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14 reasons you should read Debris and Darkness Falling

Both books out now in paperback and eBook formats.

Debris is a strong, exciting debut that took me by surprise with its unique setting, interesting main character, and powerful “fight your way back to the top” narrative.”

“The world building is spectacular with a concept that’s amazingly simple yet wonderfully constructed and when added to some decent characterisation it’s a title that really does make you think… this debut is pretty impressive.”

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Angry Robot, Freebies

Sample Chapters – Darkness Falling and Debris

Click for full-screen. You can embed the free samples in your own site – just copy the code (by clicking on “expand” and then selecting the envelope icon, and then “embed”) into your site.

Both books will be published as eBooks worldwide on September 27th. Paperbacks on September 27th (US/Canada) and October 6th (UK).

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover preview – Debris

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From the mind of the wonderful Dominic Harman, here’s the very first peek at the front cover artwork for Jo Anderton‘s upcoming novel Debris, which will be published by Angry Robot in both the US and the UK in October.

The novel’s mix of almost Dune/Star Wars-esque arcane technology, steampunky-inspired motifs and medievalised feel gave us pause at

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Angry Robot, Cover Art, Exclusive Excerpts

Cover Reveal + First Chapter: Queen of the Struggle

Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor is “an explosive tale of betrayal and revenge in which allegiances prove as dangerous and unreliable as the memories the citizens of Eitan City buy and sell. Korpon crosses genre lines with ease, and imbues this post-apocalyptic tale with the rhythm and immediacy of crime fiction.” (Chris Holm, Anthony Award-winning author of Red Right Hand and The Killing Kind.)

Since the first one was brilliant, we are even more excited to reveal the cover of Korpon’s dystopian SF sequel, Queen of the Struggle, which follows the fate of Eitan City and the further challenges Henraek faces.

See the brand new

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Short Fiction

The Chiswick Cannibals – A Christmas Story by Ishbelle Bee

We’re starting to get all Christmassy on the orbital death platform. We’ve strung up vile humans fairy lights, wrapped tinsel around the lasers, hung a wreath over the mainframe and even attached a single, tiny bauble to each end of editorial assistant Nick’s moustache. It’s all looking rather festive!

We hope you’re all feeling similarly jolly. If not, here’s a Christmas story by Ishbelle Bee, author of dark fairy tales The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath and

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5th Birthday, Angry Robot, Freebies, General skiffy bollocks

Angry Robot 5: Lee’s Top 5

Tuesday 1 July marks 5 years from Angry Robot’s first books – Lauren Beukes‘ Moxyland and Kaaron Warren‘s Slights – and we are celebrating this anniversary, over the next 5 days, with daily staff blog posts and giveaways! Author guest posts and other cool giveaways will be popping up on various sites so keep an eye out for our #AngryRobot5 on Twitter for new posts.

First up is our Senior Editor, Lee Harris, with his Top 5 Reasons Angry Robot Rules, and his choice of giveaway is The Knights of Breton Court (omnibus edition x 5) by Maurice

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Angry Robot

Discover some great SF by women writers

In the last week we’ve had two major award shortlists announced – the Hugo Awards (announced last Saturday) and the Arthur C Clarke award (announced this morning). Both sets of lists have some excellent titles, and while the Hugo shortlist had more female writers than male this year, the Clarke had none at all (though with a jury made up of 80% women, we know there was no male bias from the judges).

We’d like to help promote some great science fiction by our own female writers, to show the incredible quality of SF that can

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Awards, Books, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up 04.01.13

Hello and welcome to the first Robot Round-Up of 2013! It’s been three weeks since our last, pre-holiday-season Round-Up, which means there’s absolutely loads to tell you about. So, without further ado or faff, strap yourselves in and off we’ll go.

Nexus by Ramez NaamIt’s been a titanic few weeks for Ramez Naam, whose debut sf thriller Nexus was officially published on January 3rd, but actually came out in the US and ebook editions

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