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New Books received February 1995

Ackerman, Forrest J. see Janrae Frank
Adams, Douglas. Two Complete Novels: Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency/The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. $12.99.
Reprint 1987 and 1988 British hardcovers.
[Alien Nation] L. A. Graf. Extreme Prejudice. $5.50.
Alien Nation 7.
Allen, Roger MacBride. see [Star Wars]; [audio]
Allende, Isabel. Casa de los espiritus. $10.50.
Spanish edition of House of the Spirits.
Allende, Isabel. Eva Luna (Spanish). $13.50.
Argentine edition of Eva Luna.
Asimov, Isaac. Gold: The Final Science Fiction Collection. $20.00.
Previously uncollected fiction and essays.
"A disappointment even for staunch Asimov fans. Miscellaneous dregs, books intros, leftover IASFM editorials. Not even 'all of his uncollected SF stories that have never before appeared in book form'; where's the story from Runner's World, f'rexample?"--Matthew
Asire, Nancy. see C. J. Cherryh
Attanasio, A. A. Solis. $4.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Atwood, Margaret. Robber Bride. $6.50.
Reprint 1993 Canadian hardcover.
[Babylon 5] John Vornholt. Voices. $5.50.
Babylon 5 1: based on the series by J. Michael Straczynski.
"Clumsily written, inconsistent with aired material--and how did Mars get to be bakingly hot? The TV series is great, but this book should be avoided."--David G.
Baker, Nicholson. Fermata. $11.00.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Ballard, J. G. Best Short Stories of J. G. Ballard. $15.95.
Reprint 1978 hardcover. Introduction by Anthony Burgess.
"How can you say 'no' to this?"--Mad Prof Mike
Also recommended by Jan and Dave.
Bartok, Mira and Christine Ronan. Ancient China. $9.95.
Ancient and Living Cultures Stencils.
Bartok, Mira and Christine Ronan. Ancient Egypt and Nubia. $9.95.
Ancient and Living Cultures Stencils.
Barton, William. When Heaven Fell. $5.50.
[Battletech] Robert Thurston. I am Jade Falcon. $4.99.
Battletech 17.
Bishop, Michael. Ancient of Days. $13.95.
Reprint 1985 hardcover; first trade paperback.
"Bishop's tour-de-force tale of prehistoric man in present-day Georgia is a delight to have back in print."--Debbie
Also recommended by Jan and Dave.
Bohnhoff, Maya Kaathryn. Crystal Rose. $5.99.
Sequel to The Meri and Taminy ($4.99). Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet.
Bova, Ben. Empire Builders. $5.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. Sequel to Privateers ($3.50). Cover art by Boris Vallejo.
[Bradbury, Ray] Stephen Leigh and John J. Miller. Dinosaur Empire. $4.99.
Fifth in the series. Cover art by Wayne Barlowe; illustrations by Jainschigg and Skinner. A Byron Preiss Book.
Briery, Tracy. Werewolf Chronicles. $4.50.
Brust, Steven. Five Hundred Years After. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Sequel to The Phoenix Guards ($4.99).
Bujold, Lois McMaster. Mirror Dance. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
"Bujold's mix of adventure, ethical complexity, and technology reaches new heights. Far and away her best book to date."--Debbie
Burroughs, William S. Cities of the Red Night. $11.00.
Reprint 1981 hardcover.
"A shivering, ecstatic fever dream which puts most 'post' literature to shame. If you haven't read this yet, put Hakim Bey in your CD player, indulge your drug of choice, and get ready to be spun by the hyperdelic anarchist cyclone of what might have been-is happening-will happen now. Those who have read it before will be pleasantly horrified by Burroughs seen through your 90's contacts--surf's up! Remember the bored."--Juris
"To be read only after taking a nice dose of yage."--Mad Prof Mike
Burroughs, William S. Place of Dead Roads. $12.00.
Reprint 1984 hardcover.
Busby, F. M. Arrow from Earth. $5.50.
