Game of Thrones
A Song of Ice and Fire
Winter is coming to Westeros as the struggle for power in the Seven Kingdoms gains momentum, the Others threaten from beyond the ice Wall and, across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Targaryen, with her dragons, looks to reclaim the Iron Throne. The whole dark, yet magical epic of ancient lands of ice and fire, from A Game of Thrones to A Dance with Dragons, is contained in this boxed set, along with a wall map of Westeros and the Free Cities.
The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book
In the comic fantasy TV series Good Omens, all that stands between the world and Armageddon are the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley. This book contains the scripts of all six episodes (based on a novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett), an introduction by Gaiman describing the making of the series, and several scenes that didn’t make the final cut.
The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home
Night Vale is a fictional southwest American desert town where macabre, paranormal events are commonplace. This book, developed from a series of podcasts, tells a ghost story about the eponymous woman, and her interactions with the town’s living residents.
The First Four Books
In the myriad islands of Earthsea, the gift of magic is nurtured. It was recognized in young Ged, ‘a thriving weed, a tall, quick boy, loud and proud and full of temper’. These are the stories of his training, his travels and his travails as he grew into the man Sparrowhawk, Archmage of Earthsea. This edition contains all four books: The Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore and Tehanu. Young adult
In this fantasy thriller, apprentice wizard PD Peter Grant uncovers a supernatural plot that could bring London to its knees. The only two people who can help avert the crisis are his ex-colleague and friend-turned-enemy Lesley May and his long-term foe, the endlessly malevolent Mr Punch.
The Last Days of New Paris
Still at war in 1950, the Nazis have summoned the forces of Hell to combat the resistance they face in Paris: from not only the Surrealist fighters, but also from the creations of Surrealism that now manifest themselves on the barricades, endangering both Nazis and Parisians.
Kailen’s Twenty, a group of mercenaries with superhuman strength, have long since disbanded and their leader has gone into hiding, but with members of the group being hunted and killed they are paying the price for their former glory. Slightly off-mint and felt-tip mark on upper trimmed edge.
The Shadow of What Was Lost
The Licanius Trilogy: Book One
Before young Davian was born, the Augurs who ruled Andarra were overthrown in a civil war. Now Davian learns that he wields their forbidden magical powers, which he must use to ward off danger from beyond the northern Boundary. Slightly off-mint. Felt-tip mark on upper trimmed edge. American-cut pages.
Dreams of Departure
The Last Dreams Published in the Nobel Laureate's Lifetime
Reflecting an ancient Arabic tradition of presenting dreams, this is the second collection of writings based on his dreams by the Egyptian novelist and Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz (1911–2006). Originally published in a Cairo magazine shortly before Mahfouz’ death, these last dreams – numbers 105 to 206 – are translated with an afterword, by Raymond Stock.
The Great God Pan
And Other Weird Tales
One of nine tales in this collection, The Great God Pan is an eerie mystery about a diabolical operation and its terrifying repercussions. Years after Dr Raymond‘s experimental brain surgery on a young woman – his attempt at ‘lifting the veil’ of reality – London is afflicted with a series of male suicides connected to a beautiful, yet sinister woman named Helen. First published in 1890, Machen’s horror stories are read here by Peter Wickham. Unabridged.
Dante, with Virgil as his guide, descends through the circles of Hell, from the limbo of the unbaptized to Lucifer and Judas Iscariot in the deepest chasm. This is the first part of The Divine Comedy, translated by Longfellow in 1867, and now presented in Canterbury Classics’ Word Cloud series. Flexibound in mock leather with foil embossed quotations. Off-mint.
The Secret World of the Hidden Ones
This illustrated companion to fairy folklore explores Asian and African spirits as well as the more familiar British and European sprites. Paintings by artists including Turner and Blake are supported by original fantasy art and among the enclosed memorabilia are a booklet of charms and potions and a 19th-century fold-out map of Fairyland. Slightly off-mint. Felt-tip mark on lower trimmed edge.
The Great Glowing Coils of the Universe
Welcome to Night Vale: Episodes, Volume 2
This collection of 24 transcribed episodes from the popular podcast Welcome to Night Vale, broadcast from the fictional Southwestern US town where all conspiracy theories are true, includes the usual comic outpourings from Cecil and friends, as well as commentary from creators Fink and Cranor.
In the Beklan Empire, the medieval realm of Richard Adams’s fantasy epic, Shardik is the mythic giant bear, worshipped and feared by the Ortelgan people. His reappearance, after a cataclysmic forest fire, sets off a violent chain of events as faith in his divinity sweeps across the land. Young adult
The Sunday Books
Mervyn Peake’s Sunday Books were stories and drawings made for his two sons during the 1940s, when the family lived on Sark. None of the stories were written down, but the brightly coloured drawings of pirates, cowboys, monsters and jungle animals have survived. Peake’s friend and fellow writer Michael Moorcock has written tales of piracy, a shipwrecked circus and nightmare horse races to accompany these hugely entertaining pictures.