All eight of the titles in the Angel Mountain series are available via our dedicated online bookshop page. All copies sold through this site are signed by the author, and are generally dispatched within 24 hours of the order being received. Ebook versions of the novels are also available via the Amazon web site for Kindle versions. Happy reading!
The Angel Mountain Saga. Here are the links which will take you directly to the relevant Amazon Kindle Ebook pages:
On Angel Mountain
House of Angels
Rebecca and the Angels
Flying with Angels
Conspiracy of Angels
Eight volumes are now available in this best-selling series -- now with about 80,000 copies sold. Please buy through your local bookshop if possible; alternatively all of the titles can be ordered from the publishers, Greencroft Books, by clicking on the book jackets in the adjacent column.
On Angel Mountain (Part One), Greencroft Books 2001.
ISBN 9780905559803. A5 paperback, 328 pp, £6.99.
House of Angels (Part Two), Greencroft Books 2002.
ISBN 9780905559810. A5 paperback, 432 pp, £7.99.
Dark Angel (Part Three), Greencroft Books 2003.
ISBN 9780905559827. A5 paperback, 432 pp, £8.50.
Rebecca and the Angels (Part Four), Greencroft Books 2004.
ISBN 9780905559834. A5 paperback, 432 pp, £8.50.
Flying with Angels (Part Five), Greencroft Books, 2005.
ISBN 9780905559841. A5 paperback, 400 pp, £7.99.
Guardian Angel (Part Six), Greencroft Books, 2008.
ISBN 9780905559865. A5 paperback, 256 pp, £6.99.
Sacrifice (Part Seven), Greencroft Books, 2009.
ISBN 9780905559902. A5 paperback, 352 pp, £7.99.
Conspiracy of Angels (Part Eight), Greencroft Books, 2012.
ISBN 9780905559933. A5 paperback, 352 pp, £7.99.
As a last resort, the books can be obtained from the Amazon Bookstore, although the only people who make any money from Amazon transactions are the Amazon shareholders.....
The Books of the Angel Mountain Saga
These eight titles are all available in paperback. Click on the book image to go through to our bookshop page.
Martha Morgan's Little World (the companion volume)
The many fans of Mistress Martha Morgan and the Angel Mountain novels will be delighted to know that there is a companion to the first five books of the series and a guide to “Martha Morgan Country”.
Brian says that the book was written and produced in 2006 as a response to many requests from readers for background information on the people, places, social history, symbolism, and traditions featured in the stories. In addition to all of that, he included more personal material relating to the inspiration behind the stories, his writing process, and the practicalities of self-publishing historical fiction. There are also summaries of the Saga's publishing history up to 2006, a selection of reviews, a section condensing all the story-lines, a full character list, and a list of all the diary entries in the first five novels.
The book was intended for those who have their own theories about what is what, why people behave as they do, what the links are between the stories, and what interpretations might be placed upon certain associations and events in the heroine's life. So it is a sort of reader's guide which might even be used as a study aid -- given that certain schools are now using the book in the context of Welsh literature. In a way, the author also sees the book as an attempt to remove some of the mystique that might be associated with the process of writing fiction, and he aims to set up a three-way dialogue between Mistress Martha, the author, and the reader. Isn't that over-ambitious? "Not really," says the author. "Martha has her say in all five of the early novels, given the diary format which I have employed. Sometimes her words need to be interpreted or analysed, since she is not always entirely honest in what she writes! Readers have given me a host of questions, and now here are my answers."
The star of the new book, as indeed of all of the novels of the saga, is Mistress Martha Morgan of Plas Ingli herself. "Of course this is an in-depth look at Mistress Martha and her world," Brian says. "But it is much more than that, since it is also an affectionate portrait of a very beautiful imagined -- and real -- landscape, incorporating more than a hundred colour photographs." The book is an A5 hardback, designed to sit alongside the novels of the Saga in the bookshelf. It also has a stunning jacket, designed by Brian's son Martin to provide a link between the Greencroft and Corgi editions of the novels.