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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It’s publication day for Charlaine Harris and the final novel in the Midnight, Texas trilogy! Now, you can finally discover the truth hidden beneath all the secrets and mysteries of Midnight Crossroad and Day Shift.
Night Shift by Charlaine Harris is the perfect combination of supernatural thrills and cosy mystery, with the added satisfaction of wrapping up the entire trilogy!
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse … More
It’s the paperback release of The Tabit Genesis today, and paperbacks are just perfectly suited to being slipped into your pocket whenever you’re not relaxing and reading. Which should be almost never, right?
The Tabit Genesis by Tony Gonzales is full of epic space opera from the man who brought you the cracking novelisations of EVE online.
Greenland was where the Raothri struck first.
We discovered our human … More
The first is by the modern master of SF, Paul McAuley, who takes you Into Everywhere with the Jackaroo. Are they really here to help us? Then why is their past littered with dead alien races?
The author of our second book was praised as ‘a major new talent’ by Stephen … More