English Science Fiction and Fantasy
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
jWhen Matthew's imaginary friend Chocky begins to ask very advanced questions, Matthew's parents begin to wonder if Chocky isn't something more that a figment of Matthew's imagination.
The Siege of Krishnapur
A novel set in India in the mid-nineteenth century takes readers to the far outposts of empire where rumors of war often materialize into actual combat, focusing on a British colonial community that finds itself, and its "superior" Victorian values, under siege. Winner of the 1973 Booker Prize. Reprint.
Short Fictions and Wonders
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Under the Pendulum Sun
When her brother disappears in Arcadia, the legendary land of the magical Fae, Catherine Helstone makes the dangerous journey to find him and becomes trapped in the sinister house of Gethsemane and the target of the Queen of the Fae and her insane court. Original.
When cyberterrorists shut down the internet for good, causing communications to collapse, Mary, who lives in the Croft
The Girl With All the Gifts
A little girl who is detained by the military, restrained in a wheelchair, and goes to school while heavily guarded doesn't truly understand why she is special until it is up to her to save the world.
A Little Hatred
A battlefield hero, a ruthless socialite and a woman with the ability to glimpse into the future find their world and prospects transformed by escalating tensions among the disparate supporters of magic and machine development. 100,000 first printing.
The City & the City
Inspector Tyador Borlâu must travel to Ul Qoma to search for answers in the murder of a woman found in the city of Besâzel.
In the quiet English hamlet of Wall, Tristran Thorn embarks on a remarkable journey through the world of Faerie to recover a fallen star for his lover, the hauntingly beautiful Victoria Forester.