Books

Rare book seller Peter Harrington has launched its latest literature catalogue which includes rare fantasy and science fiction books spanning a broad selection of popular and specialist genres. Entitled In Other Worlds: Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Beyond, the 180-item catalogue spans several centuries and genres, from dystopian and apocalyptic fiction to imaginative tales that have
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Publisher: Penguin Random House US Writer: Laurie Halse Anderson Artist: Leila del Duca Price: $16.99 In Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, writer Laurie Halse Anderson strips away the strength and confidence synonymous with the titular character and delivers a timely, powerful reimagining of the iconic warrior’s origins. As she approaches her 16th birthday, Princess Diana is
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Author: Grady Hendrix Publisher: Quirk Books Released: Out now Price: £9.99 When you hear “vampire slayer”, you probably think of a certain blonde teenager. But what the women of the Southern Book Club have in common with Buffy – aside from their bloodsucker problem – is that they’re living in the Nineties. In South Carolina
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We have great news for those wondering what Cymera, Scotland’s festival of science fiction, fantasy and horror writing, is doing this year amid the ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic: it’s going digital! The festival organisers have said that they were originally going to offer a taster plate of the festival online, but thanks to the
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Author: Ben Aaronovitch Publisher: Gollancz Price: £18.99 Wonderfully blending technology and magic, Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers Of London series focuses on the adventures of Peter Grant – a Met police officer who works in a very special department: dealing with strange and unusual crimes of a magical nature. Luckily, Grant is both a police officer and
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The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind by Jackson Ford caused much excitement and expletives when published last year – being hailed as “Alias meets X-Men in a grimly LA setting” by Maria Lewis, a “madcap adventure” that speeds along at “breakneck pace” by the Guardian and “furious, frenetic, fun, and ‘f*ck you’’ by Robert Brockway.
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