Book List in Order: 9 titles

  • Jake has hit thirty. Brought up on his older brother’s punk rock collection, his anti-establishment, two-fingered, live-for-today attitude sits uncomfortably with his safe job, good money, stock-options, final salary pension and middle-management d...


  • A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay combines fantasy, philosophy, and science fiction in an exploration of the nature of good and evil and their relationship with existence. It has been described by the critic and philosopher Colin Wilson as the gr...


  • The Thrie Estaitis was first performed in the mid-sixteenth century to an audience of royalty and commoners alike. With its high style and penetrating political satire, it pressed for reform in Church and State and even in kingship itself with a hila...


  • 'Devil's Tor', first published in 1932, is the undoubted masterpiece of David Lindsay. Many of the extraordinary and disturbing themes of his first and most famous work, 'A Voyage to Arcturus' (1920), are explored more deeply and expressed more clear...


  • This was the fourth published novel from the author of 'A Voyage to Arcturus'. 'Adventures of Monsieur de Mailly' was first published in 1926 and published under the somewhat inappropriate title of 'Blade for Sale' in the United States in the same ye...



  • Considered by the Irish Times as "one of the most brilliant flights of pure fancy ever recorded," this amazing story explores the beauty and untamed nature of a faraway world, where wild creatures crowd the fantastic landscape and demented torturers ...


  • In this allegorical classic of 1922, Isbel Loment is young, attractive and wealthy, and engaged to a most suitable man. Yet she is listless and vaguely unsatisfied. A visit to an old house leads to a chance discovery of a secret room that apparently ...


  • "Nicholas Cabot, 25 years old and newly endowed with his uncle's fortune, takes lodgings at the house of retired tragedian Leslie Sturt, intending to devote his time to perfecting an invention for recording dreams.At the Sturt household, Nicholas hea...