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Can Erasmus and Roka overcome the fiendish defences of the Factory? Will the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden stop them, or will Sir Tantalus himself step in? Who will learn the Factory's terrible secrets? The final part of a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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In which unstoppable time meets immoveable space... A headlong romp through time and space from an author whose "...enthralling writing transforms myths into reality" (SFX). (...more)
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One More Unfortunate One More Unfortunate by Kaitlin Queen
Relentlessly drawn back to a circle of old friends and enemies, Nick Redpath has all kinds of issues to deal with. But first he must prove that he didn't murder his old flame, Geraldine Wyse... (...more)
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With the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden on their trail and Sir Tantalus Blackmore's crooked men closing in, Kora and her friend Erasmus Darwin must survive from day to day and try to uncover the monstrous plots surrounding them. A breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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A girl with two souls and a father who will stop at nothing, gets drawn into a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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The Quarantined City The Quarantined City by James Everington
The Quarantined City: sealed off from the outside world, with only the sight of the ocean to remind its inhabitants of life beyond. But for Fellows life continues largely as before, until he tracks down a story by the reclusive writer known as Boursier and his old certainties fade as he becomes aware that the secrets of the city run deeper than he thinks... (...more)
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The Fall of Tartarus The Fall of Tartarus by Eric Brown
In myth Tartarus was the lowest region of hell. In reality it is a world about to die... These are the stories of the people who are leaving Tartarus, those have decided to stay and those who are arriving on the planet for the apocalypse. "Eric Brown spins a terrific yarn"--SFX "British writing with a deft, understated touch: wonderful" --New Scientist (...more)
No Grave For A Fox No Grave For A Fox by Stephen Palmer
The story of a couple of itinerant street musicians, a mysterious Japanese dog, an enigmatic nexus wizard, and a nexus revolution that threatens to cover Africa, and perhaps the whole world. A fast-paced, philosophical thriller that takes the reader across the globe through a post-oil world of danger, surprise and possibility. (...more)
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In the 22nd century the aether is a telepathic cyberspace, biochips augment human brains and AIs, concepts, even symbols can be dangerous. (...more)
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A Restless Wind A Restless Wind by Shahrukh Husain
After ten years as a Muslim in Britain, human rights lawyer Zara Hamilton finally seeks the answers to questions that have haunted her. When she returns to Qila, her world is shatteringly different, her aristocratic family mired in complications and far-right politics on the rise. Amid the unrest, Zara seeks the key to her mother's secret as contemporary resentments clash with a harmonious past. (...more)
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A gang of biker nuns rides out on a mysterious rescue mission in this dazzling work of metaphysical science fiction. Marooned on Schell Isle in a pre-apocalyptic near future, the women are waiting. The men have all gone to war - the ultimate sexist act - but when they come back will they be welcomed? An extraordinary look at women in the contemporary world. (...more)
The Ragthorn The Ragthorn by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth
"I am placing this entry at the beginning of my edited journal for reasons that will become apparent. Time is very short for me now, the final part of the ritual draws near... I cannot pretend that I am not frightened." A dark and unsettling World Fantasy Award-winning work by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth. (...more)
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Beautiful Intelligence Beautiful Intelligence by Stephen Palmer
AI or BI? Artificial intelligence or beautiful intelligence? The race to create a sentient machine is headed by two teams, but with a Japanese chase team close on their heels, will either be successful before they are trapped and caught? A fast-paced, philosophical thriller that confronts questions of how we will create artificial sentience, and whether it will be beautiful. (...more)
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The Iron Wire The Iron Wire by Garry Kilworth
A young telegrapher travels halfway around the world to help create one of the technological wonders of the Victorian age: the construction of a single galvanised iron wire between Adelaide and Darwin, crossing two thousand miles of wilderness. A novel of human hope and progress in a land where men die, women are widowed, and bushrangers live by the lie and the gun. (...more)
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Riding the Serpent Riding the Serpent's Back by Keith Brooke
An old era is drawing to a close, a new era about to begin, and the great mage Donn has passed on his Talents to a new generation. When a rogue church leader threatens to set loose wild powers, Donn's children must oppose him but, also, they must contend with Donn himself: the old mage has not finished with his children yet. A fantasy epic of revolution, jealousy and earth-shattering magic. (...more)
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Hairy London Hairy London by Stephen Palmer
