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Gollancz Science Fiction MMP February £8.99 536pp ISBN TBC ebook: £4.99/ ISBN TBC

Gollancz Science Fiction MMP March £8.99 536pp ISBN TBC ebook: £4.99 / ISBN TBC

Gollancz Science Fiction TPB April £14.99 320pp ISBN TBC ebook: £7.99 / ISBN TBC

EMMA NEWMAN Planetfall a novel of how one secret withheld to protect humanity’s future might be its undoing.

A planet promising to reveal the truth about our place in the cosmos, untainted by overpopulation, pollution, and war. Renata Ghali believed in that vision enough to give up everything to follow Suh-Mi into the unknown.

More than twenty-two years have passed since Ren and the rest of the faithful braved the starry abyss and established a colony at the base of an enigmatic alien structure where Suh-Mi has since resided, alone.

Then a stranger appears, far too young to have been part of the first planetfall; a man who bears a remarkable resemblance to Suh-Mi . . .


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Return to the captivating universe of Planetfall . . . one man’s murder is much more than it seems.

Gov-corp detective Carlos Moreno was only a baby when Atlas left Earth to seek truth among the stars. But in that moment, the course of Carlos’s entire life changed. Atlas is what took his mother away; what made his father lose hope; what led Alejandro Casales, leader of the religious cult known as the Circle, to his door.

And now, on the eve of the fortieth anniversary of Atlas’s departure, it’s got something to do with why Casales was found dead in his hotel room – and why Carlos is the man in charge of the investigation.

EMMA NEWMAN Before Mars set in the Planetfall universe this standalone is a dark tale of a woman stationed on Mars who slowly starts to doubt her own memories and sanity

After months of travel, Anna Kubrick finally arrives on Mars for her new job as a geologist and de facto artist-in-residence. She’ll be on Mars for over a year. Throwing herself into her work, she tries her best to fit in with the team.

Anna finds a mysterious note written in her own handwriting, she can’t remember writing. Her wedding ring has been replaced by a fake. A footprint in a place the colony AI claims has never been visited by humans. Is she caught up in an elaborate corporate conspiracy, or is she actually losing her mind?

Emma Newman drinks far too much tea, writes dark short stories, post-apocalyptic and urban fantasy novels and records audiobooks in all genres

Gollancz Science Fiction & Fantasy • February / March / April 2018