David Wingrove

Novelist and critic David Wingrove has been writing seriously since he was a teenager and now has twenty-six novels to his credit, along with several volumes of non-fiction. His work has often been described as ‘epic’ and with some justification: his first published series Chung Kuo is in excess of two-million words and took almost a decade to conceive, research and plot.

More about David

Roads to Moscow

To eradicate the other from history, the two great empires of Germany and Russia wage war across three millennia and seek to change Time itself. But when a German agent falls for a Russian woman, an epic love story underpins each nation’s mighty struggle to prevail.

Read More

Chung Kuo

With Triad bosses and assassins, emperors, whores and visionaries, Chung Kuo is part heroic epic, part technological thriller, part romance - a compelling tale of fallen empires and ordinary people unified only by the dark history of their time.

Read More


Myst are worlds of adventure and awe, of mystery and beauty, intrigue and betrayal. Based on the bestselling games, the Myst trilogy pits friend against friend, good against evil and brings a thousand worlds to vivid life. And as the unimaginable comes to pass, only one is left to carry on the legacy.

Read More

Other Books

A range of books drawing on years of experience as a reviewer and critic of science fiction, including source books on fiction and films of the genre, as well as the Hugo Award-winning Trillion Year Spree.

Read More