The Stranger's Guide to Talliston
Discover the fantasy adventure novel set inside Britain's most extraordinary home.
Abandoned and alone, thirteen-year-old Joe’s world is shattered when he enters a deserted council house and becomes trapped within a labyrinth protecting the last magical places on earth. Hunted by sinister foes, Joe is forced ever deeper into both the maze and the mystery of his missing parents. What lies at the labyrinth’s centre and will it reunite him with the family he so desperately needs?
The novel is a beautiful addition to any fantasy readers' bookshelf with hand-drawn golden lettering and exclusive raven artwork by illustrator Patrick Knowles.
Under the dustjacket is just as dazzling with a gorgeous dark red leather-look hardback cover, golden foil artwork and on the back the Talliston poem featured in the opening chapters of the story.
Inside each edition are beautiful illustrated endpapers, maps of the house and gardens and opening chapter labyrinth artwork so that readers can track Joe's progress through the Talliston labyrinth.
Letters From The Labyrinth
Discover this illustrated full-colour fantasy adventure based on the worlds from The Stranger’s Guide to Talliston. Written by author John Tarrow and illustrated by Rebecca Solow, this quality A4-format 124-page hardback is a sequel, prequel and standalone story to the novel, exploring the thirteen locations of the house and novel. Each of the thirteen letters is a work of art, illustrated with beautiful watercolours, set in a vast collection of extraordinary times and places.
The A4-sixed first edition hardback is a beautiful addition to any fantasy readers' bookshelf with exclusive watercolour artwork by illustrator Rebecca Solow.
Under the dustjacket is just as dazzling with a gorgeous black weave hardback cover, golden foil raven artwork and on the back the children's rhyme featured in the opening chapters of the story.
Inside each edition are thirteen beautiful illustrated letters, full colour throughout, with a full story of another child lost in the labyrinth woven through the watercolours.