Bush, Anne Kelleher. Daughter of Prophecy. $5.50.
Cover art by Thomas Canty.
Carey, Peter. Unusual Life of Tristan Smith. $24.00.
Reprint 1994 British hardcover.
Cherryh, C. J. with Mercedes Lackey, Nancy Asire and Leslie Fish. Sword of Knowledge. $15.00.
Omnibus reprint A Dirge for Sabis, Wizard Spawn, and Reap the Whirlwind (all 1989).
Child, Lincoln. see Douglas Preston
Chizmar, Richard, editor. Earth Strikes Back: New Tales of Ecological Horror. $18.95.
Original anthology.
Coupland, Douglas. Life After God. $8.00.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Coville, Bruce. Operation Sherlock. $3.99.
Reprint 1986 paperback. A.I. Gang 1. Although originally four books, this is now being billed as a trilogy--the second, not by Coville, apparently dropped.
Crawford, Dan. Wild Dog and Lone. $5.50.
Sequel to Rouse a Sleeping Cat ($4.99) and The Sure Death of a Mouse ($4.99).
Cunningham, Elaine. Unicorn Hunt. $3.95.
A First Quest book. Cover art by Tim Hildebrandt; illustrations by Valerie Valusek.
Dean, Pamela, P.J.F. The Dubious Hills. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
"This novel has the strangest fantasy concept I've ever encountered. Dean isn't quite up to the challenge--maybe no one would be--but her attempt still makes good reading."--Debbie
"Dean's newest book is set in the same universe as her earlier trilogy (The Secret Country, The Hidden Land, and The Whim of the Dragon); however, no knowledge of the other books is assumed or needed. As Dean tells the story of Arry, a 14-year-old girl who is now head of the household after the loss of her parents, both Arry and the reader must explore and come to understand the nature of the magic which rules the Dubious Hills. The result is an evocative book, rich with imagery and symbol, with a nature much like a dream. This is a challenging book, not one that can be read quickly and carelessly, nor easily set aside, but for the attentive reader, a rewarding one. Recommended."--Jan
Dick, Philip K. [Lawrence Sutin, editor]. Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick: Selected Literary and Philosophical Writings. $27.50.
Essays and stories, including two chapters from proposed sequel to The Man in the High Castle.
"Here's a welcome collection of PKD writings which were previously unavailable, either unpublished or scattered about in out-of-the way places. There are autobiographical writings, writings on SF, essays and speeches, and fragments of fiction. My favorite section is part four, the plot proposals and outlines, which includes casting notes on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and a plot idea for Mission: Impossible. Strongly recommended for the hard core PKD fan."--Jan
Dillard, J. M. see [Star Trek]
[Doctor Who] David A. McIntee. First Frontier. $5.95.
Doctor Who The New Adventures 30.
[Doctor Who] Mark Gatiss. St Anthony's Fire. $5.95.
Doctor Who The New Adventures 31.
Dodson, Peter. Alphabet of Dinosaurs. $14.95.
A Byron Preiss Book. Illustrations by Wayne D. Barlowe.
"Great pictures! So-so text; probably because it's for a very young audience."--Tom
"Barlowe's dinos rock!!"--Mad Prof Mike
Drake, David. Igniting the Reaches. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Drake, David. see also Robert E. Howard; S. M. Stirling
Duncan, Dave. see 'Ken Hood'
Emery, Clayton. see [Magic: The Gathering]
Finney, Jack. see [audio]
Fish, Leslie. see C. J. Cherryh
Forward, Eve. Villains by Necessity. $24.95.
Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet.
Frank, Janrae, Jean Stine and Forrest J Ackerman, editors. New Eves: Science Fiction About the Extraordinary Women of Today and Tomorrow. $14.95.
Reprint anthology collects stories by Brackett, Bradley, Butler, deFord, Fowler, Henderson, Kress, Le Guin, McHugh, Merril, Norton, Russ, Stevens, Tiptree, Wilhelm, and many others.
