Skara Brae, Orkney, the end of the Stone Age. The sun is dying, storms batter the coast and people fear the end of the world. When Rab crawls out of the sea wearing the remains of his Silver Skin, he throws the islanders into confusion. Who is he? Why has he come? Voy, the village wise woman, is certain he's a selkie, a source of new power. Cait isn't so sure. Rab, thousands of years from home, injured and desperate, must learn fast about this ancient world. What started as a high-tech study trip has turned into a struggle to survive.
Leif wants to be a hero, but as the youngest and smallest member of his huge Viking family, he's never had the chance to shine. Can he finally become a champion at the Midsummer Games? All he has to do is compete with some fully grown Viking heroes at sports including archery (no problem, with his very special bow from Queue the Artificer) and wrestling (big problem, the other contenders are all twice his size). Oh, and keep the Widow Brownhilde away from his father before he does something stupid like marrying her. And stop his meddlesome granny from cheating. And avoid his gigantic troll-like sister and her list of chores.... Easy.
Sam is one of the Miners who live on Planet Hell, digging ore to power the Earth. It's a nightmarish underground life. Going to the surface means death. Nothing can live there. And then one day, Sam finds a note from the Surface, and learns that everything in his life is a lie.A thought-provoking sci-fi story.
A teenage shape-shifter called Eo. A boy from the sixth century called Adom. And a girl from the twenty-second century called Jay. What do they have in common? Well, they're all being hurled back and forth through time in a deadly game where there can only be one winner. A careless mistake by Eo has led to a time-travelling challenge which could cost them their lives. If they fail, they're at the mercy of beautiful soul-sucking demons. But Eo, Adom and Jay are ready to face whatever the seven tides throw at them. They hope . . .
The Incredibles meets The Wizard of Oz in this fantasy page-turner full of action, atmosphere and humour. Three worlds, held in perfect balance. Nothing can change that. Apart from a cataclysmic disruption in the Space-Time continuum! Enter three perfectly designed heroes, Madlen, Bryn and Cam, who have been created to save the worlds - but the only problem is, they're not ready yet. They're still kids and they have no idea what they're looking for or where they'll find it. And a sinister villain has tampered with their DNA, so they're not quite as perfect as they should be. There's trouble in store - and the Questors don't know where - or when - to expect it... Embark on a quest of your own - go to www.joanlennon.co.uk
A wandering pedlar turns up in Leif's village, much to the delight of the Vikings of Frondfell. Only Leif suspects there's something not quite right about the small, wrinkly old man. As belongings start to go missing in the village and the pedlar is suddenly nowhere to be found, Leif's suspicions are confirmed. Can Leif track down the disappearing pedlar, survive insane flying inventions, and prove himself to be a hero once and for all?