*Winner of the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award, longlisted for the Man/Booker Prize for Fiction 2004, shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel Award and the Guardian First Book Award, this is the first new look for the modern classic All three books in the series contain new introductions by Neil Gaiman Published in time for Hallowe'en and dark winter nights, all three books in the series are high-spec paperbacks with black-edged pages
Susanna Clarke lives in Cambridge. She is also the author of The Ladies of Grace Adieu.
'An elegant and witty historical fantasy which deserves to be judged on its own (considerable) merit' Sunday Telegraph 'Full of spells, bad weather, statues that talk, haunted ballrooms and sinister gentlemen with thistledown hair ... be enchanted!' Elle 'A nourishing, 19th-century-style novel that will warm readers through any number of dark and stormy nights ... Clarke makes her magical story ridiculously engrossing' Daily Telegraph 'This is, in both the precise and the colloquial sense, a fabulous book ... a highly original and compelling work' Sunday Times