New from Adrian Tchaikovsky:


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WELCOME TO HELL CITY, MARS

Jimmy Martin has a sore head.

He's used to smuggling illegal data in his headspace. But this is the first time it has started talking to him. The data claims to be a distinguished academic, author and civil rights activist.

It also claims to be a bear.

The Times book of the month - January 2021

A Head of Zeus book.

'an... unashamedly thrilling escapade'The Times

Goldsmiths Prize winner:

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Congratulations to M John Harrison, whose new novel The Sunken Land Begins to Rise Again has won the 2020 Goldsmiths Prize

'A literary masterpiece'The Guardian

Levar Burton Reads:


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Don’t miss LeVar Burton reading Adrian Tchaikovsky‘s new short story: Low Energy Economy.

You can listen to it here.


Scribe Award winner 2020:


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Congratulations to Pat Cadigan, whose movie tie-in, Alita: Battle Angel, has won the 2020 Scribe Award for best adapted novel.


Pan Macmillan acquires new science fiction trilogy by Clarke Award-winner Adrian Tchaikovsky

 

Editorial Director Bella Pagan has acquired world rights for SHARDS OF EARTH and its two sequels from Simon Kavanagh of the Mic Cheetham Agency. The books will be published under the Tor imprint in the UK. Orbit will publish the trilogy in the United States and the books were bought by senior editor Brit E. B. Hvide.

Adrian Tchaikovsky says of the deal: ‘I am absolutely delighted to launch this new space opera. I had a blast writing the first volume and I’m looking forward to everywhere the series is going to go.’

Bella Pagan commented, ‘Adrian is at the top of his game when it comes telling an incredible story. And this new book will wow his readers. It has all the amazing plotting, wonderful characters and big ideas that we’ve come to love from his work.’

SHARDS OF EARTH will be published in spring 2021. Tchaikovsky’s most recent book is THE DOORS OF EDEN, published in August 2020.


BSFA Award:


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Congratulations to Adrian Tchaikovsky, whose book, Children of Ruin, has scooped this year’s BSFA best novel award.

 

A human outpost lying derelict in space, the scout ship that discovers it, and a planet best left unexplored…

The award winning sequel to Children of Time. Available from Pan Macmillan.


New from Sharon Penman:


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Filled with drama and battle, tragedy and romance, Sharon Penman’s The Land Beyond the Sea tells the epic tale of a clash of cultures during the 12th century.

'Penman has created a saga of epic proportions. She has given us insight into the inner workings of the minds of the great men and women of the time.'Historical Novel Society
'Sharon Kay Penman is the strongest historical novelist working the medieval period at present'George RR Martin