Five Great Ocean SciFi Scenes: A Guest Post by Jon Wallace

 We are thrilled to welcome back Jon Wallace to the Gollancz Blog. Jon Wallace shares with us a guest blog post about his new novel Rig. The third installment in the Kenstibec series, Rig, is set largely at sea – specifically the Arctic Ocean. Rig is available now in trade paperback and ebook. To celebrate the occasion, here Jon picks five great moments in sea-borne science fiction.  Oceanic – alone with God  Greg Eagen plunges the reader into a frightening religious rite as our narrator, ten-year-old Martin, is bound, weighted down and lowered into the depths of the ocean by…

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Happy Publication Day 16th June 2016!

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 mysterious forces . . . get yourself reading! Lynx is a mercenary with a sense of honour; a dying breed…

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Exclusive Interview with Jon Wallace

We are delighted to welcome Jon Wallace back to the Gollancz Blog. We caught up with Jon in an exclusive interview and we’ve asked him a few questions about books, writing, SFF, characters, writing rituals and more.  Who is your favourite author? Hard to select but I’ll choose Jack Womack, because Terraplane is the finest buy I ever made on a whim. I picked it up in a second hand bookshop (judging it purely by its cover) and discovered a wildly inventive voice. What book do you most often recommend to friends? This changes all the time. On recent form…

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Cover Reveal: Rig

We are delighted to reveal the cover for Jon Wallace’s enthralling new SF book, Rig, the final novel in the Kenstibec trilogy. The Kenstibec trilogy began with Barricade, which  introduced the artificial lifeform Kenstibec. Steeple saw him reduced to the level of humanity. Now Kenstibec must fight his way to the home of the man who created him and the other Ficials. The man who tipped the world into war and sealed humanity’s fate. Can Kenstibec win back a future for man? We are thrilled to be able to share with you the cover for the final book in the…

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