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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. Convergence by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 3

    Convergence by Stuart Aken - A Seared Sky - Book 3

    Wise woman, Ivdulon, finally discovers how the world is in danger, but only young Tumalind, a gifted female mindtalker, has the means to save it. 

    Dagla Kaz, fanatical High Priest, fights to prevent changes that will undo all his power and prestige, engaging with evil forces to get his way. 

    Aklon-Dji, fighting to save the future of his islanders, faces war, treachery and violent death to bring justice to his land and security to the woman he loves. 

    Tumalind, gifted and brave, faces unknown terrors and the peril of utter destruction for herself, as she sends her beloved Okkyntalah into great danger in hope of saving the world from evil. 

    This is the final instalment of Stuart’s ‘A Seared Sky’ trilogy.

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    Starting at: £2.99

  2. Like False Money by Penny Grubb

    Like False Money by Penny Grubb

    Apparently, the death was accidental but its distorted revelations leave Private Investigator Annie fighting for her integrity and innocence. Like False Money is an exhilarating crime, thriller by Yorkshire based author Penny Grubb.

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    Starting at: £3.50

  3. 50 Shades of Gravy by Dan and Gabi Grubb

    50 Shades of Gravy by Dan and Gabi Grubb

    Gabi Grubb and Dan Grubb whip up the gravy in this delectable collection of 50 saucy recipes.
    50 Shades of Gravy is a cookbook to take any meal to the next level.

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    Starting at: £1.89

  4. Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time by David Perlmutter

    Wrong Place Wrong Time is David Perlmutter’s compelling autobiographic account of his self-inflicted spiral into a living hell. This is the true story of how he escaped the horrors of a London police cell only to plunge headlong into an unimaginable nightmare of life in Marbella, Spain.

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    Starting at: £1.89

  5. Cruel and Unusual Punnishments by Mark P Henderson

    Cruel and Unusual Punnishments by Mark P Henderson

    In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was Aardvark. So begins Mark P Henderson’s introduction to his beautifully crafted and wholly unlikely collection of animal sonnets that form just one part of Cruel and Unusual Punnishments. Add to these his fables without morals, his tales to tell and the skilful illustrations of illustrator David Moss, and you have a wonderful collection of entertaining short pieces of poetry and prose to make you laugh out loud, cry hysterically and throw yourself to the ground in utter disbelief. 

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    Starting at: £2.49

  6. Dreaming of Steam

    Dreaming of Steam

    23 railway inspired tales that mine a rich seam of creativity from the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. From pure fiction to basis in fact; from wonderfully evocative and painstaking detail to distant viewpoints, from the 1850’s through to the present day and on into the future, every tale in this remarkable collection will entertain you as it brings alive the natural beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds. “The range is truly fascinating from supernatural and science-fiction to wartime drama and accounts based on real people and events” - Lord Faulkner of Worcester, President of the Heritage Railway Association

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    Starting at: £2.99

  7. 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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    Starting at: £3.49

  8. 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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  9. 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

  10. Generation Mars: War Over Dust by Stuart Aken

    Generation Mars: War Over Dust by Stuart Aken

    War Over Dust is the second in Stuart Aken’s Generation Mars series. In this continuation from book 1, Blood Red Dust, two communities, one a democratic technical Utopia, the other an elitist commercial ghetto, compete to rule the future of mankind on Mars, cut off from Mother Earth. Who will win when violence overcomes diplomacy to let envy and self-interest propel both groups into war?

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