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Jack Cloudie by Stephen Hunt – OUT TODAY in paperback!

A tale of high adventure and derring-do set in the same Victorian-style world as the acclaimed The Court of the Air and The Secrets of the Fire Sea. Thanks to his father’s gambling debts, young Jack Keats finds himself on the streets and trying to survive as a… Read More

Raymond E. Feist – Author Q&A

To celebrate the release of A Crown Imperilled, Raymond E. Feist talks about his writing experiences and fantasy as a genre. What is it that draws you to the Fantasy genre? It’s as close as I can get to the old “Boys Adventure” genre, or real historical novels,… Read More

The ultimate Lord of the Rings guide: A Family Tree!

     Emil Johansson, a chemical engineering student from Gothenburg, Sweden, is creating a family tree for all of Middle Earth. He has traced 646 characters so far in the Tolkien world, and plans to continue to add more resources as his… Read More

A Crown Imperilled by Raymond E. Feist – Publication day!

The penultimate volume of the mighty Riftwar Cycle War rages in Midkemia but behind the chaos there is disquieting evidence of dark forces at work. Jim Dasher’s usually infallible intelligence network has been cleverly dismantled; nowhere is safe. He feels that the world is coming apart at the… Read More

A Crown Imperilled by Raymond E. Feist

Dear Fans, Sometimes things go wrong in the complex process of publishing a book, but we do try to keep it to a minimum! This time a glitch has slipped through our safety net, and unfortunately it’s in the otherwise wonderful A Crown Imperilled. We at Voyager are not only the publishers of… Read More

Steampunk: Essential Kit

    To celebrate the imminent publication of Jack Cloudie (PB) and From the Deep and the Dark (TPB), by Stephen Hunt, here are some suggestions so that you can make sure you have all of the essential Steampunk kit that you need…       1. Goggles   A… Read More

Why Fantasy? Why Now? by David Chandler

 The popularity of genre books has stayed strong for over a hundred years now, but it’s interesting—the individual genres seem to come and go.  Oh, there will always be good horror novels out there, and fantasy books seem to sell regardless of what year it is.  But there are… Read More

The Weirdstone

  If you have just finished the last instalment of Harry Potter and can brave something darker than dementors, I would be doing you a disservice not to recommend The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, which has just received a lavish 50thanniversary reissue. It is fantastical fairy tale set in… Read More

Raise a glass to JRR Tolkien

Are you insanely excited for The Hobbit movie? Re-reading The Lord of the Rings for the umpteenth time? Wherever you are this evening, at 9pm (your local time), why not raise a glass to the man behind it all, ‘The Professor’, on his eleventy-tenth birthday? Happy Toasting! From… Read More