The second book of Gulliver's Travels
The first book of Gulliver Travels
Psammead is the sand-fairy that could grant a wish a day. Generations of children have come to love the fantasy and the whimsy of the stories from the author of The Railway Children
The author has discovered that his old broken typewriter could communicate with Hell.
not Father Brown. Strange hilarious metaphysical thriller and a spy novel about anarchists-terrorists sworn to destroy the World.
The Knights and their Squires, Witches and Magicians, Dragon, Dwarfs, Enchantments and Monsters. A prose version of the famous epic poem.
Very good children's book. If you like Narnia this is one for you.
the only Wells's sci-fi that does not feel antiquated
The original story is more terrifying than any movie.
SHE is the mysterious white queen of a Central African tribe, whose custom is to place red-hot pots upon the heads of strangers. African supernatural adventures.