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G. P. Taylor

  • 4 stars across 19 books
    G.P. Taylor's Shadowmancer was a best seller in both the UK and the USA and has been translated into 49 languages. His other works include Tersias the Oracle and Mariah Mundi: the Midas Box. He currently lives in North Yorkshire with his wife and 3 children.
    20th August 2004

    Wormwood

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    31st August 2009

    The Secret of Indigo Moon

    Erik Morissey Ganger, famed explorer and detective and his mischief-making sidekicks, twins Sadie and Saskia Dopple, did... More

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    1st January 2003

    Shadowmancer

    Obadiah Demurral is a sorcerer who is seeking to control the highest power in the universe. He will stop at nothing. The... More

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    7th June 2007

    Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer takes you into a world of superstition, magic and witchcraft, where the ultimate sacrifice might even be li... More

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    1st May 2010

    YHWH: Ancient Stories Retold: The Flood, The Fish & the Giant

    In a world where children are probably more familiar with Harry Potter than Jesus, it's often hard to encourage them to ... More

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    4th June 2009

    Mariah Mundi and the Ghost Diamonds

    There is never a dull moment for Mariah Mundi living in the Prince Regent Hotel. But catastrophe strikes when three emin... More

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    1st February 2012

    Yeshua: Yeshua

    Imaginative retelling of 29 New Testament Bible stories for children aged 9-11. From the depths of time come stories tha... More

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    3rd June 2010

    Mariah Mundi and the Ship of Fools

    Maria Mundi and the Ship of Fools is the incredible final book in G. P. Taylor's Mariah Mundi trilogy. They haven't f... More

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