Book List in Order:32 titles

  • THE MOTHERSHIP OF DISASTERS HAS ARRIVED!As the Earth tilts on its axis, precipitating a new Ice Age, hordes of rabid lemmings race towards Europe. Meanwhile a time-travelling Hitler emerges in sleepy Devonshire and proceeds to clone himself in prepar...


  • Four million years ago a Dyson sphere was built on the fringes of our solar system. A few thousand early homind species were transported from the third planet to colonise the vast spaces of the hollow world. On the third planet, and within the Dyson ...


  • It is an easy enough mistake to make - the most natural mistake in the world. Cello is hooked up to the machine, but whose dreams does she experience? The house is suddenly infested, but with ... what? At the Edinburgh Fringe he meets Kristie; she se...


  • In the 25th century the human species, long exiled from the devastated Earth, sent a fleet of robot probes on voyages of discovery. Their objective was to find another planet suitable for terraforming and eventual human habitation.Ninety years later,...


  • Captain Leonie Strider and her crew, stranded in a galaxy millions of parsecs from the Solar System, have helped the so-called Ancient Species of The Wondervale defeat the tyrannical Autarch Nalla. But all too soon the remaining warlords are fighting...


  • A moving tale by award-winning author John Grant about a man discovering that somehow the story of his past has been written all wrong. A superbly measured fantasy about loss, and sorrow, and the pain of dealing with past passions."....


  • With astonishing power, award-winning author John Grant portrays the human facility to falsify history, using as his backdrop the beginnings of the late-20th-century troubles in Northern Ireland, as an unwitting mainland schoolboy finds himself ca...


  • When he arrives in Edinburgh, he sees his future as an infinitely bleak expanse. But then he meets Kristie ... Award-winning author John Grant has created not just a tender, erotic tale about the conquest of grief and a fantasy of the highest order, ...


  • Tarburton-on-the-Moor – just another sleepy Dartmoor village. Or so it seems to Joanna Gard when she comes to visit her elderly aunt here, until the fabric of the village begins, like her personal life, to unravel. The villagers become less and les...






  • Faeries and Other Fantastical Folk is an enchanting children's book filled with magical and wondrous artwork. The beautifully illustrated pages depict various fantasy characters such as pixies and fairy goddesses, elves and spirits, tricksters and tr...


  • Littlenose lives long, long ago, when fierce wild animals roam the land, and it is very cold. His home is a cave, his clothes are made of fur and his pet is a woolly mammoth called Two-Eyes.Littlenose wants to be a magician, pulling rabbits out of a ...


  • It's time for Littlenose to learn a little responsibility—so he goes hunting with the adults and is told to build the campfire. Chaos ensues when he stokes the fire a little too enthusiastically, but, as always, he manages to redeem himself. In ot...


  • Littlenose lives long, long, ago, when fierce wild animals roam the land, and it is very cold. His home is a cave, his clothes are made of fur, and his pet is a woolly mammoth called Two-Eyes. The Neanderthal winter lasts for months and months; it's...


  • Littlenose lives long, long, ago, when fierce wild animals roam the land, and it is very cold. His home is a cave, his clothes are made of fur, and his pet is a woolly mammoth called Two-Eyes. It is Crocus Day--the Neanderthal version of April F...


  • Littlenose lives long, long, ago, when fierce wild animals roam the land, and it is very cold. His home is a cave, his clothes are made of fur, and his pet is a woolly mammoth called Two-Eyes. Wherever he goes, Littlenose the Neanderthal finds himse...


  • LEAVING FORTUSA by John Grant A disabled US veteran from Iraq finds in Scotland a bizarrely distorted form of Fairyland and realizes he has lost his own country. A New Yorker learns how to discard the sad times from his life as around him society cr...


  • The pictures are life-size, and the sales are larger than life:Life-Size Dinosaurs has already sold almost 400,000 copies! And now, the bestselling series features its first fantastic creatures…and a children’s favorite. Continuing th...



  • John Grant is a master of transcendant literary fantasy. The author of more than 25 volumes of fiction and 35 volumes of criticism and essays, he is a giant in the field of science fiction and fantasy. Take No Prisoners is a collection of previously ...


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    Imagine a future without cyberspace... without the Web or virtual reality.... What would happen in an alternate Information Age? What would you do? What would you fear? What wouldn't you know? You can't imagine. Today's top masters of specula...


  • The Far-Enough Window. John Grant. BeWrite Books. Joanna peers through the magic window and finds herself in strange and dangerous worlds of possible pasts. Only she can prevent any one becoming a twisted new present. A thriller for young adults and ...


  • Twenty-five of the finest fantasy and science fiction artists reveal their creative secrets. The interviews come from The Paper Snarl, Paper Tiger’s own e-zine; each features the artist’s personal choice of work. Among those who speak are Brom, F...




  • Haunting landscapes, mythical creatures, and a style that stirred the “new gothic” revival: that is the enchanted world of Anne Sudworth. Finally, here is a comprehensive collection of her marvelous works, along with a selection of studies and ro...












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    Change is a constant. You can depend on it. What that change is matters less than how you adapt to it. Change has happened to Paul's world and he is having to adapt. While he's coping with his own adaptation, as the new Bishop of Rome, he must also p...