We’ve got one great publication day for you! The new rollicking adventure from a fantasy giant, the final book of what’s been a post-apocalyptic rollercoaster of a trilogy and then all manner of revelations in the next instalment of unparalleled romantic adventure that is the Psy and changeling universe.
Stranger of Tempest by Tom Lloyd. This is it. Real epic fantasy with a fun, adventurous heart and a cast of characters who will surprise and enthral you. Guns, magic, and … More
It’s publication day and it’s raining paperbacks. Paperbacks, the books you can really sink your teeth into! We’ve got everything from the literary fantastic to Vikings to time travel to ships sailing across deserts and even a classic of science fiction!
The Whispering Swarm by Michael Moorcock is part-autobiography, part-fantasy travelogue, part ode to London. It’s like nothing you’ve ever read, written by one of the seminal voices of the genre who is quite rightly considered one of the UK’s … More
The epic scope of The Passage meets the emotional impact of The Road, as Joe Hill’s #1 New York Times bestseller is ready to set the UK alight . . .
Nobody knew where the virus came from.
FOX News said it had been set loose by ISIS, using spores that had been invented by the Russians in the 1980s.
MSNBC claimed it might’ve been created … More
It’s publication day for two of our more literary science fiction authors. The first is a modern collection of short fiction from one of the most exciting new voices in science fiction, Hannu Rajaniemi. The second is a new addition to our SF Masterworks series, which collects only the absolute best science fiction ever published, so you can be sure The Man Who Fell to Earth is a definite ‘TBR’.
Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction by Hannu Rajaniemi brings together … More
It’s publication day again. And that means books! Like a dog chasing a car it’s impossible not to get excited every time one of these comes around. Especially when we have two such great books being published. One fantasy, one science fiction, both brilliant.
You’ve heard of Arthur C. Clarke, right? In 1971, he wrote a novella called “A Meeting with Medusa” featuring a man named Howard Falcon exploring the gas clouds of Jupiter in a hot-air balloon and discovering … More
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