Franklin, H. Bruce, editor. Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century. $15.95.
Revised and expanded from 1966 hardcover critical anthology.
"Back in the late sixties, I got in trouble with an history teacher for citing one of Franklin's unsung nineteenth writers as a shining exemplar of American fiction. But aside from that, this remains a fascinating study of the roots of scientific fiction before the advent of Gernsback, balancing stories and historical criticism. Good to have back in print."--Dave
Frye, Ellen. Amazon Story Bones. $10.95.
1995 James Tiptree, Jr. Award finalist.
Gaiman, Neil. Snow, Glass, Apples. $8.00.
Benefit chapbook, illustrated by Charles Vess. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this chapbook is being donated to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Garcia Marquez, Gabriel. Cien anos de soledad. $16.50.
Argentine edition of One Hundred Years of Solitude.
Gilliam, Richard. see [Michael Moorcock]
Greenberg, Martin H. see Cynthia Sternau; Jane Yolen
Grundy, Stephan. Rhinegold. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover art by John Jude Palencar.
Haber, Karen. Woman Without a Shadow. $4.99.
Harrell, Janice. Blood Reunion. $4.99.
Vampire Twins 4.
Harrison, Harry. Stainless Steel Rat Sings the Blues. $5.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. An eighth Slippery Jim diGriz book.
"Mildly amusing, but Harrison's humor hasn't grown in years. For the completist or the bored."--Tom
Hawke, Simon. see [Star Trek: The Next Generation]
Heyer, Georgette. Bath Tangle. $3.99.
Reprint 1955 hardcover; new paperback edition. Regency Romance.
[Hitchcock, Alfred] Jane E. Sloan. Alfred Hitchcock: The Definitive Filmography.$18.00.
Reprint 1994 hardcover, with new addendum to the Annotated Bibliography.
Hofstadter, Douglas and the Fluid Analogies Research Group. Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought. $30.00.
Hogan, James P. Immortality Option. $21.00.
Sequel to Code of the Lifemaker ($4.99).
Hogan, James P. Realtime Interrupt. $12.95.
[Duncan, Dave as] 'Ken Hood'. Demon Sword. $4.99.
The Years of Longdirk: 1519
Howard, Robert E. [and David Drake]. Cormac MacArt. $5.99.
Augmented reprint 1976 hardcover. The first in a new series of Howard story collections.
"Collecting the odd Cormac story and many fragments which Howard left behind, some completed by Drake, some not, and an additional Cormac tale by Drake which is twice as long as any Howard finished, much of this material has appeared before in different contexts. Fun pulp reading, though the sketches may bother those who have less academic interest in Howard's writing."--Dave
Jeter, K. W. see [Star Trek Deep Space Nine]; [audio]
Jones, Terry. Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book. $21.95.
Illustrated by Brian Froud.
"Sick, twisted and very, very funny."--Tom
"My mom used to press flowers between the pages of an album . . . "--Dave
"The publishers are to be highly commended for their diligence and care so that no fairies were harmed in the production of this handsome and unique book. Utterly demented and utterly charming. Recommended to all lovers of fine bookmaking."--Jan
Jones, David Lee. Montezuma's Pearl. $4.99.
Kaminsky, Stuart M. Never Cross a Vampire. $5.50.
Reprint 1980 hardcover. A Toby Peters Mystery.
King, J. Robert. Rogues to Riches. $3.95.
A First Quest book. Cover art by Walter Velez; illustrations by Terry Dykstra.
Kinsella, W. P. Dixon Cornbelt League and Other Baseball Stories. $18.00.
Reprint 1993 Canadian hardcover. Collection of nine stories from 1988-1991.
Koja, Kathe. Strange Angels. $5.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Kramer, Edward E. see [Michael Moorcock]
La Farge, Tom. A Hundred Doors. $12.95.
Crimson Bears 2.
