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Hugh Cook

(Hugh Walter Gilbert Cook)
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Hugh Cook was a cult author whose works blend fantasy and science fiction. He is best-known for his epic series The Chronicles of an Age of Darkness. Hugh Walter Gilbert Cook was born in Essex, England in 1956. After spending his early childhood in England he moved to Ocean Island (now Banaba Island in Kiribati). His experiences of English castles and of life on an equatorial island later influenced his writing.

Genres: Fantasy
Chronicles of an Age of Darkness
   1. The Wizards and the Warriors (1986)
     aka Wizard War
   2. The Wordsmiths and the Warguild (1987)
   3. The Women and the Warlords (1987)
   4. The Walrus and the Warwolf (1988)
     aka Lords of the Sword
   5. The Wicked and the Witless (1989)
   6. The Wishstone and the Wonderworkers (1990)
   7. The Wazir and the Witch (1990)
   8. The Werewolf and the Wormlord (1991)
   9. The Worshippers and the Way (1992)
   10. The Witchlord and the Weaponmaster (1992)
Wizard War Chronicles
   1. The Wizards and the Warriors (1986)
     aka Wizard War
   2. The Questing Hero (1988)
   3. The Heroes Return (1988)
   4. The Oracle (1989)
   Plague Summer (1980)
   The Shift (1987)
   Bamboo Horses (2005)
   To Find and Wake the Dreamer (2005)
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Non fiction
   Cancer Patient (2007)
Short stories
Mountaineering Complex (1993)
Consenting Adults (1998)
Consequences (1998)
Heroes of the Third Millenium (1998)
The Kidney Bean Diet (1998)
Outing (1998)
An Alien in Japan (1999)
The Earth is Flat (1999)
Her Mint-Green Breath (1999)
Howie Glenst and the Woman made from Glass (1999)
Invasion of the Chickens (1999)
Machine Readable (1999)
Night on Bear Mountain (1999)
Remembering Nagasaki (1999)
The Succubus (1999)

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