Brian Aldiss Books

Easton Press Brian Aldiss books

Hothouse - Masterpieces of Science Fiction - 1987
Dracula Unbound - Signed First Edition of Science Fiction - 1991
Helliconia Spring - Masterpieces of Science Fiction - 1993
Somewhere East of Life - Signed First Editions of Science Fiction - 1994
Malacia Tapestry - Masterpieces of Science Fiction - 1996
Harm - Signed First Editions of Science Fiction - 2007



In this science fiction classic, we are transported millions of years from now, to the boughs of a colossal banyan tree that covers one face of the globe. The last remnants of humanity are fighting for survival, terrorised by the carnivorous plants and the grotesque insect life.

Dracula Unbound

In the barren dust of the far future, the sun leaks energy in a darkening sky and the only remaining humans are imprisoned by spectral bloodthirsty beings. Back in the brilliant Utah sunlight of 1999, two ancient graves yield evidence that a species of human coexisted with the dinosaurs. Linking these scenarios is impetuous inventor, Joe Bodenland, who has just created a time machine that manipulates time to disperse of hazardous waste.

Helliconia Spring

A planet orbiting binary suns, Helliconia has a Great Year spanning three millennia of Earth time: cultures are born in spring, flourish in summer, then die with the onset of the generations-long winter. Helliconia is emerging from its centuries-long winter. The tribes of the equatorial continent emerge from their hiding places and are again able to dispute possession of the planet with the ferocious phagors. In Oldorando, love, trade and coinage are being rediscovered,

This is the first volume of the Helliconia Trilogy a monumental saga that goes beyond anything yet created by this master among today's imaginative writers.

Somewhere East of Life

Winner of two Hugo Awards, one Nebula Award, and named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America, Brian W. Aldiss has, for over fifty years, continued to challenge readers' minds with literate, thought-provoking, and inventive science fiction.

Malacia Tapestry

In a grand medieval city where all change has been outlawed, a roguish young actor tempts fate and dinosaurs, all in the name of love.

By law, nothing can change in Malacia a teeming, eternal city of dukes, players, wizards, merchants, beggars, ape-men, lizard-boys, and courtesans but that is of no great consequence to Perian de Chirolo. An out-of-work actor and unabashed rogue, he is well satisfied with his lot as long as there’s coin, eager young women to bed, and the occasional adventure.

Perhaps it is this thrill-seeking spirit or simply the lure of noble beauty that makes Perian imprudently agree to take part in a mad inventor’s illegal experiments, since such foolishness will never be tolerated in Malacia. But Perian’s rash actions will only lead him on to further indiscretions, winning him first fame and then notoriety, causing him to be hunted, hounded, martyred, and trapped in a fight to the death with a razor-toothed Ancestral Beast on the outskirts of the city. And perhaps most frightening of all, Perian de Chirolo will find himself in love.


By the multiple-award-winning author of Report on Probability A comes this searing novel of a young man's imprisonment and interrogation at the hands of a government in crisis.

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