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Red Shift

Paperback, 07/10/2002, £6.99
A disturbing exploration of the inevitability of life.


Paperback, 06/06/2013, £8.99
The crowning achievement of an astonishing career, 'Boneland' concludes the story that began over fifty years ago in 'The Weirdstone of Brisingamen'.


Paperback, 02/09/2004, £8.99
Here John Turner Was Cast Away In A Heavy Snow Storm In The Night In Or About The Year 1755 The Print Of A Woman's Shoe Was Found By His Side In The Snow Where He Lay Dead This enigmatic memorial stone, high on the bank of a prehistoric Pennine track in Cheshire, is a mystery that lives on in the hill farms today.

Voice That Thunders

Paperback, 31/08/2010, £9.99
Alan Garner is an exceptional lecturer and essayist. Alan Garner's account of his mental illness will become a classic, and each strand of the book will be a source of fascination to anyone who has ever fallen under the spell of an Alan Garner story, as also to all who concern themselves with the craft of writing.


Paperback, 01/09/2008, £6.99
Roland, Helen, Nicholas and David, four Manchester children, are led into Elidor, a twilight world almost destroyed by fear and darkness.

Weirdstone of Brisingamen

Paperback, 02/09/2010, £6.99
The Weirdstone of Brisingamen is one of the greatest fantasy novels of all time.

First Light: Celebration of Alan Garner

Hardback, 05/05/2016, £20.00
For more than 50 years, Alan Garner has enraptured generations of readers with works like The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, The Owl Service, Red Shift, and The Stone Book Quartet. With a tribute to his remarkable impact, this is a story about the Alan Garner.

Moon of Gomrath

Paperback, 02/09/2002, £6.99
Enthralling sequel to The Weirdstone of Brisingamen

Bag of Moonshine

Paperback, 04/02/2002, £6.99
Stunning new CollinsVoyager edition of Alan Garner's collection of folklore.

Complete Folk Tales

Hardback, 27/10/2011, £16.99
The definitive collection of traditional British folk tales, selected and retold by the renowned Alan Garner.


Paperback, 03/07/1997, £8.99
This novel opens in Cheshire in the 1790s, with William Buckley being chosen as the village's Shick-Shack - an ancient fertility figure. But when the local landowner discovers the celebrations in church, William is arrested and sentenced to transportation to New Holland.