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Mark Walden


Mark Walden

Mark Walden spent a decade as a video game designer and producer before becoming a fulltime writer and father. He has a BA in English Literature and an MA in Twentieth Century Literature, Film, and Television, both from Newcastle University. He is the author of the H.I.V.E. series and lives with his family in the United Kingdom.

Mark Walden

Books by Mark Walden

by Mark Walden - Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Science Fiction, Space Opera
After the death of his father, Sam is still struggling to come to terms with the Illuminate powers that he inherited, the changes that the alien nanites have wrought on his body and the mysterious summons calling to him, urging him to come and retrieve “his birthright.” As the final conflict takes place in the skies above the Grand Canyon, Sam is forced to confront the fact that even with some surprising new allies, the price for defeating the Earth’s invaders may be vastly more than he is prepared to pay. One thing is certain, whatever happens, life will never be the same for Sam --- or for the rest of humanity --- ever again.
by Mark Walden - Adventure, Children's 8-12, Science Fiction

After the harrowing events of EARTHFALL, 12-year-old Sam and his fellow resistance members meet an enigmatic man named Mason who is slowly building an army to fight back against the invaders, the Voidborn. They combine forces on a mission to disable Voidborn technology in Tokyo. But Sam soon discovers that Mason isn’t content to just destroy the Voidborn’s machines; he plans to destroy the Voidborn once and for all with a plan that will cost the lives of millions.But something is coming, something even worse than the Voidborn. Something that might mean the end for them all.

by Mark Walden - Science Fiction

Sam awakens to see strange vessels gathered in the skies around London. As he stares up, people stream past, walking silently toward the enormous ships, which emit a persistent noise. Only Sam seems immune to the signal. Six months later, he is absolutely alone. Or so he thinks.