Kim Newman, The Night Mayor

Titan Books, 2015. 1st edition. Paperback. A criminal has fled in his own virtual reality. Two 'dreamers' -builders of virtual worlds- have to enter his to arrest him.*

Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter, The Long Mars

The Long Earth, volume 3

Doubleday, 2014. 1st edition. Paperback. The Earth has become inhabitable and mankind is fleeing to parallel worlds, the long earth.*

Julian Rathbone, Trajectories

Uncorrected book proof

Gollancz, 1998. 1st edition. Paperback. "contrasts the idyll that was the origin of our species with its final decades in a polluted, doomed environment"

Mike Resnick (ed.), Nebula Awards Showcase 2007

The Year's Best SF and Fantasy

Roc, 2007. 1st edition. Paperback. Short stories and articles on SF.

Alistair Reynolds, Blue Remembered Earth

Gollancz, 2012. Uncorrected Bound Proof. Paperback.

One hundred and fifty years from now, in a world where Africa is the dominant technological and economic power, and where crime, war, disease and poverty have been banished to history, Geoffrey Akinya wants only one thing: to be left in peace, so that he can continue his studies into the elephants of the Amboseli basin. But Geoffrey's family, the vast Akinya business empire, has other plans. After the death of Eunice, Geoffrey's grandmother, erstwhile space explorer and entrepreneur, something awkward has come to light on the Moon, and Geoffrey is tasked - well, blackmailed, really - to go up there and make sure the family's name stays suitably unblemished. But little does Geoffrey realise - or anyone else in the family, for that matter - what he's about to unravel. Eunice's ashes have already have been scattered in sight of Kilimanjaro. But the secrets she died with are about to come back out into the open, and they could change everything. Or shatter this near-utopia into shards . . . *

Alistair Reynolds, Poseidon's Wake

Poseidon's Children, part 3

Gollancz, 2015. 1st edition. Paperback.

Mankind has reached the stars. Now we are trying to unravel the heart of the universe, but all discoveries are dangerous and some mysteries might be safest left unexplored...*

Alastair Reynolds, Terminal World

Orion, 2010. 1st edition. Paperback. TERMINAL WORLD is a snarling, drooling, crazy-eyed mongrel of a book: equal parts steampunk, western, planetary romance and far-future SF. *

Adam Roberts, Bête

Gollancz, 2016. Paperback.

A man is about to kill a cow. He discusses life and death and his right to kill with the compliant animal. He begins to suspect he may be about to commit murder. But kills anyway ...

It began when the animal rights movement injected domestic animals with artificial intelligences in a bid to have the status of animals realigned by the international court of human rights. But what is an animal that can talk? Where does its intelligence end at its machine intelligence begin? And where might its soul reside?

As we place more and more pressure on the natural world and become more and more divorced Adam Roberts' new novel posits a world where nature can talk back, and can question us and our beliefs.

Roberts is an award winning author at the peak of his powers and each new novel charts an exciting new direction while maintaining a uniformly high level of literary achievement.*

Al Robertson, Crashing Heaven

Uncorrected Manuscript Proof

Gollancz, 2015. 1st editon. Paperback.

With Earth abandoned, humanity resides on Station, an industrialised asteroid run by the sentient corporations of the Pantheon. Under their leadership a war has been raging against the Totality - ex-Pantheon AIs gone rogue.*

Kim Stanley Robinson, 2312

Orbit, 2012. 1st edition. Paperback. Uncorrected Bound Proof. Strong SF-novel, set in the year 2312.*

Kim Stanley Robinson, Aurora

Orbit, 2015. Paperback. "tells the increadible story of our first voyage beyond the solar system."

Robert J. Sawyer, Rollback

Tor, 2007. 1st edition. Hardback.

