Isabel Greenberg - Author

Books by Isabel Greenberg

Glass Town

Glass Town

Author: Isabel Greenberg Format: Hardback Release Date: 06/02/2020

The entrancing story of the Bronte sisters' childhood imaginary world, from the New York Times bestselling graphic novelist. Four children: Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne have invented a world so real and vivid that they can step right into it. But can reality be enough, when fiction is so enticing? And what happens to an imaginary world when its creators grow up? Plots are spiralling, characters are getting wildly out of hand, and a great deal of ink is being spilt... Welcome to Glass Town.

The One Hundred Nights of Hero

The One Hundred Nights of Hero

Author: Isabel Greenberg Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/09/2016

'A feminist fairy-tale... A wondrously intricate book, and a witty attack on the patriarchy, this is an instant classic.' Observer From the author who brought you The Encyclopedia of Early Earth comes another Epic Tale of Derring-Do. Prepare to be dazzled once more by the overwhelming power of stories and see Love prevail in the face of Terrible Adversity! You will read of betrayal, loyalty, madness, bad husbands, lovers both faithful and unfaithful, wise old crones, moons who come out of the sky, musical instruments that won't stay quiet, friends and brothers and fathers and mothers and above all, many, many sisters.

The Encyclopedia of Early Earth

The Encyclopedia of Early Earth

Author: Isabel Greenberg Format: Hardback Release Date: 03/10/2013

Winner of the Best Book Award at the 2014 British Comic Awards Readers! This book is not a real encyclopedia! It is an epic work of fiction, detailing the many tales and adventures of one lonely storyteller, on a quest for Enlightenment and True Love. This book contains many stories, big and small, about and pertaining to the following things: Gods, monsters, mad kings, wise old crones, shamans, medicine men, brothers and sisters, strife, mystery, bad science, worse geography, and did we already mention true love? Critics are saying it is probably the best thing since sliced bread. Maybe even since bread knives.