Bestsellers, Science Fiction & Fantasy: March 2017
The Goblin Emperor
Yes, we know it came out a couple of years ago – but Ron has finally got around to reading it and is obsessed and forcing copies upon anyone who will listen to him… (it’s very, very good!)
Fantasy | PBK | $19.95
Are people really that interested in Norse gods and folklore? Nah. It’s the Gaiman factor! Selling buckets.
Fantasy/mythology | TP | $27.99
Etched in Bone (The Others 05)
One of the few paranormal/urban fantasies that we sell lots of in hardcover! Fans clearly think life is too short to wait for a paperback. If you haven’t tried yet, start with Written In Red (which is in paperback!) and see just what is getting so far under their collective skin…
Urban fantasy | HC | $47.95
Magic For Nothing (Incryptid 06)
Ghoulies. Ghosties. Long-legged beasties. Things that go bump in the night. Meet the Price family who’ve spent several generations studying them – and saving humanity from them. And vice versa. Latest in the series.
Urban fantasy | PBK | $19.95
The Stars Are Legion
According to the publisher’s blurb – this is in the tradition of The Fall of Hyperion and Dune – which is a big claim! Hurley is pretty fantastic, however – and feedback is good…
Space opera | PBK | $19.99
Talking dogs. Mischievous wizards. An evil step-stepsister. Loads and loads of toads. Such is the life of a Frogkisser…
YA fantasy | PBK | $19.99
Silence Fallen (Mercy Thompson 10)
The coyote shapeshifter has found her place in the werewolf pack – But when Mercy’s bond with the pack is broken – she’ll learn what it truly means to be alone…
Paranormal romance | TP | $29.99
Kings of the Wyld (The Band 01)
Their glory days long past, this band of mercenaries have grown old, fat, drunk – or a combination of the three. But when a former member of the crew turns up with a plea for help – it’s time to get the band back together…
Satirical fantasy | PBK | $22.99
Sins of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder 01)
Set in the same world as the Powder Mage trilogy. Beau says this is better than the first three – as McClellan opens up his world.
Flintlock fantasy | PBK | $19.99
Vigil (Verity Fassbinder 01)
Fabulous paranormal mystery… set here, in Brisbane (or, as Angela would have it: Brisneyland) – how could we not recommend this, above all else?
Urban fantasy | TP | $32.99