• Book I of The Wolfsangel Cycle. The Viking King Authun leads his men on a raid against an Anglo-Saxon village. Men and women are killed indiscriminately but Authun demands that no child be touched. He is acting on a prophecy that tells him that the Saxons have stolen a child from the Gods. If Authun, in turn, takes the child and raises him as an heir, the child will lead his people to glory. But Athun discovers not one child, but twin baby boys. Ensuring that his faithful warriors, witnesses to what has happened, die during the raid, Authun takes the children and their mother home, back to the witches who live on the troll wall. And he places his destiny in their hands. Cover art by Paul Young.

  • Eyvind's only ambition is to become a Wolfskin - one of the greatest Viking warriors - and fight for his leader in the name of Thor the Warfather. But his friend Somerled, a strange and lonely boy, has other plans for the future. The two are bound in blood-loyalty from their childhoods. Across the western ocean Nessa, niece to King Engus of the Folk, begins to learn the Mysteries. Eyvind becomes a fearless warrior and Somerled a scholarly courtier. A voyage of discovery by Somerled's brother Ulf brings them together again as they accompany a group of settlers across the ocean to the beautiful islands of rumour and legend. When a tragic event occurs aboard ship, Eyvind suspects it may not have been an accident. Ulf's new settlement begins in harmony with King Engus, leader of the natives of the isles. But the peace is shattered by a brutal murder and Eyvind begins to feel the ties of his childhood blood oath when he realises what future Somerled planned for himself years ago.
  • Book II of The Timura Trilogy. Safar Timura thinks he's safe now that his enemy and former blood-brother Iraj Protarus is dead and his kingdom is  in ruins. Safar lives now in self imposed exile with his adopted half-demon child Palima in the fabled Valley of the Clouds. There he scours the ancient works of a master wizard for a solution to the mysterious forces that are poisoning the world. His mountain paradise is invaded by four giant wolves - shape changers - intent on wholesale murder. Iraj has returned from the dead with powerful magic and a horde of demon warriors and occult beings to support him. Safar must flee, with a thousand helpless villagers, crossing hundreds of miles of of magic-blasted lands and wild seas. Safar has only his own wizardly skills and those budding talents of young Palimak and in the end, he must enter the darkest contract ever conceived by ma or demon to win the freedom of his people.

  • Col is a wealthy child of privilege. Raised to succeed his grandfather as the Supreme Commander of the juggernaut Worldshaker, he has lived a pampered life on the Upper Decks. He has never questioned his place in the world or his bright and illustrious future. But when a Filthy girl stows away in his cabin, Col suddenly realises nothing is clear anymore. Quick and clever, Riff is nothing like the Filthies that Col always learned about - the dumb, slow, less-than humans who toil away Below, keeping Worldshaker moving. Filthies are supposed to be animal-like, without the power of speech or the ability to think for themselves - but Riff is clever, quick and outspoken and Col is drawn to her despite himself. As Col begins to secretly spend more time with Riff, he begins to question whether everything he was raised to believe is true, and realizes that if Riff is right, then everything he was raised to believe is a lie. And Col himself may be the only person in a position to do something about it - even if it means risking his future.

  • The Darkwar has fallen upon the worlds of Kelewan and Midemia - it is a time of heroes trials and destruction. Following their mission to the home-world of the enigmatic Dasati people, Magnus, Pug and the other members of the Conclave must now find a way to use what they have discovered to help save their own people from the machinations of the evil magician Leso Varen and the wrath of the mad god he has awoken...

  • Kemen of pasTreyn is ruler of one of the  tiny kingdoms of Treyn that are strung like beads on the path at the bottom of the wyrldwall. He has no queen but he is haunted bu the memory of Noese, a magnificent woman who rose from the sea, taught him to love and disappeared again. She left behind two gifts: a son, Hayl, and a splendid sword named Wyrldmaker - a powerful weapon that blazes with the cold-hot fire of a magic blue stone. Soon Wyrldmaker will thrust Kemen into battle, forcing him to don his deathrobe and walk the path of no return. But far from dying, Kemen finds that he has been sent on a  special quest for life: an odyssey that will lead him towards the dawn of a fabulous new universe. Cover art by Julek Heller.

  • In this volume, published in 2010: Painlessness, Kirstyn McDermott;  for want of a jesusman, Jason Fischer; Hush, Deborah Biancotti; This Is Not My Story, Dirk Flinthart; Truth Window, Terry Dowling; Nightship, Kim Westwood; Fearless Flying Apartment People, Geoffrey Maloney; Wives, Paul Haines; The Census-Taker's Tale, Kaaron Warren; Getting Rid Of Mother, Robert Hood; The Last Deflowerer, Karen Maric; Bitter Dreams, Ian McHugh; The Goosle, Margo Lanagan; The Empire, Simon Brown; Ascension, Martin Livings. Cover art by Tomislav Tikulin.
  • Each summer, twin brothers in the eighteenth year are chosen to make a dangerous journey to the Summit of the Great Mountain.  If they survive the difficult and perilous Paths, they will be witness to Zenith - and the secrets of the Mountain and the powers they hold will be revealed.  Atreu and his brother Teyth are among the chosen.  As Atreu follows his tortuous Path he finds that other, unknown forces also crave the awseome Power of Zenith and wills top at nothing to make it their own - even if it means destroying the very thing that sustains all life...the Mountain itself. Cover art by Mike Worrall.