Friday, July 06, 2007

Don't Forget!

Neal Asher
NEAL ASHER
HILLDIGGERS
RRP: £17.99
Our Price: £14.99

Neal will be signing copies on Saturday 7th July 1 - 2pm

London Megastore,
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JR

Neal has been writing sci-fi and fantasy since he was 16 years old. He has gained great success and acclaim for his books including the Hadrim trilogy, Gridlinked and The Voyage Of Sable Keech.

Hilldiggers continues Neal's tradition of writing fine space dramas, full of ideas and suspense. This has everything: war, alien technology, destruction and battles for power. What more could you ask for?

All Orders must be placed before 12pm on Friday 6th July.

To pre-order your signed copy of 'Hilldiggers', please view Neal Asher's range of signed books.

3 comments:

Nick said...

My sister is currently visting the aged ancestor on your side of the Atlantic, so I have asked her to keep an eye open for copies of Polity Agent and Hilldiggers. Will Hilldiggers be generally available on July 7.

For some reason, your books are quite difficult to obtain through the U.S. Amazon.com. Brass Man and Line of Polity took about two months to arrive and proved to be the U.K. paperbacks, even though a U.S. edition of Brass Man was in my local bookshops. My order for Polity Agent was postponed several times and then finally cancelled by amazon.com

Neal Asher said...

Nick, they print a limited number of hardbacks, unfortunately, and they usually sell quite quickly, hence your troubles with Polity Agent. They're rather cautious about how many they print so's not to end up with a load sitting in a warehouse mouldering when the paperback comes out. Perhaps too cautious. Your sister should find a copy in any Waterstones - or a signed copy in Forbidden Planet as per this blog post.

Anonymous said...

Hi Neal,

As per above, thankfully, I've had my pre-order in for awhile now, so finally the wait is almost over! Tomorrow, have fun and please feel free to sign all with a florish! One of them is going to be my baby!

Best,

Jonathan K. Stephens