Lackey, Mercedes. see C. J. Cherryh
Leigh, Stephen. see [Ray Bradbury]
Lethem, Jonathan. Gun, with occasional music. $10.95.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
"If Raymond Chandler and Philip K. Dick had a child with the best of both talents, that child could have written this book. Unforgettable."--Debbie
[Lewis, C. S.] Roger Lancelyn Green and Walter Hooper. C. S. Lewis: A Biography. $12.95.
Revised edition of 1974 hardcover. Non-fiction.
Llywelyn, Morgan. Finn MacCool. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover art by Jim FitzPatrick.
"If you want romance . . . this has it. If you want adventure . . . it's here too. If you want history . . . Read this. If you want fights . . . they're everywhere. What's missing? I have no clue, but there is something not present. So here's to Llywelyn . . . Myth maker . . . Legend destroyer."--Andrew
[Lovecraft, H. P.] D M Mitchell, editor. Starry Wisdom: A Tribute to H. P. Lovecraft. $15.95.
Tribute anthology includes contributions by Ballard, Burroughs, Campbell, Lumley, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, and others.
"Cthulhu fhtagn! The Old Ones are back! Worship as you were born to worship! Tekeli-li! Tekeli-li!"--Mad Prof Mike
[Magic: The Gathering] Clayton Emery. Shattered Chains. $4.99.
A second book based on the Magic: The Gathering cards.
Mason, Lisa. Cyberweb. $20.00.
Sequel to Arachne ($4.50).
May, Julian. Diamond Mask. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Book Two of The Galactic Milieu Trilogy: sequel to Jack the Bodiless ($5.99).
McCaffrey, Anne. see [audio]
McConnell, Ashley. see [Quantum Leap]
McKenzie, Nancy. The High Queen. $5.99.
Sequel to The Child Queen ($5.99).
Michaels, Barbara. Wizard's Daughter. $5.99.
Reprint 1980 hardcover.
"Another pleasant though not spectacular read. The cover copy is more than a little misleading, but the story is sound."--Jennifer
Miller, John J. see [Ray Bradbury]
[Moorcock, Michael] Edward E. Kramer and Richard Gilliam, editors. Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf. $19.99.
Original anthology featuring Elric stories by Moorcock, Gaiman, Wagner (Karl Edward), Williams (Tad), and others.
Newman, Kim. Original Dr. Shade & Other Stories. $15.00.
British short story collection. No American edition due.
"A quirky and wonderful collection of short pieces; unsettling."--Tom
O'Donohoe, Nick. Under the Healing Sign. $4.99.
Sequel to The Magic and the Healing ($4.99).
Olsen, Lance. Tonguing the Zeitgeist. $11.95.
Palliser, Charles. Betrayals. $23.00.
Preston, Douglas and Lincoln Child. Relic. $22.95.
[Quantum Leap] Ashley McConnell. Random Measures. $4.99.
Quantum Leap 7.
Resnick, Mike. Inferno: A Chronicle of a Distant World. $4.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. Sequel to Paradise ($4.95) and Purgatory ($4.99).
"Resnick tackles the ugly story of Idi Amin's Uganda in his third African history retelling. Grimly fascinating. Recommended."--Debbie
Also recommended by Tom.
Russell, Sean. World Without End. $5.99.
Book One of Moontide and Magic Rise. Cover art by Braldt Bralds.
Sacks, Oliver. An Anthropologist on Mars: Seven Paradoxical Tales. $24.00.
Seven essays from The New Yorker and The New York Review of Books. Non-science fiction.
"Fascinating case histories which show how easily ordinary human existence can be transmogrified into something wonderful and strange. Some of his patients' 'realities' make PKD's twisted landscapes and Ballard's bleakness seem tame by comparison. Sacks' unflagging compassion and enthusiam for his topic makes him an ideal guide to these strange recesses of the human mind. Recommended."--Jan
Sadero, D. V. Revolt of the Naked. $4.95.
Sallis, James. Black Hornet. $18.95.
