Monday, March 30, 2009

Line War

Ooh, nice to see Line War (paperback) up on the Amazon Science Fiction Bestseller list - as of 1.00pm today it was sitting at number 3. But then they do tend to leap up the charts prior to publication.

Note: Line War in paperback is out on April 3rd, along with the hardback The Shadow of the Scorpion! All my books can also be purchased through the Pan Macmillan website where there's presently a 3 for 2 deal:

To celebrate Tor’s attendance at Sci-Fi-London 2009 we are offering 3-for-2 on selected SF and Fantasy books and ebooks. From the hottest new SF and Fantasy books to legendary backlist titles, this fantastic deal will run for a short time only so snap them up. Don't forget, all the books listed here are included in this massive offer so feel free to pick and mix.


9 comments:

fgeegf said...
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bascule said...

Mmmmm japanese porn models!

Anyway, Neal are you still in printer limbo?

There is a colour laser from dell on sale at Oyyy. 1000 page toners included plus a 4 year warranty all at £79.99 inc standard delivery. It also has a network port so you can plug it into your router and print from all your networked PC's.

http://www.oyyy.co.uk/product.php/79459/dell-1320cn-colour-laser-printer--network-ready-/826555ee99139c4d57e1bfa4b8b4eb0b

Might be worth a look.

avel said...

Just wanted to say I really enjoy reading your material.

Pavlov's Cat said...

well Line War arrived Sat at 10am, just finished on Sunday at 6.00pm
Not a lot got done this weekend.

Most enjoyable Neal , tied up a lot of loose ends very neatly with some nice twists along the way.

Another cracking read.

water01 said...
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darren hickmott said...

Hi Neal

I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your bestseller list placing and to welcome you to a rather select club of science fiction authors. May not be a well known club, but in our house it is becoming legendary

As a very keen reader, i like to fill any spare time i have by reading. With a 14 month old son, that spare time has become less and less. I freely admit most of my reading is done in the bathroom, where i can usually steal 20mins of me time to read. However, this is where the exclusive membership comes into force..... My lovely little boy has taken to throwing whatever he gets his hands on into the bath, regardless whether its full of water or not. So far he has delightfully dunked an Issac Asimov, a Stephen Donaldson and lastly my copy of Line War in hardback. With only 3 chapters left to read, I cried like a girl and sulked for the rest of the day.

But with the release of the paperback i will be able to finish the book (which is one of your best so far i think) and restore my library. Wahoo....

Anyway, enough rambling, i should probably get on with some work

Welcome to the club!

chrisheli said...

Who the bloody hell is Water01? His crappy input is irritating and purile. I thought comments posted were under your control Neal.

This wanker must be silenced!!

Oh and incidentally 'World of Warcraft' is for sad lonely gits who can't get laid, like dressing in leather tutu's and can only dream of big swords.

Neal, please help us out.

Neal Asher said...

Silly advertising type comments deleted. They appeared the moment I set this so people could comment without their comments going through my moderation (since I'm now operating from Internet cafes and can't deal with them so often).

James said...

Sad the pan macmillan web site doesn't believe that email address can have "_" in them :)