Category: Sci-Fi, Fantasy

Sort

showing 1-15 of 22

Image for Gobi or Shamo; A Story of Three Songs (1889)

Gobi or Shamo; A Story of Three Songs (1889)

By: Murray, G. G. A. [George Gilbert Aimé Murray]

Price: £24.00

Publisher: London, Longmans, Green & Co., 1890

Edition: 3rd Edition


Original navy blue cloth on bevelled boards, lettered in gilt; black endpapers. Spine tips lightly scuffed, otherwise near fine. Lost race novel: ancient Greeks in Central Asia. Murray was a friend of H. Rider Haggard. View more info

Image for God's Good Man. A Simple Love Story

God's Good Man. A Simple Love Story

By: Corelli, Marie

Price: £8.00

Publisher: London, Methuen & Co., 1918


Twentieth Edition. Uniform binding in blue cloth; author's initials blindstamped on front board, lettered and decorated in gilt on spine. A few foxing spots, signature (1919) on half-title, otherwise a tight copy, good. View more info

Image for Julius LeVallon An Episode (1916)

Julius LeVallon An Episode (1916)

By: Blackwood.Algernon

Price: £30.00

Publisher: London, Cassell & Co., 1916

Edition: 1st Edition


Original brown cloth, lettered blind on front board in gilt on spine. Gilt lettering oxidised, ring mark on front board, undated signature and trace of removed bookplate on front endpapers, two small date stamps on rear pastedown, small tear (without loss) to edge of contents page, good. A novel about reincarnation: two men and one woman must work out the destinies imposed upon them by their actions in a previous lifetime, through "transcendental magic". View more info

Image for Looking Backward 2000 - 1887 (1888)

Looking Backward 2000 - 1887 (1888)

By: Bellamy, Edward

Price: £16.00

Publisher: London, William Reeves, 1894


Twenty-Fourth Edition, The Bellamy Library No 1. Undated [1894]. Frontispiece of Bellamy. Original green cloth, lettered in red; booklists and adverts on endpapers. Owner's signature twice: once on front board (1920) and once on front free endpaper (1933): otherwise very good. A highly successful Utopian vision of the future by this American author. The book sparked many continuations, imitations and parodies, with (fairly obvious) titles such as Looking Upwards, Looking... View more info

Image for One Traveller Returns (1887)

One Traveller Returns (1887)

By: Murray, David Christie & Henry Herman

Price: £24.00

Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus, 1893


New Edition, Piccadilly Novels. Late Piccadilly Novels binding: original crimson cloth with blindstamped flower on front board, lettered in gilt. Lightly scuffed, a little foxing, very good. A reincarnation fantasy. The pagan Vreda dies but returns from death to convert her tribe to Christianity and to achieve a final, grisly, martyrdom. View more info

Image for Sebastiani's Secret (1897)

Sebastiani's Secret (1897)

By: Waller, S. E. [Samuel Edmond Waller]

Price: £35.00

Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus, 1897

Edition: 1st Edition


[Remainder Issue]. Original olive green cloth with blindstamped art-nouveau flower designs on front board. Lightly scuffed, very good. An adventure story with some fantasy elements, concerning items from Atlantis and modern-day descendants of the Atlantians. Scarce. Waller started his career as an artist, and provided illustrations for a number of novels by Whyte-Melville and William Black etc. Although dated 1897 on the title page, this is a remainder issue in a variant... View more info

Image for Sir Pulteney A Fantasy (1910)

Sir Pulteney A Fantasy (1910)

By: Ward, E. D. [ie Edward Verrall Lucas]

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, Methuen & Co., 1910

Edition: 1st Edition


Original green cloth, lettered in black. Spine faintly sunned, bookplate on front pastedown, very good. A satirical fantasy involving anti-gravity as a painless method of suicide. View more info

Image for Tatterley, The Story of a Dead Man (1897)

Tatterley, The Story of a Dead Man (1897)

