Books for adult dyslexics

By Books On The Hill

By Books On The Hill

Historically there have been no dyslexic friendly books for adults in the mainstream publishing arena. We at Books on the Hill wanted to change that and so have just published our own range.  They are printed on 'friendly to the eye' paper and the font and layout all have the dyslexic reader in mind.  They are short stories for everyone to enjoy - not just those with dyslexia.  Sometimes we just want a quick read that really ticks all the boxes of great read!

Anchor Point

Stan Nicholls

£6.99 £6.50

Stan Nicholls brings a note of nostalgia of Heroic fantasy, with his signature storytelling, a tale of heroism and personal growth. One that can be read and re-read, always bringing a smile at the finish.

Sherlock Holmes and the Four Kings of Sweden

Steven Savile

£6.99 £6.50

Steve Savile hits the perfect note in this homage to Sherlock Holmes. Those who are familiar with Conan Doyle style of prose and storytelling are in for a treat.

The House on the Old Cliffs

Adrian Tchaikovsky

£6.99 £6.50

A imaginative mystery to be solved, which Adrian Tchaikovsky, a master of the unexpected, manages to entice and string you along, until you don’t want, but need to know the answers.

Ultrasound Shadow

Thana Niveau

£6.99 £6.50

A thoughtful treatise on pregnancy wrapped up in a bloody body-horror bow. Thana Niveau brings the ordinary into the supernatural.

At Midnight I Will Steal Your Soul

John Llewellyn Probert

£6.99 £6.50

If you are looking for a quintessential horror, John Llewellyn Probert certainty delivers. Building on its atmospheric setting the mundane descends into madness.

The Breath

Joel Cornah

£6.99 £6.50

Joel creates an intriguing science fiction story that slowly peals a layer upon layer of rubble to expose myth and science combined.

The Clockwork Eyeball

Steven Poore

£6.99 £6.50

Reminiscent of masters of the spy genre, Steven Poore tells a tale of daring do in a world of intrigue, with his usual flare and immaculate writing.

The Man Who Would be King

Rudyard Rudyard Kipling

£6.99 £6.50

A story about two British adventurers in British India who become kings of Kafiristan, a remote part of Afghanistan.

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