t for emergent AIs, new cult religions & hallucinogenics, the future South Africa would be booming…
Josh MalermanBlack Mad Wheel a washed up rock band are tasked by the US Army to go on a desert mission to Africa to find a new sound. Literally.

art, etc:

Posuka DemizuThe Art of PD full colour, often quirky art. Love his cut-a-ways of submarines shaped like a gigantic turtle or a sunfish!

Gou TanabeH. P. Lovecraft‘s The Hound and other stories contains The Temple, The Hound & The Nameless City. Small, squarebound b&w graphic novel printed manga style, so you start at the back…
Peter Hopes & Andrew BastowThe Ice Chronicles neat little locally created, illustrated tale about an expedition to Antarctica.


Harry PotterHogwarts Playing Cards in a Tin back in stock although supplies are limited


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