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Boneland

Boneland

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 000746326X
Pages: 160
Year: 2012-08-30
A major novel from one of the country’s greatest writers, and the crowning achievement of an astonishing career, ‘Boneland’ is also the long-awaited conclusion to the story of Colin and Susan – a story that began over fifty years ago in ‘The Weirdstone of Brisingamen’...
Boneland

Boneland

Author: Nance Van Winckel
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806150297
Pages: 200
Year: 2013-07-29
Lynette is recuperating from botched Lasik surgery. Her eyesight is damaged, but as she “looks” back on the events of her past, she realizes she may not have seen them correctly when she was actually living them. Her husband’s death . . . was it a suicide? The bones unearthed on her uncle’s Montana ranch—are they of a steer? a mastodon? a dinosaur? Her beloved cousin Jessie—did she slip into addiction, and if so, where did the addict life take her? The dots of Lynette’s past are blurry, but she tries to focus and connect them and to feel her way toward a more accurate vision of the person she has been and may become. Lynette and her two cousins, Jessie and Buster, narrate the linked short stories that make up Boneland. Their fathers, brothers, grew up on the ranch in Montana, a place rich in dinosaur fossils that gives the book its title. Continuing an enormous task begun two generations back, one of the uncles is still reconstructing a fossil in the old hay shed. The cousins, meanwhile, carry on the family tradition of reconstructing the mysteries of the past. All three have trouble defining and maintaining their identities. And only they understand the idiosyncrasies of their family—which Nance Van Winckel treats as a character in this ingeniously linked collection of stories. The family is a creature reconstructed from the slippery events of everyone’s past. Fate is sudden and powerful in the life of this clan. A baby is dropped, a family drowned, a tsunami in Thailand changes the course of an already troubled life. Van Winckel releases time from strict adherence to chronology to reveal surprising correspondences. With shifting points of view and distinctive voices, these linked stories, in the hands of a master of the genre, capture the mutability of human experience and the meandering plot lines that make up our lives.
The Weirdstone of Brisingamen

The Weirdstone of Brisingamen

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007539061
Pages: 288
Year: 2013-08-15
The much-loved classic, finally in ebook. First published over 50 years ago, The Weirdstone of Brisingamen is one of the greatest fantasy novels of all time.
The Moon of Gomrath

The Moon of Gomrath

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007539045
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-08-15
The much-loved classic, finally in ebook. Enthralling sequel to The Weirdstone of Brisingamen
Strandloper

Strandloper

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448162858
Pages: 208
Year: 2014-03-27
I sing the eagle. "Bone of the Cloud. The Clashing Rock. The Hard Darkness." It hangs above the grave mound. I sing, dreaming... William Buckley was transported to Australia in 1801. He escaped and lived as an Aborigine for thirty-one years. In this visionary novel, Alan Garner is true to William the Cheshire bricklayer and William the Aboriginal spiritual leader, as William is true to his fate. The result is extraordinary.
Thursbitch

Thursbitch

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448162920
Pages: 176
Year: 2014-03-27
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. John Turner was a packman. With his train of horses he carried salt and silk, travelling distances incomprehensible to his ancient community. In this visionary tale, John brings ideas as well as gifts, which have come, from market town to market town, from places as distant as the campfires of the Silk Road. John Turner's death in the eighteenth century leaves an emotional charge which, in the twenty-first century, Ian and Sal find affects their relationship, challenging the perceptions they have of themselves and of each other. Thursbitch is rooted in a verifiable place. It is an evocation of the lives and the language of all people who are called to the valley of Thursbitch.
Boneland