Canadian author Sawyer (Mindscan) once again presents likable characters facing big ethical dilemmas in this smoothly readable near-future SF novel. Astronomer Sarah Halifax, who translated the first message from aliens and helped prepare humanity's response, is 87 when the second, encrypted message arrives 38 years later. To aid the decoding, a tycoon buys rejuvenation treatment for Sarah and Don, her husband of 60 years; however, only Don becomes young again. While coping with the physical indignities of old age, Sarah tries to figure out the puzzle of the second message. The bond between Don and Sarah continues, even while Don is joyfully and guiltily discovering the pleasures of living in a young body again. They want to do what's right for each other and the rest of humanity—for the aliens, too—if they can figure out what "right" could be. By its nature, a story about moral choices tends to get talky, but the talk is intelligent and performed by sympathetic and believable people. Sawyer, who has won Hugo and Nebula awards, may well win another major SF award with this superior effort.

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Mary Shelley, Frankenstein. Folio Society

or the Modern Prometheus

London, 2005. With an introduction by Miranda Seymour. Bound in full cloth in a slipcase. With 10 wood engravings by Harry Brockway.

Robert Silverberg, Reflections & Refractions

Thoughts on SF, Science and Other Matters

Underwood, 1997. Essays by Silverberg. 1st edition. Hardback. In slipcase. Signed, numbered and limited to 300 copies.

Space 1999 4: Collision Course

Orbit, 1975. 1st edition. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Space 1999 6: Astral Quest

Orbit, 1975. 1st edition. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Space 1999 8: Android Planet

Orbit, 1976. 1st edition. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Space 1999: Planets of Peril

Star, 1977. 1st edition. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Brian Stableford, The Way to Write Science Fiction


Elm Tree Books, 1989. 1st edition. Paperback. Signed by the author. Antiquarian: fine condition (owner´s stamp on first flyleaf).*

Philip Strick, Science Fiction Movies

The Movie Treasury

Galley Press, 1976. 1st edition. Hardback. Illustrated history of the SF movie. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Charles Stross, Singularity Sky

Orbit, 2004. "In the 21st century life has changed by the invention of faster-than-light spacetravel and the creation of a sentient computer."  1st edition. Hardback.

Paul Stanton, Village of Stars

Joseph, 1960. 1st edition. Hardback (dustjacket missing). Antiquarian: very good condition.

Tricia Sullivan, Dreaming in Smoke

Orion, 1998. 1st edition. Paperback. Scientists live on a hostile planet and then the central computer crashes. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Tade Thompson, Rosewater

The Wormwood Trilogy, book 1

Orbit, 2018. 1st edition. Paperback.

Rosewater is a town on the edge. A community formed around the edges of a mysterious alien biodome, its residents comprise the hopeful, the hungry and the helpless - people eager for a glimpse inside the dome or a taste of its rumoured healing powers.

Kaaro is a government agent with a criminal past. He has seen inside the biodome, and doesn't care to again - but when something begins killing off others like himself, Kaaro must defy his masters to search for an answer, facing his dark history and coming to a realisation about a horrifying future.*

Lavie Tidhar, The Violent Century

Hodder, 2014. 1st edition. Paperback.

For seventy years they guarded the British Empire. Oblivion and Fogg, inseparable friends, bound together by a shared fate. Until one night in Berlin, in the aftermath of the Second World War, and a secret that tore them apart.*

Jonathan Trigell, Genus

Corsair, 2011. 1st edition. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

In the Britain of a few tomorrows time, physical perfection is commonplace and self improvement has become an extinct expression: all the qualities men and women could aspire to can be purchased prior to birth. GENUS is a time of genetic selection and enrichment - life chances come on a sliding scale according to wealth. For some there is no money or choice, and an underclass has evolved; London's King's Cross, or The Kross as it is now known, has become a ghetto for the Unimproved. In The Kross, the natural, the dated, the cheap and the dull, live a brittle and unenviable existence. But unrest is growing; tension is mounting and a murderer is abroad in these dark quarters... Acclaimed author Jonathan Trigell's third novel is a breathtaking tour de force, exploring a dystopia of the not-too-distant-a future which will leave readers wondering not 'what if', as the original audience of Huxley's Brave New World did, but 'when'. Praise for Jonathan Trigell: 'A compelling narrative, a beautifully structured piece of writing, and a thought-provoking novel of ideas. It's a wonderful debut.' - Sarah Waters, Chair of the Judges for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize on Boy A 'A fine and moving debut novel... compulsively readable... a rare treat' The Independent on Boy A 'Does for extreme winter sports what Alex Garland's The Beach did for backpacking.' - Financial Times on Cham. *

Esso's Woundrous Travels 2000 Calendar

...in the 3rd Millennium, after Jules Verne

Large, spiral bound calendar with 19th century looking plates, depicting the far future. Antiquarian: fine condition.*

Vernor Vinge, The Collected Stories

London, 2008. 1st edition. Paperback. Collection of 17 short stories and novella's.

