Warren Ellis has worked for Marvel Comics on X-Men, for DC/WildStorm on The Authority, Transmetropolitan and the award-winning Planetary, and on an array of other titles, including Ministry of Space, and the forthcoming Global Frequency and Orbiter.
Haunted Futures (2017) (with S L Huang, Salome Jones, Jeff Noon, John Reppion, Liesel Schwarz, Felicity Shoulders and Tricia Sullivan)
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(Southern Reach Trilogy, book 1)
"Original and beautiful, maddening and magnificent."
Beacon 23 (2015)
"A remarkably compassionate and forward-looking story of war and mass murder."
"A grimly funny little black book, as perfectly peculiar as a 21st century mystery story should be."
Aleister & Adolf (2016)
"Rushkoff is a cultural treasure and on accentric author of big, strange ideas, never less than fascinating and always entertaining."
A Man of Shadows (2017)
(Nyquist Mysteries, book 1)
"This superb novel of light, glass and blood proves again that Jeff Noon is one of our few true visionaries."
Void Black Shadow (2018)
(Voidwitch Saga, book 2)
Corey J White
"A politically-inflected yet light-footed yarn."
Blood Orbit (2018)
(Gattis File, book 1)
K R Richardson
"A clever, twisting, and savage science fiction crime story that fuses colonization fiction with genuine deep noir. The end result is original, culturally rich, and as ruthless as a novel about murder, secrets, and lies should be."
Unholy Land (2018)
"Lavie Tidhar does it again. A jewelled little box of miracles. Magnificent."
Infinite Detail (2019)
"Infinite Detail is the new required reading for the future's next fifteen minutes. A sobering, often frightening look at the implications of the networked world. Riveting, sinister and deeply human."
Harrow the Ninth (2020)
(Locked Tomb, book 2)
"Muir's headlong contemporary prose style finds a new and unsettling register in this witty, yet disturbing and doomed novel of space magic and lost girls."
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