viernes, 1 de julio de 2016

Novedad: Beyond the Aquila Rift, de Alastair Reynolds

Ayer se puso a la venta Beyond the Aquila Rift, una extensa y muy interesante colección de relatos de Alastair Reynolds. Ésta es su sinopsis:
With a career stretching back more than 25 years and across fourteen novels, including the classic 'Revelation Space' series, the bestselling 'Poseidon's Children' series, Century Rain, Pushing Ice, and most recently The Medusa Chronicles (with Stephen Baxter), Reynolds has established himself as one of the best and most beloved writers of hard science fiction and space opera working today. 
A brilliant novelist, he has also been recognized as one of our best writers of short fiction. His short stories have been nominated for the Hugo, British Fantasy, British Science Fiction, Theodore Sturgeon Memorial, Locus, Italia, Seiun, and Sidewise Awards, and have won the Seiun and Sidewise Awards. 
The very best of his more than sixty published short stories are gathered in Beyond the Aquila Rift: The Best of Alastair Reynolds, a sweeping 250,000 word career retrospective which features the very best stories from the 'Revelation Space' universe like "Galactic North," "Great Wall of Mars," "Weather," "Diamond Dogs," and "The Last Log of the Lachrymosa" alongside thrilling hard science fiction stories like Hugo Award nominee "Troika," "Thousandth Night," and "The Star Surgeon's Apprentice." Spanning more than fifteen years, the book also collects more recent stories like environmental SF tale "The Water Thief," powerful and moving YA "The Old Man and the Martian Sea" and the brilliant "In Babelsberg." 
Beyond the Aquila Rift: The Best of Alastair Reynolds has something for every reader of science fiction, and easily meets the challenge of delivering stories that are the hardest of hard science fiction and great entertainment.

2 comentarios:

  1. Hola, la edición que se ha puesto a la venta es la de Subterranean Press, ¿no? La de Orion/Gollancz, por lo que veo tanto en Book Depository como Amazon sale el 21 de este mes. Por cierto, ¿has visto la novela que sale el día 15 de septiembre de Reynolds:

  2. Sí a todo :) Efectivamente, es la edición de Subterranean. Por la otra hay que esperar un poco más. Y Revenger está en puesto destacado en mi wishlist.