Swords & Dark Magic edited by Lou Anders and Jonathan Strahan

An excellent anthology and one that is probably as well timed as it could possibly be given the recent upsurge in the genre.

Version 43 by Philip Palmer

For sheer breadth of invention and imagination, Philip Palmer is hard to beat.

Blood and Iron by Tony Ballantyne

Tony Ballantyne's second in the Penrose Series shows what a gifted storyteller he is.

Odd Is On Our Side By Dean Koontz

By Dean Koontz

A thoroughly enjoyable, fast and light read for adults and teenagers alike.

How To Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy and Science Fiction

Edited by J N Williamson

Not really a 'How to..' in the truest sense, and not really recommended either.

Aurorarama by Jean-Christophe Valtat

By Jean-Christophe Valtat

Resting within unashamedly florid prose is a story of subtle depth and complexity.

Haynes Enterprise Manual

Famous workshop manual publisher Haynes has published the first full-colour technical manual for the U.S.S. Enterprise from Star Trek® - covering seven incarnations of the iconic starship.

I Shall Wear Midnight by Sir Terry Pratchett

By Sir Terry Pratchett

Terry Pratchett hits it out of the park again with this, the latest in the Tiffany Aching series.

Steampunk edited by Ann & Jeff Vandermeer

Edited by Ann & Jeff Vandermeer

A kind of steampunk 'greatest hits' that folk can dip in and out of at will.

The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron

A terrific, fast-paced, fun-filled, fantasy yarn.