A third Lew Griffin detective novel set in New Orleans.
Savage, Felicity. Humility Garden. $4.99.
Cover art by Mel Odom.
[Schwa] Bill Barker. Complete Counter Schwa Kit. $16.00.
"Schwa is Schwa, so why do we need Counter Schwa? Because if Schwa is the ultimate Dada surrealist conspiracy and one is too paranoid to believe that the surrealist colonization of the unconscious is Reality/Beauty, then the counterforce must be Reality or Counter Schwa. Don't just read the theory, live the delusion."--Juris
"Obey your implants!"--Mad Prof Mike
Self, Will. Quantity Theory of Insanity: Together with Five Supporting Propositions. $21.00.
Reprint 1991 hardcover; first American edition.
Mary Shelley. Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein. $24.95.
Reprint 1983 hardcover; old introduction by King, new foreword by Ron Marz.
"A product of the latter-half of the post-Underwood-Miller divorce, reproduction of Wrightson's fine ink feathering is here inexcusably smudged when compared with the original edition. One expected higher quality control."--Dave
Shippey, Tom, editor. Oxford Book of Fantasy Stories. $25.00.
Anthology reprints thirty-one classic fantasy stories by Dunsany, Merritt, Lovecraft to Shepard, Holdstock, Pratchett and others.
Silverberg, Robert. The Mountains of Majipoor. $19.95.
A fourth Majipoor book. Jacket art by Jim Burns.
Sleator, William. Others See Us. $14.99.
Smith, David Alexander, editor. Future Boston: The History of a City 1990-2100. $13.95.
Reprint 1994 hardcover original anthology, includes stories by Jablokov, Geoffrey Landis, and others.
Smith, Sherwood and Dave Trowbridge. The Rifter's Covenant. $4.99.
Exordium 4 [of 5, per Trowbridge], following The Phoenix in Flight, Ruler of Naught, and A Prison Unsought ($4.99 each). Cover art by Jim Burns.
[Star Trek] J. M. Dillard. Recovery. $5.50.
Star Trek 73. Final book in the Lost Years Saga.
[Star Trek] David Alexander. Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Non-fiction. Foreword by Ray Bradbury.
[Star Trek: The Next Generation] Simon Hawke. Blaze of Glory. $5.50.
Star Trek: The Next Generation 34.
[Star Trek Deep Space Nine] K. W. Jeter. Warped. $22.00.
[Star Trek Deep Space Nine].see also [audio]
[Star Wars] Roger MacBride Allen. Ambush at Corellia. $5.99.
The Corellian Trilogy 1.
[Star Wars]. see also [audio]
[Star Wars] Mark Cotta Vaz and Shinji Hata. From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives. $40.00.
Stasheff, Christopher. A Wizard in Mind. $19.95.
Rogue Wizard 1. Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet.
Stasheff, Christopher. A Wizard in Bedlam. $4.99.
Rogue Wizard 2. Reprint 1979 paperback.
Steele, Allen. Rude Astronauts: Real and Imagined Stories. $4.99.
Reprint 1992 short story and nonfiction collection.
Sternau, Cynthia and Martin H. Greenberg, editors. Secret Prophecies of Nostradamus. $4.99.
Original anthology: with stories by Hoffman, Rusch, Smith (Dean Wesley), Weinberg, and others.
Stevenson, Robert Louis. see [audio]
Stine, Jean. see Janrae Frank
Stine, R. L. Dead End. $3.99.
A Fear Street young adult horror novel.
Stine, R. L. Monster Blood III. $3.50.
Goosebumps 29.
Stirling, S. M. and David Drake. The Sword. $5.99.
The General Book 5.
Sutcliff, Rosemary. The Lantern Bearers. $5.95.
Reprint 1959 hardcover.
Taylor, L. A. Cat's Paw. $4.99.
Townsend, Larry. 2069 Trilogy. $6.95.
Reprint 1969, 1970 and 1970 paperbacks.
