Recently received books

Recently and forthcoming books (received by the BFS July 2011). Reviews of these have already started appearing on this website: 

  • The Braided Path (omnibus edition) by Chris Wooding. Gollancz ‘16.99: Fantasy trilogy in one very large volume
  • Fenrir by M D Lachlan. Gollancz ‘12.99: Heroic fantasy
  • August by Bernard Beckett. Quercus ‘6.99: YA romantic thriller
  • Ashes by Ilsa J Bick. Quercus ‘6.99: YA horror / fantasy
  • Cowboys and Aliens ‘ screen novelisation by Joan D Vinge: Tor ‘7.99: Book of the film. SF & cowboys
  • Final Days by Gary Gibson. Tor ‘17.99: Space opera
  • Awakening: Hyddenworld by William Horwood. Tor ‘17.99: Fantasy
  • Low Town: Straight Razor Cure by Danial Polansky. Hodder & Stoughton ‘18.99: Quest fantasy / dark crime
  • The Inhabitant of the Lake & Other Unwelcome Tenants by Ramsey Campbell. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Fiftieth anniversary edition of Ramsey Campbell’s first collection with lots of extras (originally published by Arkham House)
  • Osama by Lavie Tidhar. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Post-9/11 alternate history and international thriller
  • Wild Angels by Leigh Kennedy. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Fifteen short stories
  • Regicide by Nicholas Royle. Solaris ‘7.99: Horror fantasy
  • Germline by T C McCarthy/ Orbit ‘7.99: SF
  • Stormlord’s Exile: Stormlord Book 3 by Glenda Larke. Orbit ‘8.99: Fantasy
  • The Edinburgh Dead by Brian Ruckley. Orbit ‘7.99: Zombie horror
  • Spellbound by Kelley Armstrong. Orbit ‘16.99: Urban fantasy / teen
  • A Blight of Mages by Karen Miller. Orbit ‘7.99: Quest fantasy
  • Bricks by Leon Jenner. Coronet ‘12.99: YA historic fantasy
  • Mister Creecher by Chris Priestley. Bloomsbury ‘10.99: YA dark fantasy
  • Bioshock: Rapture by John Shirley. Titan Books ‘7.99: SF conspiracy fiction / gaming offshoot
  • Superheroes vs Supervillains A-Z by Sarah Oliver. John Blake ‘7.99: Film superheroes and villains
  • The Watchtower: Black Swan Book 2 by Lee Carroll. Bantam ‘12.99: Vampire urban fantasy
  • The Dead Sea Deception by Adam Blake. Sphere ‘6.99: Conspiracy theory / Dan Brownish fiction
  • The People Next Door by Christopher Ransom. Sphere ‘7.99: Supernatural thriller / horror
  • Do Not Pass Go by Joel Lane. Nine Arches Press (chapbook) ‘5.00: Crime noir stories set in/around Birmingham

Recently and forthcoming books (received by the BFS July 2011). Reviews of these have already started appearing on this website: 

  • The Braided Path (omnibus edition) by Chris Wooding. Gollancz ‘16.99: Fantasy trilogy in one very large volume
  • Fenrir by M D Lachlan. Gollancz ‘12.99: Heroic fantasy
  • August by Bernard Beckett. Quercus ‘6.99: YA romantic thriller
  • Ashes by Ilsa J Bick. Quercus ‘6.99: YA horror / fantasy
  • Cowboys and Aliens ‘ screen novelisation by Joan D Vinge: Tor ‘7.99: Book of the film. SF & cowboys
  • Final Days by Gary Gibson. Tor ‘17.99: Space opera
  • Awakening: Hyddenworld by William Horwood. Tor ‘17.99: Fantasy
  • Low Town: Straight Razor Cure by Danial Polansky. Hodder & Stoughton ‘18.99: Quest fantasy / dark crime
  • The Inhabitant of the Lake & Other Unwelcome Tenants by Ramsey Campbell. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Fiftieth anniversary edition of Ramsey Campbell’s first collection with lots of extras (originally published by Arkham House)
  • Osama by Lavie Tidhar. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Post-9/11 alternate history and international thriller
  • Wild Angels by Leigh Kennedy. PS Publishing ‘19.99 / ‘39.99: Fifteen short stories
  • Regicide by Nicholas Royle. Solaris ‘7.99: Horror fantasy
  • Germline by T C McCarthy/ Orbit ‘7.99: SF
  • Stormlord’s Exile: Stormlord Book 3 by Glenda Larke. Orbit ‘8.99: Fantasy
  • The Edinburgh Dead by Brian Ruckley. Orbit ‘7.99: Zombie horror
  • Spellbound by Kelley Armstrong. Orbit ‘16.99: Urban fantasy / teen
  • A Blight of Mages by Karen Miller. Orbit ‘7.99: Quest fantasy
  • Bricks by Leon Jenner. Coronet ‘12.99: YA historic fantasy
  • Mister Creecher by Chris Priestley. Bloomsbury ‘10.99: YA dark fantasy
  • Bioshock: Rapture by John Shirley. Titan Books ‘7.99: SF conspiracy fiction / gaming offshoot
  • Superheroes vs Supervillains A-Z by Sarah Oliver. John Blake ‘7.99: Film superheroes and villains
  • The Watchtower: Black Swan Book 2 by Lee Carroll. Bantam ‘12.99: Vampire urban fantasy
  • The Dead Sea Deception by Adam Blake. Sphere ‘6.99: Conspiracy theory / Dan Brownish fiction
  • The People Next Door by Christopher Ransom. Sphere ‘7.99: Supernatural thriller / horror
  • Do Not Pass Go by Joel Lane. Nine Arches Press (chapbook) ‘5.00: Crime noir stories set in/around Birmingham