Boneland

Author: Jeffrey Thomas
Publisher:
ISBN: 149952935X
Pages: 170
Year: 2014-05-22
In 1893, the Guests attempt their first contact with the human race. Families go mad. Parents commit suicide. A president is assassinated. By 1918, in the bleak boneland of the 20th Century, human assassins commit atrocities and global wars are waged to sate the appetites of the Guests. John Board is a crime scene photographer, whose nightmarish images of human destruction are used as titillating entertainment. Board's future is tied in with these unseen, unfathomable forces -- and so is his past. America is drowning in a sea of blood as flashbulbs click and movie cameras roll. The Guests are here to stay. BONELAND is a tale of a not-so-alternate history...a story of horror, science fiction, and the surreal by Jeffrey Thomas, acclaimed author of PUNKTOWN and LETTERS FROM HADES.
Elidor

Elidor

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0152056246
Pages: 173
Year: 2006
While exploring a church that is being razed in a Manchester slum, four English children are drawn into another world where they are compelled to combat the evil power which grips most of the land. Reissue. 25,000 first printing.
Red Shift

Red Shift

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1590174437
Pages: 197
Year: 2011
Three young men from three different time periods influence each other's destiny with the help of a stone axe.
Bonesland

Bonesland

Author: Brendan Lawley
Publisher: Text Publishing
ISBN: 1925626628
Pages: 320
Year: 2018-05-01
As soon as I finish school I’ll have the car packed. I’ll thunder past the dull cardboard boxes that Banarang calls shops, I’ll skim over the Bridge Street potholes without feeling a bump and I’ll fly up the freeway, bound for the city and civilisation. Bones Carter is done with Banarang and his backwater existence. There’s not much to do but hang out with his friends, make bad rap music and count down the days until the end of school and the beginning of his new life in the city. Then Naya comes to town. Brilliant, black and beautiful, she wants to change the world. She thinks Bones is a well of untapped potential. Bones thinks she’s delusional—but she makes him feel more hopeful than he has in a long time. Bonesland is a wild ride through the small-town agonies of adolescence, packed with sex, drugs, love and hip-hop. Brendan Lawley is a writer living in Melbourne. Bonesland is his first novel.
The Owl Service

The Owl Service

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007539053
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-08-15
The much-loved classic, finally in ebook. Winner of both the Guardian Award and the Carnegie Medal, this is an all-time classic, combining mystery, adventure, history and a complex set of human relationships.
Starborn

Starborn

Author: Toby Forward
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1681192772
Pages: 448
Year: 2017-02-28
When Ash escapes from her prison, the fate of the world falls to wizard apprentices Sam and Tamrin, their dragon Starback, and an unlikely ally, a roffle named Tadpole, who must find the courage to fight the diabolical wizard or all the magic in the world could disappear forever.
Alan Garner's Book of British Fairy Tales

Alan Garner's Book of British Fairy Tales

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers
ISBN:
Pages: 160
Year: 1984
A collection of twenty-one traditional tales from the British Isles.
The Stone Book Quartet

The Stone Book Quartet

Author: Alan Garner
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007380127
Pages: 192
Year: 2013-08-15
A classic work of rural magic realism from one of Britain’s greatest children’s novelists.
Strong to the Bone

Strong to the Bone

Author: Jon Land
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 0765384647
Pages: 368
Year: 2017-12-05
Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong takes on a gang of neo-Nazis in Strong to the Bone, an action-packed novel of the critically acclaimed Caitlin Strong series by Jon Land 1944: Texas Ranger Jim Strong investigates a triple murder inside a Nazi POW camp in Texas. The Present: His daughter, fifth generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong, finds herself pursuing the killer her father never caught in the most personal case of her career—a conspiracy stretching from that Nazi POW camp to a modern-day neo-Nazi gang. A sinister movement has emerged from the shadows of history, determined to undermine the American way of life. Its leader, Armand Fisker, has an army at his disposal, a deadly bio-weapon, and a reputation for being unbeatable. But he’s never taken on the likes of Caitlin Strong and her outlaw lover, Cort Wesley Masters. To prevent an unspeakable cataclysm, Caitlin and Cort Wesley must win a war the world thought was over.