We’re thrilled to reveal the cover for Into Everywhere, Paul McAuley’s standalone SF thriller set in the universe of his best selling Something Coming Through. Featuring the return of the mysterious alien Jackaroo – who claim they’re only here to help humanity, and might not be lying – Into Everywhere is a space-spanning investigation into the ruins of previous civilisations and the possibility that we might be next . . .
The stunning cover art … More
We’re thrilled to be able to show you the cover for Waking Hell; Al Robertson’s awesome follow-up to his acclaimed debut Crashing Heaven.
Crashing Heaven was diamond-hard cyberpunk for the 21st century and Waking Hell is set in the same world, Station: a hollowed-out asteroid that is mankind’s last home.
Waking Hell concerns itself with the Fetches, the digital ghosts of the dead who exist alongside the living in Station, and a sinister plot that aims to bring … More
We’re thrilled to be able to reveal the cover for the third of Brandon Sanderson’s Reckoners novels; Calamity. This follows on from Steelheart and Firefight. It’s a series that, with its swift-moving action, engaging narrative voice and fantastic twist on the superhero trope, has won Brandon many new fans including a crossover YA audience.
Once again Sam Green has hit the nail on the head with a dark and moody cover – something that really … More
We are delighted to reveal the cover for Victor Pelevin’s post-modern, masterpiece about a young man who involuntary joins a revolutionary cult . . .
Roman thought he’d found the perfect opportunity to rebel. He may have been wrong.
He awakens strapped to a set of parallel bars in a richly appointed sitting room, and begins a conversation with a masked man which will change his life. His world has been a facade – one which the mysterious Brahma is about to … More
We’re delighted to be publishing The Bands Of Mourning, the sensational sixth Mistborn novel from Brandon Sanderson in January. And a new Brandon Sanderson novel means new artwork from the excellent Sam Green. Following on from the wonderfully atmospheric and striking “secret steam engine” cover for The Alloy of Law, and the ornate magical mirror of Shadows of Self comes this beauty featuring a rather dapper Wax looking up at us from the foot of a statue.
We hope you agree … More