This year we have had a truly magnificent selection of debuts here at Gollancz, and what better way to spend a weekend than reading books from the cutting edge of fantasy and science fiction?
We have kindly provided links to the first few chapters of each of these fantastic books below (you’re welcome) so you can see what all the fuss is about . . .
The Seventh Miss Hatfield by Anna Caltabiano
A wonderful tale of time travel, endless love and immortality.
Our book of the month for August has been The Incorruptibles, the fantastic genre-busting debut from John Hornor Jacobs. We’ve been harping on about how much we love this book for the whole of August, but don’t take our word for it, check out the rave reviews from some of the best in the business:
And as we come to the end of the month, we want to share with you the first two chapters of this gritty … More
Has the sudden onslaught of Autumn forced you to cancel an optimistic barbeque/picnic/any kind of trip outside the house this Bank Holiday weekend? Never fear, because we have some great suggestions of what to read (indoors) in the form of Gollancz’s Friday Reads.
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Last week we published THE INCORRUPTIBLES, the first fantasy novel from Bram Stoker Award nominated John Hornor Jacobs. Our subscriber copies of SFX Magazine arrived yesterday and brought a nice surprise – a rare 5 Star review by David Bradley, the editor of SFX himself!
Feeling down in the dumps now that the excitement of Loncon3 is officially over? Well, don’t be. There’s much more to look forward to in the next fortnight…
The queen of dark fantasy herself, Ms. Charlaine Harris, will be landing in London on the 30th of August 2014.