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
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We’re cheating a bit this week, as The Seventh Miss Hatfield isn’t actually out until the 31st July . . .
The Seventh Miss Hatfield is the book everyone here at Gollancz cannot stop talking about. This spellbinding debut from the hugely talented Anna Caltabiano is a tale of time-travel, 19th-century New York, unrequited love and a mysterious portrait . . . the perfect book to devour this weekend.
Whilst feverishly catching up on the Gollancz list Harriet, our new-ish Marketing Assistant, has discovered the wonder that is C. Robert Cargill. Here is her review of Dreams and Shadows and Queen of the Dark Things.
I have had two truly wonderful experiences over the past month: discovering C. Robert Cargill and seeing Justin Timberlake in concert. Both were magical, but in very different ways. But I’m not here to talk about JT . . . Cargill’s Dreams … More
OK I need to start this with a confession. I have dipped into many Ballard novels before. I saw Cronenburg’s film of Crash, Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun (“P51 Mustang! Cadillac of the skies!”). I have read interviews, I have read about him. Hell, I even met the great man once when he came to sign copies of The Day of Creation at the bookshop where I worked. But this is only the third book by him that I have … More
Here’s what we’ll be reading over the weekend.
Let us know what you’re reading in the comments below or by tweeting us @gollancz
Gillian: Secret Alastair Reynolds novel on her Kindle