What is love? One evening at the Suicide Club three gentlemen discuss this age-old problem, and thus a wager is made. Dissolute fop Sheremy Pantomile, veteran philosopher Kornukope Wetherbee and down-on-his-luck Velvene Orchardtide all bet their fortunes on finding the answer amidst the dark alleys of a phantasmagorical Edwardian London. But then, overnight, London Town is covered in hair... (...more)
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Expatria: the box set Expatria: the box set by Keith Brooke
A lost colony, rediscovered by descendants of its original investors... When the expedition from the Holy Corporation of GenGen arrives on Expatria, for some it looks like salvation from a backward-looking, superstition-ridden society, but for others, it looks suspiciously like an invasion. "In the recognized front ranks of SF writers" Locus (...more)
Flowercrash Flowercrash by Stephen Palmer
Zaïdmouth's five communities are intertwined by artificial flower networks so complex they combine to create the virtual realities through which Za├»dmouth is run. Yet into this vivid world a bad seed is about to be sewn. Set in a vibrant future world, Flowercrash is the new novel from the acclaimed author of Memory Seed and Glass. (...more)
Glass Glass by Stephen Palmer
A plague is spreading through the city of Cray. Nobody knows its origin and nobody has discovered a cure. Cray is dying. Of glass. As the city's ruling council resorts to increasingly desperate measures to maintain order, two people's lives are about to change... (...more)
Memory Seed Memory Seed by Stephen Palmer
There is one city left, and soon that will be gone, for the streets of Kray are crumbling beneath a wave of exotic and lethal vegetation threatening to wipe out the last traces of humanity. In the desperate struggle for survival most Krayans live from day to day, awaiting salvation from their goddesses or the government. A compelling first novel set on a world both deadly and fascinating. (...more)
Salvage Salvage by Eric Brown
The Salvageman Ed series of linked stories - four of which appear here for the first time - combine action, humour and pathos, from the master of character-based adventure science fiction. (...more)
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The Accord The Accord by Keith Brooke
When Noah and Priscilla escape into the Accord, Priscilla's murderous husband plots to destroy the whole Accord and them with it. Where does the pursuit of revenge stop for immortals in an eternal world? (...more)
Genetopia Genetopia by Keith Brooke
The wilds: a world where genes mutate and migrate between species through plague and fever, but that's where Flint must go... "A minor masterpiece that should usher Brooke at last into the recognized front ranks of SF writers" (Locus) (...more)
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In Springdale Town In Springdale Town by Robert Freeman Wexler
Some say Springdale exists only on the contoured highways of our collective imagination. Others point to references dating back to Colonial Boston, to multiple versions of a ballad telling a story of remorse and disgrace. For two people, Springdale is where their lives will intersect with devastating force. (...more)
The Rat and the Serpent The Rat and the Serpent by Stephen Palmer
Imagine a film made in black-and-white. Now imagine a novel written in black-and-white. The Rat And The Serpent is a dark phantasmagoria related entirely in monochrome. Read this and enter a world portrayed as never before in the field of fantastic literature. (...more)
One of Us One of Us by Iain Rowan
Anna fled her own country when the police murdered her brother and her father, but now, in a world of people trafficking, prostitution and murder, she must decide how much she is prepared to give up to be one of us? Shortlisted for the UK Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger award. (...more)
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Penumbra Penumbra by Eric Brown
When a young tug pilot's career is ruined by a collision he has no choice but to accept a risky commission to a remote planet. (...more)
Hallucinating Hallucinating by Stephen Palmer
Europe, 2049, and an alien invasion is imminent. Or is it a hallucination? A unique vision from the author of Memory Seed and Glass. (...more)
Lord of Stone Lord of Stone by Keith Brooke
Bligh, drawn irresistibly to the civil war in Trace, appears to be possessed by one of the six Lords Elemental. Bligh thinks he's going mad, but if he is then it's a madness shared by others... (...more)
Approaching Omega Approaching Omega by Eric Brown
The colonisation mission has failed, three of the five colony sleeper hangars have been destroyed... Time to adjust mission parameters. Classic SF from international bestseller Eric Brown. (...more)
Circus of the Grand Design Circus of the Grand Design by Robert Freeman Wexler
A journey through strange and wonderful lands, amongst mad acrobats, sexy elephant riders, a magical mechanical horse, a giant woman and her savage, prehistoric rodent bears and more. (...more)
Meridian Days Meridian Days by Eric Brown
Meridian seemed like the perfect place for Bob Benedict to escape the tragedy of his past but soon it's all he can do just to survive... (...more)
In this disturbing tale of clashing realities, Hugo- & World Fantasy Award-winner John Grant skilfully juggles a strange cosmology with the darker side of the human soul. (...more)
Spotted Lily Spotted Lily by Anna Tambour
When the Devil drops into Angela Pendergast's bedroom in her sharehouse in inner-city Sydney with a contract in hand, her life has little better alternative so she signs. Shortlisted for the William L. Crawford Award; a Locus Recommended Reading List selection. (...more)
A Writer A Writer's Life by Eric Brown
A haunting novella that explores the essence of creativity, the secret of love, and the tragedy that lies at the heart of human existence. (...more)