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Fantastic Books Publishing isn't just an optimistic name, we genuinely believe that we have chosen the most Fantastic Books from our incoming submissions.

Have a browse of our collection and we hope you'll agree.

Our dream is that one day old, yellowing (or fizzling in the case of ebooks) copies of our books will be passed from one generation to another for many years to come.

Welcome to the Fantastic Books collection.

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  1. Preparing for Higher Education Study by Penny Grubb

    Preparing for Higher Education Study by Penny Grubb

    Preparing for Higher Education Study aims to support students starting out in higher education. It focuses on the key skills required to make the step up from school or college to university education.The conventional student of the 20th century is no longer the norm in many sectors. People now enter higher education via diverse routes.They might for example be experienced individuals holding down responsible jobs who want to build their expertise and enhance their career prospects, but who have been out of formal education for several years, or they might be people with the ability but not the standard pre-requisites for a degree course.This book will give new students the boost they need to make the step up into higher education.Dr Penny Grubb has worked in academia since the 1980’s and has introduced generations of new students to higher education study. Her later academic work focussed on innovative ways to educate so-called fragile learners to give them the foundation and confidence to move on to degree courses. Penny’s academic writing has covered healthcare informatics, software maintenance, creative writing and teaching techniques. Learn More

    Starting at: £3.99

  2. Gravity's Arrow by Jack Mann

    Starting at: £3.49

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  3. The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist by Marie Gameson

    The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist by Marie Gameson

    Coming soon ... In The Day Jack Sacked His Therapist, Marie Gameson gives us a humorous, contemporary, urban tale that explores people’s inter-dependence and how their sense of self can be threatened when others change. You will seethe with frustration, hold your breath in trepidation, and laugh out loud as the drama unfolds. The important thing, Jill tells her brother Jack, again and again, is that nobody blames him. They weren’t blaming him back when he was four, and they’re still, apparently, not blaming him now he’s an adult. Is Jill’s infuriating meddling due to some flaw in her own character or does she genuinely know what’s best for Jack? After all, she’s the one who has known him all his life; the one with the key to his secret. Learn More

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  4. The Triple Goddess by Michael James

    The Triple Goddess by Michael James

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    The Triple Goddess is a fantasy extravaganza that mixes magic, legend, love and humour into a utopian/dystopian future world. Michael James’ debut novel charts the devastating consequences of freedom abused, of power misused and of evil intentions allowed to prosper. The world is advised to fasten its collective seatbelt because serious turbulence is on its way.

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  5. Shadeward: Enervation by Drew Wagar

    Shadeward: Enervation by Drew Wagar

    Coming soon ... Third book in the Sci-Fi Shadeward series, Enervation by Drew Wagar, continues the story that unfolded in books 1 & 2, Emanation and Exoneration. Kiri and Zoella’s paths cross once more and this time there is no going back. Not even the heroic Meru and the might of the Mobilis can stop the priestesses of Drayden now they have learnt the secret of Amar. Don’t let the fantastical landscape lull you into thinking you are reading fantasy. The science behind this book is rock solid and diligently researched. Learn More

    Starting at: £3.50

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  6. The Accidental Spurrt by Walt Pilcher

    The Accidental Spurrt by Walt Pilcher

    Coming soon ... In The Accidental Spurrt, reluctant undercover investigator Mark Fairley must unearth the dangerous secret that threatens the future of troubled energy drink company Spurr Nutritionals. In Walt Pilcher’s fast-moving tale of mystery, danger, greed and international in-fighting, he pops the cork (as it were) on the shenanigans of big business and how its tendrils reach far and wide. Learn More

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  7. The Star Protocol by the Marett Brothers

    The Star Protocol by the Marett Brothers

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    The Star Protocol is a fast-moving science-fiction adventure, a first novel by the Marett brothers, Ramon and Simon, each of whom is an experienced writer. The story opens in the deserts of Iraq with a chase that becomes a hostage situation, as the hunters become the quarry. Delta Force soldiers, Will and Dash, along with their British MI6 colleague, John, are on the trail of a known terrorist who they have cornered inside the ancient temple of Ur. Flushing him out should be routine, but they are wary of ambush in this maze-like structure, and they must be quick, there are others hunting them and closing in. When they discover that there are civilian archaeologists inside who have been taken hostage, they are horrified. But when the temple shows its age-old secret, they find out what trouble really means.

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  8. The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds

    The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds

    The Purple Bowtie by Lisabeth Reynolds is a passionate tale of lesbian love. Set in 1980’s Miami, it draws on the infamous lesbian salons of 1920’s Paris, as it charts the story of Lisa Robertson and her lover, Rachel.

    Inspired by a true story, the novel is in part a tribute to activists such as Dan Bradley who worked tirelessly for equality at high personal expense.

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    Starting at: £3.99

  9. Syrup Trap City by Penny Grubb

    Syrup Trap City by Penny Grubb

    Syrup Trap City is Penny Grubb’s 7th crime novel. Set in the Northern port of Hull, it features private investigator, Annie Raymond, her boss, the enigmatic Mrs Peters, and Detective Ayaan Ahmed who Annie last met in very trying circumstances in York (see Buried Deep and Tiger Blood).

    The story opens as the year draws to a close and Hull looks forward to a momentous year. The wider landscape passes Annie by as the realisation dawns that this routine job is not all that it seems. As she is faced with an unexpected and unwelcome reminder from the past, she realises just how badly she has taken her eye off the ball.

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    Starting at: £3.49

  10. Waiting for Gordo by Sue Knight

    Waiting for Gordo by Sue Knight

    Miranda should have no cares in Sue Knight’s eco-thriller, Waiting for Gordo. She’s with her dependable husband, Jim, on a paradise island with a group of friends. Their daughter is grown up and has flown the nest. They have no ties and no worries. So why the shades of unease? Is it the rustle of unseen creatures in the low scrub, the strangely watchful Bathroom Cockroach … or is it that Jim’s dive buddy Gordo is delayed on an outlying island waiting for a tropical storm to blow over before their boat can put to sea.

    Jim’s usual matter-of-factness keeps a lid on Miranda’s unease, but the small anomalies grow while she looks out over a deceptively calm aquamarine sea towards distant roiling clouds ...

    ... waiting for Gordo.

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