We are thrilled to share with you the stunning covers from the 10th Anniversary editions of Joe Abercrombie’s The Blade Itself, Scott Lynch’s The Lies of Locke Lamora, Brandon Sanderson’s The Final Empire and Tom Lloyd’s The Stormcaller. These beautiful collectible hardback editions will be published to celebrate the 10th anniversary of these landmark fantasy novels. Updated with new introductions from each of the authors, these gorgeous anniversary editions will be out in bookshops and online from the 15th September … More
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We are delighted to welcome Tom Lloyd back to the Gollancz Blog. Tom’s stunning new epic fantasy, Stranger of Tempest is out in bookshops and online today. We caught up with Tom and asked him to share some of the secrets behind his writing process.
For my birthday I was given a book called How I write: the Secret Lives of Authors – which, given the wide brief they had, was by turns fascinating, clever, funny, sad, pretentious and irritating. … More
We’ve got one great publication day for you! The new rollicking adventure from a fantasy giant, the final book of what’s been a post-apocalyptic rollercoaster of a trilogy and then all manner of revelations in the next instalment of unparalleled romantic adventure that is the Psy and changeling universe.
Stranger of Tempest by Tom Lloyd. This is it. Real epic fantasy with a fun, adventurous heart and a cast of characters who will surprise and enthral you. Guns, magic, and … More
We are thrilled to reveal the stunning new paperback cover for Aliette de Bodard’s British Science Fiction Award winning The House of Shattered Wings. The House of Shattered Wings has had the most incredible response from critics and fans.
‘De Bodard (…) has spun a fascinating Paris of decay and cruelty. Phillippe is a marvel of a character, unreliable as a narrator but compelling in his flaws and his deep well of homesickness.’ – Library Journal (Starred Review)
‘A fantastical spy thriller … More