Ren Warom, Virology

Titan Books, 2017. 1st edition. Paperback. The story of Shock and his mates continues. He is on the run and searching for those responsible for the virus outbreak. Cyberpunk.*

Andy Weir, The Martian

New York, 2014. Paperback. t relates the story of Mark Watney’s escape from being marooned on Mars. A member of the crew on the third living mission to Mars, Watney is struck in a storm when the mission formally aborts and must use his wits and the sharply limited physical resources available to him to make his way to a site from which he can be extracted. *

H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon

Airmont Classics Series CL78. 1965. Published for the first time in 1901. Paperback. With an introductio by A.W. Lowndes. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Alan West, Close Encounters

The Strange Truth about Ufo's

Arrow, 1978. 1st edition. Illustrated. Paperback. Antiquarian: very good condition.

Kate Wilhelm, Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang

Orb, 1998. "An isolated post-holocaust community is determined to survive". Paperback.

David Wingrove, The Immortals of Science Fiction

Pierrot, 1980. 1st edition. Hardback. Illustrated book on robots, androids and such. Such as Susan Calvin from Asimov's I, Robot. Antiquarian: fine condition.*

David Wingrove, Chung Kuo

The Middle Kingdom, book 1

Delacorte Press, 1990. 1st edition. Hardback. Antiquarian: fine condition.*

The Year is 2190. China has once again become a world unto itself and this time its only boundary is space . . . The world is City Earth, ruled by the Seven, China's new kings. Beautiful, controlled, sensual, this high-tech society is rushing toward war between the forces of West and East, between the rebels who hunger for change and the overlords who demand stability, between the very powers of darkness and light. It will be an era of violent conflagration destined to expose the basest elements of human nature . . . and the highest dreams. An epic that draws us into an alternative world so real, so complete that we become denizens of the new Middle Kingdom, touched by longings we never imagined. . . driven by forces as ancient as man's first breath. Not since Asminov's Foundation books and Herbert's Dune has there been such a majestic and powerful vision of a believable other world. . . seductive, chilling, unforgettable!

Elizabeth Wollheim (ed.), Daw SF 30th Anniversary

Uncorrected proof

Daw, 2002. Collection of Sf stories by various authors. Paperback.

Elizabeth Wollheim (ed.), Daw SF 30th Anniversary

Daw, 2002. Collection of Sf stories by various authors. 1st edition. Hardback.

Charles Yu, How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

London, 2010. 1st edition. Hardback.

Yu uses futuristic ideas to explore a mundane theme: writing about the self and the moment in Tristram Shandy–esque digressions. The protagonist, who shares the author's name, spends most of the story interacting with entities that either mirror him (TAMMY, an operating system who reflects his personality) or don't exist (Ed, a "weird ontological entity" in the shape of a dog; Phil, a programmed supervisor who thinks he's human). The conclusion tries to mitigate character-Yu's risk-averse solipsism, but is too quick and abstract to really counter the rest of the book's emotional weight. Mainstream readers will be baffled by the highly nonlinear Oedipal time travel plot, but the passive, self-obsessed protagonist is straight out of the mainstream fiction that many SF fans love to hate, leaving this book without an audience. *

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back pencil

Issued in the 80ties exclusively for the Star Wars fanclub. The pencil is white with lettering and faces in red. Unused (top not even sharpened).

Star Trek: Necessary Evil promo postcard


Promo postcard for the Decipher CCG Necessary Evil, featuring Kyra from Deep Space 9.