By: Gallon, Tom

Price: £14.00

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co., 1898


Fourth Edition, no date (c1898). Original green cloth, decorated in gilt on spine, black endpapers. A few light marks, signature (1898) on first page of text, very good. View more info

Image for The Adventures of Seven Four-Footed Foresters, Narrated by Themselves (1865)

The Adventures of Seven Four-Footed Foresters, Narrated by Themselves (1865)

By: Greenwood, James

Price: £45.00

Publisher: London, Ward and Lock, 1865

Edition: 1st Edition


Original brown cloth, with gilt vignette on front board, lettered nd decorated in gilt on spine, yellow endpapers, all edges gilt. Generally rubbed, frayed along hinges, shaken, inner joints cracked but holding, lacks two plates. Only a fair copy of this very scarce title. With all faults. Juvenile fantasy: the hero learns the secret of speaking to animals (he is part wolf -- a sort of early and benign werewolf) and gets each of seven creatures to tell their adventures. View more info

Image for The Brand of Kali (1929)

The Brand of Kali (1929)

By: Pegg, Eleanor

Price: £16.00

Publisher: London, Sheldon Press, 1929

Edition: 1st Edition


Original red cloth with lettering and flower design in black on front board. Spine lightly sunned, a few light foxing spots, otherwise very good. Indian novel: the heroine, Sylvia, has a mother (Christine) who believes she has been inducted in to the murderous cult of the indian goddess Kali. View more info

Image for The Curse of the Lion (1922)

The Curse of the Lion (1922)

By: Webster, F. A. M. [Frederick Annesley Michael Webster]

Price: £18.00

Publisher: London, United Press, 1922

Edition: First Edition


"The Modern Fiction Library". Undated first edition [1922]. Original light blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; title and series title blindstamped on front board. Spine lettering a little oxidised, corners bumped, browning on endpapers, good. Tall tales from Africa, including one of an "apeman", somewhat reminiscent of Burroughs's Tarzan. View more info

Image for The Dreams of Orlow (1916)

The Dreams of Orlow (1916)

By: Irvine, A. M. [Amy Mary Irvine]

Price: £14.00

Publisher: London, William Rider & Sons, 1919


Reprint edition. Original grey-green cloth, lettered in black. light scuffing, otherwise very good. An occult/spiritualist story, purporting to be the visionary dreams of Orlow Erinveine. With an introduction by J. Arthur Hill. View more info

Image for The Dumpling. A Detective Love Story of a Great Labour Uprising (1906)

The Dumpling. A Detective Love Story of a Great Labour Uprising (1906)

By: Kernahan, [John] Coulson

Price: £36.00

Publisher: London, Cassell & Co, 1906


Third Impression. Original black cloth with sinister Napoleon-like face of the Dumpling on glazed paper inset on front board, lettered in white. Spine lettering rubbed away, rubbed on corners at head of spine, inner joint papers lightly cracked, a good reading copy of a scarce title. Crime, romance, politics and science fiction combined: in the near future the Napoleonic Dumpling leads the people in a revolution against the monarchy. View more info

Image for The Eye of Zeitoon (1920)

The Eye of Zeitoon (1920)

By: Mundy, Talbot

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co, 1921


Sixth Thousand. Undated, c1921. Rebound by John M. Watkins of Cecil Court in navy blue cloth. Cloth slightly bubbled on front board, a little foxing throughout, owner's signature (1956) and binder's label on front endpaers, small library stamp on final leaf, good. View more info

Image for The Final War. A Story of the Great Betrayal (1896)

The Final War. A Story of the Great Betrayal (1896)

By: Tracy, Louis

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, C. Arthur Pearson, 1896

Edition: 1st Edition


Original blue-grey cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt. Spine a little darkened with small chips on corners, a few light marks, foxing spots on prelims, signature (1896) on front free endpaper, otherwise good. A jingoistic vision of a future "war to end war". View more info