- entertaining, fresh, and some dead-on satire – The Future Fire review of The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There
- “a well-told fantasy story that will intrigue adult and young adult readers alike” – review of Cold Fire on Risingshadow
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- Cold Fire – Peter R. Ellis at Leominster Library
- Instrument of Peace audiobook now available
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Don’t Look Back, the definitive retrospective collection of short stories by John Gribbin is now available to pre-order from major eBook retailers. Many of the stories in this collection were originally published in Analog and other magazines. Some were precursors … Continue reading
We are delighted to be publishing Dinnusos Rises today, the second novel by Tej Turner. Set in the same urban landscape as his debut novel The Janus Cycle, and featuring some of the same characters along with new voices, Dinnusos … Continue reading
On her Terry Tyler Book Reviews blog, writer Terry Tyler has just reviewed Freedom’s Prisoners, the third book in the Blueprint trilogy by Katrina Mountfort, and awarded it 5 out of 5 stars. Having favourably reviewed each of the first … Continue reading
Today we are delighted to publish the third book in Katrina Mountfort’s Blueprint trilogy. The Blueprint trilogy takes us to a future in which men and women are almost identical, and personal relationships are forbidden. In Book 3 of the … Continue reading
Today we are publishing Reimar Breaking by Jonathan Rivalland. The Prelude to the Iberan War, it is the first book in an exciting new fantasy series set on the world of Brisia. Of all the known worlds, of all their … Continue reading
We are delighted to be publishing Mandigo and the Hellhounds by Anders Reemark, translated from the Danish by Nina Sokol. It is available from today in eBook formats, and will be launched in a print edition at FantasyCon by the … Continue reading
Instrument of Peace, the first book in the Symphony of the Cursed series by Rebecca Hall is available from today as an eBook. Raised in New Zealand at the world-leading Academy of magic rather than by his absentee parents, Mitch … Continue reading
It’s Friday the 13th. The Unseen is now here. Are you brave enough to read it? Today?
On Risingshadow, Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Ben Gribbin’s novel Thomas Silent, or, Why there are no more mermaids. When he started to read it he found it to be such a “compelling and entertaining fairy-tale-like story” that he read … Continue reading