Featuring a unique paper-over-board cover and beautifully dark full page illustrations by Kristen Margiotta, Gustav Gloom is sure to be a hit with fans who, like Fernie, love a little darkness in their lives.
Fernie What finds herself lost in the Gloom mansion after her cat appears to have been chased there by its own shadow. Fernie discovers a library full of every book that was never written, a gallery of statues that are just plain awkward, and finds herself at dinner watching her own shadow take part in the feast!
Along the way Fernie is chased by the People Taker who is determined to take her to the Shadow Country. It's up to Fernie and Gustav to stop the People Taker before he takes Fernie's family.
Featuring a unique cover and beautifully dark full-page illustrations by Kristen Margiotta, Gustav Gloom is sure to be a hit with fans who love a little darkness in their lives.
Gustav and Fernie’s adventures in the Dark Country continue as they search for their families. But as they get closer to discovering their families’ fates, their mission is once again threatened by old foes—as well as some new, even more treacherous, ones. Will Gustav and Fernie be able to battle their way through and rescue their families before it’s too late?
B is for Buried,
C is for Cannibalistic . . .
A stunningly illustrated and hilarious A-to-Z guide that bears witness to the zombie horde as it slowly overruns us. Assemble a motley crew of any survivors you can. Barricade your doors and windows against the relentless shambling masses hungry for your flesh. Grab a hammer, chain saw, clothing iron, or whatever household weapon is at hand . . .
The war has begun!
In the final installment of Adam-Troy Castro's creepy Gustav Gloom series, the fate of the Dark Country rests on Gustav and Fernie's shoulders. After weeks of traveling on a quest to find their fathers, Fernie and Gustav finally come face-to-face with their nemesis—the evil Lord Obsidian. Filled with heroic action sequences, terrifying chills, and plenty of humor, this final book will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
Fernie and Gustav leave the safety of the Gloom Mansion and begin their long journey to the Shadow Country to save their families from the evil Lord Obsidian. Aided by the magical Cryptic Carousel, Fernie and Gustav travel to lots of exotic locations as they try to locate the Shadow Country, meeting a few new foes along the way.
Featuring a unique paper-over-board cover and beautifully dark full page illustrations by Kristen Margiotta.
If you find yourself in such a place, you know you’ve gone too far.”
Introducing the madcap adventures of Ernst Vossoff and Karl Nimmitz, a couple of interstellar rogues whose adventures often veer in unexpected directions, sometimes in space limousines and sometimes dropping by continent-wide cocktail parties. In the great tradition of Douglas Adams, VOSSOFF AND NIMMITZ is science fiction made utterly hilarious.
Adam-Troy Castro is the author of the Andrea Cort novels, which have won both the Philip K. Dick Award in the US and the Seiun award in Japan. He has been nominated for a Nebula Award, for a Stoker Award, and for the German Kurd Lasswitz Prize.
PRAISE FOR ADAM-TROY CASTRO
“[The Andrea Cort] series really is something special... These books are compulsively readable space mysteries, but they’re also hiding little packets of cleverness and substance under the surface. Highly recommended.”
War criminal. Genius. Outcast. Heroine.
Sent to the home-world of the Zinn, a once-powerful race now on the long path to extinction, she’s expected to sign the approval for a simple prisoner transfer -- but why are the Zinn so eager to take custody of an unremarkable human murderer? What brutal crime is being planned against an innocent? What hidden agenda threatens to topple the balance of power?
This Nebula-Award nominated novella is the earliest adventure of Andrea Cort, heroine of the Philip K.Dick Award winning novel, EMISSARIES FROM THE DEAD.
Other Andrea Cort stories available from JABberwocky:
The Coward’s Option (and Tasha’s Fail Safe)Unseen Demons
He doesn’t know that he will immediately find himself imprisoned in a strange and alien place, where the souls of despairing creatures from the breadth of space and time are tapped for the energy that only they possess.
He also doesn’t know that he’s about to meet the oldest and most terrifying of all of Mankind’s enemies: an obsessed, all-powerful creature who has wiped out entire civilizations, in its single-minded quest to destroy everything human.
He doesn’t know that he is about to come face-to-face with everything we’ve ever been, and everything we ever stand a chance of becoming.
But there’s something the Beast doesn’t know about him.
He has a power he never knew he had.
This edition includes a special introduction by the author.
All United States Presidents have the same lesson to learn, and they all learn it early on the first full morning of their respective Administrations.
They are all confronted with the horrific secret at the heart of the White House...the one that subjects them to a blood-soaked, savage battle for survival.
To commemorate the 2012 election season, Hugo, Nebula and Stoker Nominee Adam-Troy Castro presents a newly-updated edition of one of his all-time strangest short stories, a one-of-a-kind mixture of political satire and relentless zombie horror that pits a new President against a siege by...the Founding Fiends.
Will Democracy survive...and what will be left of it?
Bestselling novelist, Adam-Troy Castro, explores The Amazing Race in My Ox is Broken! one of the first books ever published about one of the best reality television programs around. From Thailand to Greenland, this show has consistently gone where no other show has gone before, and Castro continues the excitement of the Race in a book that is funny, entertaining, and unique—just like the show itself.
The Amazing Race has hooked viewers for all the right reasons and it doesn’t show any signs of stopping. My Ox is Broken! is the best reading companion for any fan of this hit show or for any fan of reality television at its best.