"A trilogy of early queer softporn space operas, set in the same future as his Scorpius Equation. Stimulating for some."--Dave
Trowbridge, Dave. see Sherwood Smith
van Vogt, A. E. see [audio]
Vonarburg, Elisabeth. Reluctant Voyagers. $5.99.
Translation by Jane Brierley of 1994 Canadian French hardcover.
"This strange, allusive novel doesn't ever quite fall into place, but is never boring or predictable."--Debbie
Vornholt, John. see [Babylon 5]
Westrheim, Margo. Calendars of the World: A Look at Calendars & the Ways We Celebrate. $11.95.
Willis, Connie. Remake. $40.00. [no longer available]
One of 2000 signed, numbered and boxed hardcovers. Also available in trade paperback ($11.95) and mass market paperback ($5.99).
"A cynically funny take on the future of film-making in a digitized world. Recommended."--Debbie
Wilson, Robert Charles. Mysterium. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 trade paperback.
Wrede, Patricia C. Talking to Dragons. $3.99.
Reprint 1985 paperback. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles Book Four.
"This was the first to be written, though it happens last. Cimorene's son, the hero, gets into at least as much trouble as his mother ever did. Recommended."--Debbie
"Above-average light fantasy."--David G.
Also recommended by Tom and Jan.
Wrightson, Berni. see Mary Shelley
[Writer's Digest] Robin Gee, editor. 1995 Novel & Short Story Writer's Market. $19.99.
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn. Darker Jewels. $13.95.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. A Count Saint-Germain novel.
Yep, Laurence. Tree of Dreams: Ten Tales from the Garden of Night. $13.95.
Pictures by Isadore Seltzer.
Yolen, Jane [and Martin H. Greenberg], editor[s]. Xanadu 3. $21.95.
Original fantasy anthology Includes stories by Clayton, Etchemendy, Lee, Palwick, Sherman, Snyder, Windling and others.

Audio received February 1995

[audio] Jack Finney. From Time to Time. $23.00.
Abridged reading by Campbell Scott, approximately four-and-a-half hours on four cassettes.
[cd] Hanna-Barbera. Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Sound FX. $15.98.
35 excruciating minutes of sound effects, 97 tracks!
"Listen on headphones, long and loud. Feel your brain biochemistry alter. See the pretty images the sounds make you see. Be afraid. Be very afraid."--Mad Prof Mike
"This one is my fault -- I wanted to get the sound effects (speeder noises, tube entry and exit, and so on) from the Jetsons. Unfortunately that turned out to be only 6 of the 97 tracks. But if you want goofy Birthday Greetings [5], Answering Machine Messages [5], or an extensive collection of klonks, kabongs, crashes, thumps, sproings, kablams, pops, gun shots, ricochets, skids, slides, squeaks, spins, zips and zooms, then this disk is for you! And the frightening thing is, Rhino has barely warmed up -- they are threatening to do more. Not for commercial use; straight-through listening produces mind-numbing results. Sorta recommended."--Jan
[audio] Anne McCaffrey. Girl Who Heard Dragons. $17.95.
Abridged reading by Constance Towers, approximately three hours on three cassettes.
[audio] [Star Trek Deep Space Nine] K. W. Jeter. Warped. $16.00.
Abridged reading by Rene Auberjonois, approximately two hours on two cassettes.
[audio] [Star Wars] Roger MacBride Allen. Ambush at Corellia. $16.99.
The Corellian Trilogy 1. Read by Anthony Heald.
[audio] [Star Wars] Dark Horse Comics. Tales of the Jedi. $17.00.
Full cast audio drama based on the Dark Horse Comics series.
[audio] Robert Louis Stevenson. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. $16.95.
Three hour abridged reading by Jonathan Hyde (!) on two cassettes.
[audio] A. E. van Vogt. Slan. $15.95.
Cast of sixteen, The Third Ear Radio Theatre, with original music sound effects.


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