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H.G. Wells The Time Machine

A cornerstone of SF writing, now a Gollancz Masterwork A Victorian scientist develops a time machine and travels to the year AD 802,171. When his time machine goes missing, the Traveller faces a fight to return to his own time. Described as ‘the greatest science fiction novel ever written’, The Time Machine remains one of the most famous works of science fiction and has proved hugely influential in literature, TV and film since its publication. This new edition includes an introduction by Gwyneth Jones. H. G. Wells (1866–1946) is one the most celebrated SF writers of all time, and the author of classics including The Invisible Man and The War of the Worlds.

Science Fiction Cased July £8.99 224pp 198 x 129mm 978 0 575 09517 5 Markets: World USA & Serial: Orion; Translation: A P Watt


Brian Aldiss Helliconia Helliconia Spring, Helliconia Summer, Helliconia Winter

The classic SF epic Helliconia is a planet that experiences seasons that last eons. Whole civilisations grow in the Spring, flourish in the Summer and then die in the brutal Winters. Full of action, pulp references and deep drama, this classic trilogy is recognised as Aldiss’ masterpiece. This new edition includes an introduction by Graham Sleight. Brian Aldiss is an SF/Fantasy author who has achieved the rare success of acceptance as a writer of real significance by the literary establishment. He lives near Oxford, Oxfordshire.

Science Fiction B Format PB August £9.99 816pp 198 x 129mm 978 0 575 08615 9 Markets: World XUSA USA, Translation & Serial: Curtis Brown Literary Agency