The Lost Journals of Pedro Piscator and other tales is an eclectic illustrated collection of tall tales from across the globe and throughout the ages. Tales of daring, loss and madness. From fairy tale to science fiction book review; from desert parable to colonial crime fiction; from Soviet thriller to an early explorer’s account of the dry and desolate interior of the great southern land.
Comedy and tragedy intertwine in this entertaining account of life in communist East Berlin as seen through the eyes of a teenage boy. Published originally in German, Harry Guest has provided a funny and engaging translation.
ISBN: 9781907605376 eISBN: 9781907605321 Dimensions: 134 mm x 205 mm Pages: 159 Format: Paperback Published: 1 Sep 2012 Price: £6.99
History explains what happened in the past; Imagining Vietnam shows us what it was like to live in past times. Eight memorable stories, spanning ten centuries of Vietnamese history, take us back to the drama and excitement of the past.
ISBN: 9781907605338 eISBN: 9781907605345 Dimensions: 206 mm x 134 mm Pages: 245 Format: Paperback Published: 1 Dec 2012 Price: £6.99
“The author writes with feeling and sensitivity, breathing life into the characters. A gifted writer, who has created images that remain with the reader long after the last page has been read.” Review on Amazon.co.uk
The haunting and beautifully crafted tale of a girl’s feral childhood in 1960s Lancashire and her friend Jack’s search for the missing homeless adult she becomes.
ISBN: 9780955623912 eISBN: 9781907605406 Dimensions: 134 mm x 205 mm Pages: 183 Format: Paperback Published: 3 May 2008 Price: £7.99
Peter’s come up with some improvements – conveyor belts along the high street, points for good deeds, gender choice, holographic memory projection, identity swaps, no death or defecation and, oh, no golf. Shame his own tidy little world is unravelling. You know, the usual stuff: murder, prostitution, gambling, infidelity, death and the Annual Carpet and Floor Covering Exhibition to survive..
ISBN:9780954758660 eISBN:9781907605192 Dimensions: 134 mm x 205 mm Pages: 218 Format: Paperback Published: 23 Aug 2006 Price: £7.99
“This is a rattling read, and a chilling exposé of political correctness on campus.” Boris Johnson
“Seriously funny: …lifts the lid on campus life.” The Independent
“Art imitates life.” Times Higher Education
ISBN: 9780954758677 eISBN: 9781907605147 Dimensions: 134 mm x 210 mm Pages: 211 Format: Paperback Published: 11 Sept 2006 Price: £7.99
Humming the familiar strains of Erik Satie’s Gnossienne No.1 to himself, renowned film composer Jocelyn Thwaite steps in front of the 01.59 Paddington Express. As the only witness, Danny Lunt grabs the opportunity to live the life that the dead man no longer wants and that he always thought he deserved – if only he’d had the money.
ISBN: 9780955623929 eISBN: 9781907605246 Dimensions: 139 mm x 215 mm Pages: 179 Format: Paperback Published: 1 Aug 2008 Price: £10.99
Thirteen-year-old Rainbow discovers she can communicate with trees.
But that’s just the beginning. Her magic hands can shape trees at her will, but her gift is dangerous and has fatal consequences. An accident that leaves Rainbow unconscious leads her mother to make a confession that will change Rainbow’s life forever. Are her abilities a gift or a curse? Can Rainbow really trust her mother? From England to France, through secrets, fears and parallel worlds, Rainbow’s journey to understand her powers takes her beyond everything she’s ever known.
To find the truth, she must also find herself.
ISBN: 9781911293002 eISBN: 9781907605994 Format: eBook Published: Spring 2017
ISBN: 9781911293149eISBN: 9781911293156Format: Paperback/eBookPrice: £8.99/£3.99Available: Autumn 2016 Amazon iBooks Kobo Hive ‘I was really impressed with Magdalena’s entry… and expect to be hearing a lot more about her later in 2017’ (Mel Mitchell, New Books Magazine)‘This year’s shortlist was one of the strongest we’ve had at Impress. We emerged with an extraordinarily worthy winner’ (Julian Webb, Commissioning… View Article
As readers, we’re all the type of people to read the book before seeing the film, but we’re also prone to fangirling/fanboying when our favourite titles get adapted onto the big screen. To give you chance to read some of the biggest books being adapted in 2017, here are five releases tha [read more]