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This genre-defying French classic (Froth on the Daydream) is being revamped with a new title to tie in with the film adaptation of the same name, hitting screens later this year.

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In A.J. Smith's The Black Guard, the Duke of Canarn has been named as traitor by his King, his city has been invaded and he has been murdered by Knights of the Red.

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Better known as a comedian, Terra is Mitch Benn's first novel.

It tells the story of Terra, who is kidnapped as a baby by an alien who believes her life is at risk. It takes her home and raises her as his own daughter. 

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Unnatural Creatures is a compilation of some of Neil Gaiman's favourite stories featuring mythical monsters and bloodthirsty beasts.

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As young orphans raised on the charity of a kindly Duke in the country of Ravka, Alina and Mal were inseparable.

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As planet Earth is continually plagued by ever worsening wars, terrorism and overpopulation, a plan is constructed to progress mankind and push space travel further than it has ever gone before.

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The world as you know it is false: there are angels in our midst, but most of us cannot see the characteristics that make them so obvious to those who hunt them. For these angels are not good – they are the offspring of angels who fell in love with human women and were cast out of heaven.

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Inspector Vissarion Lom is an outsider, a fact that makes him ideal for the job of hunting down a terrorist threat that strikes at the heart of Mirgorod, a fictionalised Soviet Russia with a capital city steeped in corruption and deceit. 

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A turbulent, vivid dystopia set in a future India is seen through the eyes of two characters – Sarita and Jaz – linked by a desperate search for their lost loves in the ruins and chaos of Mumbai.

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