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    After attending a séance, Maskull finds himself embarking on a journey to the planet Tormance, which orbits Arcturus. Alone, he wanders the startling landscape, encountering new monsters at every turn, constantly seeking the truth about the divinity known as Shaping, Surtur and Crystalman.

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    Ren lives alone on the remote frontier of a country devastated by a coup. High on the forested slopes, she survives by hunting and trading – and forgetting. But when a young soldier comes to the mountains in search of a legendary creature, Ren is inexorably drawn into an impossible mission. As their lives entwine, unravel and erupt – as myth merges with reality – both Ren and the soldier are forced to confront what they regret, what they love, and what they fear.

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    A man carries his girlfriend in the left-hand breast pocket of his shirt. During World War II, a young soldier searches the houses and barns of the families with whom he grew up. An astronaut wonders whether she can adapt to life back on Earth. In her second collection of short fiction, ‘100neHundred,’ Laura Besley explores a kaleidoscope of emotions through 100 stories of exactly 100 words.

  • By Rion Amilcar Scott
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    A genre-smashing collection of short stories, exploring larger themes of race, violence, and love – all told with sly humour.

  • By Tendai Huchu
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    If you loved Rivers of London, this fantastic mystery set in Edinburgh’s magical underworld will be the perfect next read. And anyone who enjoyed Stranger Things will root for Ropa, as she discovers secrets hidden in the darkness . . .

  • By Martin MacInnes
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    The world is heating up, species are dying out, and data collection is thriving. Shel Murray, a primate researcher, is sent to lead a small team investigating suspicious deaths in one of the last remaining troops of bonobo chimpanzees. Establishing base in a national park controlled by an elusive conglomerate, the team encounter odd, then alarming behaviour, suggestions of an unknown predator, and they begin to consider their own safety. Back at home, Shel’s partner, John, a software engineer, is attacked, suffering head trauma. As he tries to rebuild his memory, in a remote house shrouded in fog, he starts to question not only the assault, but his present circumstances. How can he explain the fresh wounds on his body, and the activity he hears during the night? Can he really trust his doctor? And how much should he worry about the pattern of mould growing along the front of the house?