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Don’t miss out on our February Digital Deals!

Gollancz Author: - February 28th, 2014
Andrzej Sapkowski, Brandon Sanderson, Digital Deals, ebooks, Fantasy, Kristin Cashore, Leigh Bardugo, Sam Sykes, Stephen Deas

If, like us, you can’t quite believe that tomorrow is March (it is!) we thought we’d take this chance to remind you of our February Digital Deals. This weekend only you can purchase six fantastic books at bargain prices. From epic fantasy, to incredible action, adventure and outstanding YA crossover novels we’ve got something for everyone. Our digital deals start at just £.99 and are available from your favourite UK online retailers until the 3rd March 2014.

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 Graceling-   In a world where people born with an exceptional skill, known as a Grace, are feared and exploited, Katsa carries the burden of a skill even she despises: the Grace of killing.

The Last Wish - Geralt is a witcher, a man whose magic powers, enhanced by long training and a mysterious elixir, have made him a brilliant fighter and a merciless assassin. Yet he is no ordinary murderer: his targets are the multifarious monsters and vile fiends that ravage the land and attack the innocent. He roams the country seeking assignments, but gradually comes to realise that while some of his quarry are unremittingly vile, vicious grotesques, others are the victims of sin, evil or simple naivety.

Shadow and Bone - Alina, a pale, lonely orphan, discovers a unique power that thrusts her into the lavish world of the kingdom’s magical elite – the Grisha. Could she be the key to unravelling the dark fabric of the Shadow Fold and setting Ravka free?

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Tome of the Undergates- Lenk can barely keep control of his mismatched adventurer band at the best of times. So when the ship they are travelling on is attacked by pirates things don’t go very well. It gets a whole lot worse when an invincible demon steals the Tome of the Undergates – a manuscript that contains everything you need to open the undergates. And whichever god you believe in, that’s not something you want.

The Adamantine Palace -  Once dragons ruled the world and man was little more than prey. Then a way of subduing the dragons through alchemy was discovered and now the dragons are bred to be mere mounts for knights and highly valued tokens. But there are flames on the way. A single dragon has gone missing. And even one dragon on the loose, unsubdued and returned to its full intelligence and fury, could spell disaster for the Empire.

The Way of Kings-  On a world scoured down to the rock by terrifying hurricanes a young spearman forced into the army of a Shardbearer; led to war against an enemy he doesn’t understand and doesn’t really want to fight. What happened deep in mankind’s past? Why did the Radiants turn against mankind, and what happened to the magic they used to wield?

And for all your Classic SF reads don’t forget to visit our sister site the SF Gateway where eBook prices start from £1.99.

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2 Responses to “Don’t miss out on our February Digital Deals!”

  1. Oliver says:

    Sorry for misusing this commentary field, but I was not able to locate an email-address on this site. First, thanks for publishing Sapkowski’s books; I found “The Last Wish” both clever and emotionally rewarding and I wish you every success with it. I’m looking forward to seeing the whole series released in English, too. Kudos to the author, translator and editor(s).

    Second, regarding “The Last Wish” (Gollancz, 2012, ISBN 9780575082441), I’d like to point out two small spelling mistakes.

    - page 6, line 2 from bottom: “Velerod” should be “Velerad”
    - page 120, line 11 from top: “passont” should be “passant”

    I hope I do not impose. Best regards,
    Oliver

  2. Johan says:

    I’m quite new to the witcher series, but I love the books (and the game). I hope you have great success with “the last wish” so we ge to see more witcherbooks translated.

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