Happy Valentine’s Day (or Friday, if you prefer) from all of us at Gollancz Towers.
This Friday we thought we’d share with you what the team will be reading this Valentine’s Day. *Warning, most of these are not really Valentine’s Day themed*
Gillian: Today is a manuscript-submissions days for me, so it’s not so much Valentine’s Day as an evening of publishing speed-dating. I have all kinds of manuscripts to take a look at: adventure, noir, mystery and there might … More
Tags: City of Bones, Rainbow Rowell, Ruin and Rising, Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, The Fair Fight, The Spectacular Now, Valentine's Day
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Only 8 short days until we publish The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M. Harris. In the mean time, take note of life advice from the God himself, Loki…
The good news is that January is nearly over. The bad news is, this is also means that this is the last chapter of Wolves we’ll be sharing as our book of the month, to make room for next month’s pick. You can catch up on Chapter One and Chapter Two, and some lucky Gollancz Geeks will soon be getting their paws (geddit?! Because of the wolf thing. Anyone? No?) on … More
It was a real surprise when we got the new book from Matthew Reilly. Far from the techno-thrillers full of adrenalin-fuelled action and international conspiracy he’s known for, The Tournament is a historical murder mystery full of sex, death and political intrigue. Suffice to say, our surprise very soon turned to delight.
The setting was great, 16th century Constantinople and an international chess tournament opened by the Sultan, challenging all nations to send their best and brightest to … More
Sophie: I missed my tube stop. I was reading at 4am. BARRICADE is an action-packed, unrelenting page turner. The novel follows two engineered artificial life forms– a pragmatic driver and a porn-star turned journalist – and a kidnapped ‘Real’ guide on road trip from Edinburgh to London. Jon Wallace’sMore
Tags: Barricade, Dining on Stones, Iain Sinclair, James Smythe, Jon Wallace, Leigh Bardugo, Mike Carey, Reaper Men, Shadow and Bone, Terry Pratchett, The Echo, The Girl with All the Gifts
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