New York: Doubleday, (1993). First American Edition. Hardcover. A series of "punishment-fits-the-crime" assaults carried out by a self-styled avenger seems to implicate Cameron Colley, a latter-day Gonzo journalist who tries to put as much cheerful subversion into his dispatches for an Edinburgh-based newspaper as he can get away with.
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London: Macmillan, (1984). First edition. Hardcover. Author's first book. Before the publication of the The Wasp Factory Banks had written several science fiction novels, which had not been accepted for publication. Banks decided to try a more mainstream novel in the hopes that it would be more readily accepted, and...
New York: London, (2009). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. An apocalyptic fable for terrible times. This novel will will jelly your brains in brilliant weirdness. Banks turns political world-building on its head in this exciting tale of an Earth-based multiverse in turmoil, where dimension-hopping assassins jockey for power.