Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 6th October 2018

in hardcover:

Gigi McCaffreyDragon’s Code stand alone (I think) novel set on mother Anne McCaffrey‘s world of Pern. The story of some of the time-stranded Dragonriders, stuck 400 years in their future…
Martha WellsExit Strategy one of  The Murderbot Diaries
Graham MastertonGhost Virus his latest horror novel, set in present day London…

in large format:

Sebastien de CastellSoulbinder the 4th of his Spellslinger books
Grady HendrixMy Best Friend’s Exorcism

in ‘B’ format:

James S. A. Corey Persepolis Rising the 7th in the Expanse series
Tricia SullivanSweet Dreams Charlie is a dreamhacker, hired to help someone who believes they’re being stalked in the dreams…
John Hornor JacobsInfernal Machines the 3rd in his Incorruptibles series, about Romans in America…
Terry GoodkindShroud of Eternity book 2 of The Nicci Chronicles
D. B. JacksonTime’s Children volume 1 of the Islevale series. He also writes as David B. Coe
Alison LittlewoodThe Crow Garden Nathaniel takes a new position as a mad-doctor at a remote Manor in mid-19th C England…

Jennie MelamidGather the Daughters in a remote, restrictive society, all the children are given a taste of freedom by being left to roam the island doing whatever they want every summer. One young girl discovers a dark secret…

Tanya HuffThe Demon’s Den and Other Tales of Valdemar  collection of 7 stories set in Mercedes Lackey‘s world of Valdemar

Warhammer 40,000Legacy of Dorn featuring a Chapter of Crimson Fist Space Marines. Written by Mike Lee

in paperback:

L. E. Modesitt, jr.The Mongrel Mage the 20th volume of the Saga of Recluce, set several generations after the events in Cyador’s Heirs and featuring Beltur, a young  Mage.
Marshall Ryan MarescaThe Way of the Shield part 1 of The Maradaine Elite, and the 9th novel set in Maradaine overall

Orson Scott CardChildren of the Fleet volume 1 of new Enderverse series, Fleet School

art, etc:

John HoweA Middle-Earth Traveller subtitled Sketches From Bag End to Mordor. Nice looking hardback with mainly b&w work but some full colour more finished looking pieces as well. It includes some art relating the Hobbit and the Silmarillion (I think) as well, not only LotR. Same size and look as The Lord of the Rings Sketchbook by Alan Lee (signed copies of the Alkan Lee book available!)
Huw Lewis JonesThe Writer’s Map heavily illustrated book all about the history of fantasy maps! Looks fascinating. Subtitled An Atlas of Imaginary Lands, but it looks to be much more than that!


listed last week, but not until Saturday afternoon!

Locusissue # 692 September cover date


October 5, 2018 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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