Check out Team Gollancz’s stack of Friday Reads for this week…
Blood Music by Greg Bear
The House of War and Witness by Mike Carey, Linda Carey and Louise Carey
Beauty by Sarah Pinborough
The Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
Stones of Aran: Pilgrimage by Tim Robinson
Terra’s World by Mitch Benn
How to Train Your Dragon- Cressida Cowell
For a bit of added Friday fun, can you guess which member of the Gollancz team is reading which book? This week we have books … More
Tags: Beauty, Blood Music, Friday Reads, Greg Bear, Linda Carey, Louise Carey, Mike Carey, Mitch Benn, Sarah Pinborough, Terra's World, The House of War and Witness
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As alluded to on Wednesday on the SF Gateway blog, we have news of an androidal nature. And it is this: BBC Radio 4 will be airing a new adaptation of Philip K. Dick‘s seminal Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? in just a couple of weeks.
Calling all Outlander fans, we’ve got a special guest post from our sister imprint, Orion. If you’re a fan of the series you know that the next installment Written in my own Heart’s Blood is due out on the 10th June. Not sure what Outlander is about? We’ve got a blog post from non-fiction editor, Jillian Young who loved these series long before she joined Orion! Here are the reasons why you should be reading Outlander right … More
There’s a little more about the trilogy below, and don’t forget to enter the competition below to win some signed copies by midnight tonight. If you entered last week there’s no need to enter again. Good luck!
Confluence – a long, narrow, artificial … More
I first came across Dimitry Glukhovsky’s Metro 2033 courtesy of a conversation with Sascha Mamzcak, the publisher of the Heyne genre list in Germany. He told me about this dark and violent post-apocalyptic SF thriller set amongst the last survivors of humankind as they battle for survival against monsters and themselves in the abandoned stations and tunnels of the Moscow Metro. The book, originally self-published by Dmitry and then taken up by a big Russian publishers had … More