A new adventure in Ben Aaronovitch’s bestselling PC Grant series, for September 2017

Gollancz is delighted to announce the acquisition of THE FURTHEST STATION, a brand new novella in the bestselling PC Grant series by Ben Aaronovitch, for publication in September 2017. Publishing Director Gillian Redfearn acquired world rights (excluding the USA, France and Germany, which are represented by agent) from John Berlyne of the Zeno Literary Agency. THE FURTHEST STATION is Ben Aaronovitch’s first PC Grant novella . . . and there’s something going bump on the Metropolitan line. And when commuters start reporting encounters with ghosts up and down the track – encounters which they forget entirely within minutes – Peter…

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Nalini Singh’s Amazing Audio

Orion’s incredible Audio Manager Paul Stark has joined us on the blog to talk about Nalini Singh’s audio books and how you can get your hands (ears?) on them. A fair few months ago I was setting up the microphone so that Jen, our Marketing Manager, and Rachel, Nalini’s UK editor, could record an interview with New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh (the interview is available here), and I was lucky to have a chance to listen to Nalini talk about the creation of her Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series and her route to publication. Nalini was a fantastic speaker…

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Happy Publication Day 23rd February 2017!

Neuromancer fans: It’s not over! There’s more to the Sprawl than you thought . . . One of the defining novels of the 20th Century Neuromancer was prescient in ways no one could have imagined. Referenced in the way we speak about and see the internet and technology, from cyberspace to The Matrix, it was – and remains – a masterpiece. Count Zero and Mona Lisa Smile continue the story of the Sprawl, while Burning Chrome collects short stories including the Nebula-shortlisted Johnny Mnemonic.   Count Zero by William Gibson  Nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula Awards, COUNT ZERO…

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Çeda Visits Roseridge

We are delighted to welcome Bradley Beaulieu back to the blog. Today Bradley shares with us another exclusive deleted scene from Blood Upon the Sand. Return to the ancient walled city of Sharakhai, home to the Twelve Kings and Çeda. This exciting extract follows Çeda as she visits Roseridge.   Çeda Visits Roseridge As Çeda left through the main gate of the House of Maidens and headed west along the Spear, the sounds of the city rose up around her. She wore not the Maidens’ black, but a flame-orange dress and an ochre hijab that veiled her face. It made…

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Cover Reveal: Nalini Singh’s Archangel’s Viper

Prepare yourself as we reveal the cover of book ten in Nalini Singh’s searing GUILD HUNTER series, ARCHANGEL’S VIPER. Designer Patrick Knowles has picked some perfect acidic green tones for this venomous number . . . Return to the epic and dangerous world of the Guild Hunters in this new adventure from New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh, as immortal angels, vampires and mortals struggle to build a new world order . . . Venom has always been one of the most mysterious and seductive members of the Seven – Archangel Raphael’s personal guard. But even this powerful vampire…

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