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
Scott Lynch meets Gene Wolfe anyone?
Or how about Tom’s own description? “It’s a blend of space opera and fantasy, set in the 147th century, with tin spaceships and singing sea monsters and horrible giants.”
Or Gareth Powell’s? “An amazing debut. Intriguing, disorientating. Like Hannu Rajaniemi’s The Quantum Thief or Moorcock’s Dancers At … More
We are thrilled to be able to share the cover for one of the most anticipated SF books of 2016 – Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynold’s The Medusa Chronicles.
Inspired by Sir Arthur C. Clarke’s short story A Meeting with Medusa, this novel, with permission from the Clarke Estate, continues the story of Commander Howard Falcon over centuries of space-exploration, interaction with AI, first contact and beyond. All brought to life by two of our greatest SF authors, Stephen … More
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It’s a particular thrill for us to be able to reveal the cover for Tricia Sullivan’s new SF novel, Occupy Me.
Tricia is, flat out, one of the most exciting and talented SF authors writing today. An award-winner, an author whose fiction combines a fierce intelligence and a profoundly human and empathetic level of characterisation. Occupy Me marks a triumphant return to SF, the genre where Tricia made her name. In some ways it’s difficult to catagorize (that dangerous … More