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POLITY UNIVERSE (SHORT STORY COLLECTION): Set in the galactic future-scape called 'The Polity', this collection of marvellously inventive and action-packed short stories takes you further into the manifold diversities of that amazing universe. No one does monsters better than Neal Asher, so be prepared to revisit the lives and lifestyles of such favourites as the gabbleduck and the hooder, to savour alien poisons, the walking dead, the Sea of Death, and the putrefactor symbiont!

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The Gabble - And Other Stories - Neal Asher - 9780330528481

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SPATTERJAY SEQUENCE (BOOK TWO): Sable Keech is a walking dead man. Was he resurrected because he was infected by the Spatterjay virus, or because he came late to resurrection in a tank of seawater? Taylor Bloc wants to know the truth. He also wants more – adulation, power, control – and will go to any lengths to achieve them . . .

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POLITY UNIVERSITY (STANDALONE): Welcome to the Polity...The Theocracy has been dead for twenty years, and the Polity rules on Masada. Yet the rebels of the Tidy Squad cannot accept this new order, and the iconic Jeremiah Tombs is top of their hitlist. Meanwhile, in deep space, the mechanism the Atheter used to reduce themselves to animals stirs from slumber and begins to power-up its weapons . . .

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The Technician

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SPATTERJAY SEQUENCE (BOOK THREE): This is a follow-up to The Voyage of the Sable Keech tracing the journey of the Old Captain, Orbus – a sadist in charge of a crew of masochists - to a planetary wasteland called The Graveyard’ lying between the Polity and the Prador Kingdom. Also heading in the same direction is the Prador king and the Prador Vrell . . .

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POLITY SERIES (BOOK THREE): Raised to adulthood during the end of the war between the human Polity and the vicious arthropoid race, the Prador, Ian Cormac is haunted by childhood memories of a sinister scorpion-shaped war drone and the burden of losses he doesn’t remember.

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STANDALONE SF ADVENTURE:In the far future two powers wage bitter war over the solar system. The Heliothane Dominion is triumphant, but some of the enemy escape into the past, intent on wreaking havoc across time. The worst of these is Cowl, an artificially forced advance in human evolution but one who is no longer human . . .

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POLITY SERIES (BOOK TWO): By the end of an interplanetary war, one of the planets is left devasted by the hillldiggers - giant space dreadnoughts capable of creating or destroying mountain ranges. The discovery of a bizarre object called the Worm results in the birth of quadruplets who grow up to take positions of power among the victors. Now adult, one of the quads seems intent on gaining total control of the deadly hilldiggers . . . but why?

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Hilldiggers - Neal Asher - 9780330528474

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AN AGENT CORMAC NOVEL (BOOK TWO): The Outlink station Miranda has been destroyed and evidence suggests that the alien bioconstruct Dragon is somehow involved. Sent out on the titanic Polity dreadnought, the Occam Razor, agent Cormac must investigate the disaster... While on the hostile planet Masada, lacking air and surrounded by monsters, the slaves plot their revolution.

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The Line of Polity - Neal Asher - 9780330512565

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FIVE QUESTION INTERVIEW: NEAL ASHER ON ZERO POINT

OWNER TRILOGY (BOOK TWO): Mankind struggles for freedom. . . Thanks to Alan Saul, the Earth's Zero Asset citizens no longer face extermination and the Committee's despotic network is in ruins. It's a time of uncertainty and in this gap, a ruthless few see the opportunity for power . . .

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FIVE QUESTION INTERVIEW: NEAL ASHER ON ZERO POINT

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SPATTERJAY SEQUENCE (BOOK ONE): Three travellers come to the remote planet of Spatterjay. Each with their own mission and agenda. Janer is directed there by the hornet Hive-mind; Erlin comes to find the sea captain who can teach her to live; and Keech - dead for seven hundred years - has unfinished business with a notorious criminal.

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