Author: Robert Rankin

The symptoms have been studied; the diagnosis is confirmed; the prognosis is bleak. The universe will cease to exist in just 12 hours—12 hours during which all of the loose ends must be tied up, all of the Big Questions answered, and all of the Ultimate Truths revealed. It promises to be a somewhat hectic half-day—during which a Brentford shopkeeper will complete a sitting….Read More

6 Books Similar to Necrophenia

The Fandom of the Operator

To call Rankin irreverent doesn't begin to describe just how good he is at playing with the rules' MIRROR,,Gary Cheese is twenty-two years of age and works for British Telecom… Continue Reading Posted in: Fantasy, Fiction, Humor

The Toyminator

Somewhere over the rainbow and just off the Yellow Brick Road stands Toy City, formerly known as Toy Town. And things are not going well for the city's inhabitants. There… Continue Reading Posted in: Fantasy, Fiction, Humor

The Dark

It came like a malignant shadow with seductive promises of power. And somewhere in the night, a small girl smiled as her mother burned. Asylum inmates slaughtered their attendants. In… Continue Reading Posted in: Ghost Suspense, Horror Fiction Classics

The Chickens of Atlantis and Other Foul and Filthy Fiends

Robert Rankin, the master of far-fetched fiction, presents, for the first time, a book written in 'the first monkey'. Sure to be taken up as the newest of literary fads,… Continue Reading Posted in: Fantasy, Fiction, Humor

The Day of the Jackal

One of the most celebrated thrillers ever written, The Day of the Jackal is the electrifying story of the struggle to catch a killer before it's too late.It is 1963… Continue Reading Posted in: English Fiction, France, Suspense Fiction


The Ministry of Serendipity at Mornington Crescent runs everything. And that is everything.When the Ministry learns of a spacecraft that crashed four thousand years ago into the Pacific Ocean it… Continue Reading Posted in: Humorous Stories, Science Fiction

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