The Sisters of Saint Nicola of The Almost Perpetual Motion vs the Lurch
In this raucous, steampunk tale a sacred order of scientist nuns battle against vicious Invaders from Mars and their murderous machines in an ongoing conflict that has lasted centuries.
Across the Wall and Into the Past: Garth Nix’s Terciel and Elinor
The Books That Made Garth Nix
Read an Excerpt From Garth Nix’s Terciel & Elinor
Fantasy || A Book of the Old Kingdom. The love story of Sabriel’s parents and the charter magic that brought them together—and threatened to tear them apart.
Finding Empowerment in Diaspora Identity: The Last Fallen Star and Lirael
Necromancy, Loss, and the Afterlife: The Enduring Legacy of Garth Nix’s Sabriel
Five Books About…
Five Books That Feature Lost, Missing, and Forgotten Gods
A Different Kind of ’80s Fantasy in Garth Nix’s The Left-Handed Booksellers of London
Once a Bookseller, Always a Bookseller
Read an Excerpt From Garth Nix’s The Left-Handed Booksellers of London
Fantasy, Young Adult || A girl’s quest to find her father leads her to an extended family of magical fighting booksellers who police the mythical Old World of England when it intrudes on the modern world.
The Enduring Legacy of Garth Nix’s Sabriel: Necromancy, Loss, and the Afterlife
The Necessary Arthur
Some days you find out that the world is nothing like what you think it is. An archaeologist named Tamara working near Hadrian’s Wall is approached by a very annoyed-looking, silver-haired woman with an incomprehensible message: The game is moving on, the time has come to play a hand, and Tamra is on point. Time to find the Necessary Arthur and get down to business!
Finding Love in Dystopia With Garth Nix’s Shade’s Children
The Case of the Somewhat Mythic Sword
Sir Magnus Holmes, cousin to the more famous Sherlock, is asked to investigate the appearance of an otherworldly knight carrying a legendary sword in the cellar of a Victorian London pub.