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A SMALL SELECTION OF NEW BOOKS [Jan. 17th, 2017|04:01 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
We're missing a few titles as we sloooowly get back into our regular schedule after the holiday, but here are some to get you started.

Hardcover
Frostblood, Elly Blake
Wizard's Dog, Eric Kahn Gale
Carve The Mark, Veronica Roth
Freeks, Amanda Hocking
Recluce Tales, L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
XO, OX, Adam Rex

Trade Paperback
Snakewood, Adrian Selby
The Withered, Amy Miles
Blade Of Black Steel, Alex Marshall
Rise Of The Rocket Girls, Nathalia Holt
The Trap, Steven Arntson
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2016 BESTSELLERS [Jan. 12th, 2017|12:20 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
We sold a lot of books last year. More than in 2015, which was a better year than 2014 (which was better than 2013): this is a trend of which we heartily approve. What follows are our bestsellers from 2016, arranged by format.

How many did you read?


Hardcover
Quantum Night, Robert J. Sawyer*
Children Of Earth And Sky, Guy Gavriel Kay*
True Born, L.E. Sterling*
Company Town, Madeline Ashby*
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne
Last Year, Robert Charles Wilson*
Illuminae, Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
Stiletto, Daniel O'Malley
Inheritance Of Ashes, Leah Bobet*
SW: Ahsoka, E.K. Johnston*

Trade Paperback
Dispossessed, Ursula K. Le Guin
Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu
Lilith's Brood, Octavia Butler
Haunting Of Hill House, Shirley Jackson
Embassytown, China Miéville
Uprooted, Naomi Novik
VN, Madeline Ashby*
Ancillary Justice, Ann Leckie
Wizard Of Earthsea, Ursula K. Le Guin

Mass Market
Neuromancer, William Gibson*
Goblin Emperor, Katherine Addison
Who Fears Death, Nnedi Okorafor
Name Of The Wind, Patrick Rothfuss
His Majesty's Dragon, Naomi Novik
Hominids, Robert J. Sawyer*
Wise Man's Fear, Patrick Rothfuss
Midnight Riot, Ben Aaronovitch
Aurora, Kim Stanley Robinson
Pet Sematary, Stephen King


* means Canadian (we're totally claiming Madeline)
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NEW BOOKS: CRAPPY WEATHER [Jan. 10th, 2017|03:45 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
Harcover
Silver Gate, Kristin Bailey
Kindred: Graphic Novel, Octavia E. Butler
Roseblood, A.G. Howard
Shadows Of The Lost Sun, Carrie Ryan & John Parke Davis
Bear And The Nightingale, Katherine Arden
Cold Eye, Laura Anne Gilman

Trade Paperback
Quantum Night, Robert J. Sawyer
Dragon Springs Road, Janie Chang
Everything Box, Richard Kadrey
Little Heaven, Nick Cutter
Welcome To Night Vale, Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor
City Of The Lost, Kelley Armstrong
Version Control, Dexter Palmer
Arcadia, Iain Pears
Burning Page, Genevieve Cogman
Children's Home, Charles Lambert

Mass Market
My Diary From The Edge Of The World, Jody Lynn Anderson
City Of Ice, K.M. Mckinley
Dreams Of The Eaten, Arianne 'Tex' Thompson
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FIRST NEW BOOKS OF THE NEW YEAR [Jan. 3rd, 2017|02:23 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
And just in time, too. If this weather doesn't make you want to stay in with a good book, you're prolly at least 38% fish.

Hardcover
Heart Of What Was Lost, Tad Williams
Dead Man's Steel, Luke Scull
Defiant, Dave Bara
Cursed Queen, Sarah Fine
Golden Gate, Robert Buettner
1636: Ottoman Onslaught, Eric Flint
Ever The Hunted, Erin Summerhill

Trade Paperback
This Census Taker, China Miéville
Dark Days Club, Alison Goodman
Glittering World, Robert Levy
Imposter Queen, Sarah Fine
Unhooked, Lisa Maxwell
Boss Fight, Annie Bellet
Idealist, Justin Peters
Last Sacrifice, James A. Moore
Iron Ghost, Jen Williams

Mass Market
Battle Hill Bolero, Daniel José Older
Silverwolf, Jacey Bedford
Starbound, Dave Bara
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AND TO ALL, A GOOD NIGHT [Dec. 31st, 2016|01:23 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego

Whether your plan is to welcome the New Year with open arms or just set a match to the old year and walk away, be safe out there tonight. The TTC is FREE from 7pm onwards, so there's no excuse not to be. Remember, only morons drink and drive.

Happy New Year, friends.

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COUNTING DOWN [Dec. 30th, 2016|12:14 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
Tomorrow, Saturday December 31st, we'll close at 4pm. We'll be closed all day Sunday January 1st. Then we're back to our regular hours as of Monday January 2nd.

Which means you still have most of two days left to take advantage of our Boxing Time sale!
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LAST NEW BOOKS OF THE YEAR [Dec. 27th, 2016|03:50 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
Lots of sad news today. Here are a few last new titles, just so we can think about something else for a while.

Hardcover
Take Back The Sky, Greg Bear
SW: Rogue One, Alexander Freed

Trade Paperback
Barsk, Lawrence M. Schoen

Mass Market
If This Goes Wrong, Hank Davis, editor
Nine Of Stars, Laura Bickle
Mission: Tomorrow, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, editor
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WE'RE BAAAACK! [Dec. 27th, 2016|11:47 am]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
And we're on sale! All week, everything in store is 10% off.
Except for graphic novels, which are 25% off.

Have fun!
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OUR HOLIDAY HOURS [Dec. 22nd, 2016|12:30 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
Here's our schedule for the upcoming week.

Friday December 23rd:  11-7
Saturday December 24th:  11-4

Sunday December 25th:  Closed
Monday December 26th:  Closed

Tuesday December 27th - Friday December 30th:  11-7 (regular hours)


Yes, we'll be closed on Boxing Day. But we'll open up as usual the following day, and be here all week with bargains for you.
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OUR HOLIDAY HOURS [Dec. 22nd, 2016|12:25 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

cszego
Just so you know...

Friday December 23rd:  11-7
Saturday December 24th:  11-4

Sunday December 25th:  Closed
Monday December 26th:  Closed

Tuesday December 27 - Friday December 30th: 11-7  (regular hours)


Yes, we'll be closed on Boxing Day. But we'll open up again as usual the next morning and have lots of bargains for you all week.
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