A Game of Thrones

First volume in the internationally bestselling series that has sold upward of 70 million copies. More

The Hobbit

J. R. R. Tolkien’s enchanting tale became an instant success when it was first published. More

The Dispossessed

The classic utopian science fiction; winner of the Hugo, Locus, and Nebula Awards. More

Divergent

First book in the Divergent trilogy, which has sold more than 32 million copies worldwide. More

Wicked

Bestseller that is the basis for the hit Tony Award–winning Broadway musical. More

Gregory Maguire

One of the reasons HarperCollins has been my most frequent publisher for thirty-three years is that I admired three children’s books published by Harper & Row within a year of each other (the year I was turning nine). More

I, Robot

Asimov’s science fiction masterpiece that influenced a legion of future authors. More

Fahrenheit 451

Though set in a dystopian world without books, Bradbury’s most famous work has never gone out of print. More

The Exorcist

The first horror story to reach number one on the New York Times bestseller list. More

Science Fiction & Fantasy

HarperCollins’s connections to nascent science fiction and fantasy worlds began with works such as Edward Lytton Bulwer’s The Coming Race (1871), and H. G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds (1898) and The Invisible Man (1898). More

American Gods

An instant classic and winner of both the Hugo and Nebula Awards. More

Hilary Mantel

I read out of hope and avid curiosity, and in an attempt to live in other times, and inhabit bodies that are not my own. More

Michael Chabon

The first writer that I really fell in love with was Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in particular his Sherlock Holmes stories, and the first story that I ever wrote was a Sherlock Holmes story. More

Sabriel

A revolutionary story that made Nix a rising star in the fantasy genre. More