This week we have a particularly bountiful pile of Friday reads from Team Gollancz . . . Sophie – The Ship by Antonia Honeywell Emily – When It’s A Jar by Tom Holt Darren – The Unreal & the Real by Ursula K. Le Guin Marcus – Proxima by Stephen Baxter Gillian – NOS4R2 by Joe Hill Simon – Collected Stories by Isaac Babel Charlie – The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters Harriet – The Relic Guild by Edward Cox
Gollancz are incredibly excited to share with you all the amazing cover for The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May! 1845. The battle is over. Edinburgh stands in ruins. Only Alieana Kameron, former heiress and debutante, now murderess and fae-slayer, remains amid the destruction. Humanity has moved on – but the war has only just begun. The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May is out 17th September 2015 in Trade Paperback and eBook
Edward Cox reveals the (not so) secret identities of the agents of the THE RELIC GUILD… On 18th September, to coincide with the release of my debut novel, Gollancz and I revealed the secret identities of the magickers who serve the greater good and keep your town safe. Hoorah! And now, on the last day of Gollancz’s fabulous £1.99 e-book deal, we are once again proud to present to you… the agents of THE RELIC GUILD! Today (25th September 2014) is the last day you can buy Edward Cox’s The Relic Guild on eBook for just £1.99 from e-retailers!
As another week comes to a close, it’s time to check out what Team Gollancz will be reading this weekend . . . Harriet – Northern Lights by Philip Pullman Darren – The House of War and Witness by Mike, Linda and Louise Carey Marcus – Elric: The Moonbeam Roads by Michael Moorcock Gillian – The Relic Guild by Edward Cox Simon – Introducing SF edited by Brian W. Aldiss Emily – Poison by Sarah Pinborough Charlie – The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell
We are absolutely delighted to announce that Beauty, Sarah Pinborough’s novella retelling the story of Sleeping Beauty, has been recognised as the Best Novella of 2014 by the prestigious British Fantasy Society Awards . Part of a linked trio of novellas (Poison, retelling the story of Snow White, Charm, retelling Cinderella’s story, and Beauty, focusing on Sleeping Beauty) Beauty is a dark, sexy and thoughtful stand-alone novella and we are thrilled that Pinborough’s skill as a storyteller has been recognised by the judges. Our congratulations also go to the other talented shortlisted authors.…