Alan Garner

Alan Garner

Alan Garner (born 1934) is a British author, who was born in Congleton, Cheshire. He is the father of Elizabeth Garner.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee May 22, 2009
Books by Alan Garner
The Weirdstone of Brisingamen
The Moon of Gomrath (The Weirdstone Trilogy #2)
Elidor5.60
The Old Man of Mow
The Owl Service6.04
Smith
A Book of Goblins
Red Shift
The Breadhorse
The Guizer
The Stone Book
Tom Fobble's Day (Stone Book #2)
Granny Reardun (Stone Book #3)
The Aimer Gate (Stone Book #4)
The Three Golden Heads of the Well
The Princess and the Golden Mane
Alan Garner's Fairy Tales of Gold
The Lad of the Gad
The Stone Book Quartet
Alan Garner's Book of British Fairy Tales
A Bag of Moonshine
Jack and the Beanstalk
Once Upon a Time
Strandloper
The Little Red Hen
The Well of the Wind
Grey Wolf, Prince Jack and the Firebird
Thursbitch
Boneland (The Weirdstone Trilogy #3)

Speculative Fiction Novels (19)

(The Weirdstone Trilogy #3)
2012 | fantasy, young adult

2003 | fantasy

1998 | fantasy, childrens

1998 | fantasy, childrens

1997 | fantasy, childrens

1993 | fantasy, childrens, short stories

1992 | fantasy, childrens

1986 | fantasy, short stories, young adult

1984 | fantasy, childrens, short stories
(Fairytales of Gold)
1980 | fantasy, childrens, short stories

1980 | fantasy, short stories, young adult
(Fairytales of Gold)
1979 | fantasy, childrens
(Fairytales of Gold)
1979 | fantasy, childrens

1975 | fantasy, childrens, short stories

1973 | fantasy, young adult

1967 | fantasy, young adult

1965 | fantasy, young adult
(The Weirdstone Trilogy #2)
1963 | fantasy, young adult
(The Weirdstone Trilogy #1)
1960 | fantasy, young adult

Comics and Anthology (1)


1969 | fantasy, anthology, childrens

Others non-spefi books (9)


1996 | mainstream
(Stone Book)
1983 | childrens, mainstream
(Stone Book #4)
1978 | childrens, mainstream
(Stone Book #3)
1977 | childrens, mainstream
(Stone Book #2)
1977 | childrens, mainstream
(Stone Book #1)
1976 | childrens, mainstream

1975 | childrens, mainstream

1969

1966 | childrens, mainstream