John Meaney

John Meaney

John Meaney (born 1957) is a British science fiction and fantasy author.

John Meaney also writes near-future thrillers under the pseudonym of Thomas Blackthorne.

Links

John Meaney's official website.
John Meaney. Wikipedia.


Edited by Seregil of Rhiminee January 30, 2010
Book Covers
To Hold Infinity
Paradox (Nulapeiron Sequence #1)
Context (Nulapeiron Sequence #2)
Resolution (Nulapeiron Sequence #3)
Bone Song (Tristopolis #1)
Dark Blood (Tristopolis #2)
Absorption (Ragnarok #1)
Transmission (Ragnarok #2)
Resonance (Ragnarok #3)
Destructor Function (Case & Kat #1)
On the Brink
Tristopolis Requiem (Tristopolis #3)
Strategy Pattern (Case & Kat #2)

Speculative Fiction Novels (12)

(Case & Kat #2)
2019 | science fiction, thriller
(Tristopolis #3)
2018 | science fiction, fantasy > dark fantasy
(Case & Kat #1)
2018 | science fiction, thriller
(Ragnarok #3)
2013 | science fiction > space opera
(Ragnarok #2)
2012 | science fiction > space opera
(Ragnarok #1)
2010 | science fiction > space opera
(Tristopolis #2)
2008 | science fiction, fantasy > dark fantasy
(Tristopolis #1)
2007 | science fiction, fantasy > dark fantasy
(Nulapeiron Sequence #3)
2005 | science fiction
(Nulapeiron Sequence #2)
2002 | science fiction
(Nulapeiron Sequence #1)
2000 | science fiction

1998 | science fiction

Others non-spefi books (1)


2018 | thriller