Which Books are in Which Series?

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adam_weiler
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Hello!  I'm sure I'm not the first person to ask this, but which books are in which series?  I've checked out the FAQ on this site and it's missing the most recent novels.  So far my list looks like this:

Brentford Trilogy: 8 books

-The Antipope

-The Brentford Triangle

-East of Ealing

-The Sprouts of Wrath

-The Brenford Chainstore Massacre

-Sex and Drugs and Sausage Rolls

-Knees Up Mother Earth **

-The Brightnomicon **

 

Armageddon Trilogy: 3 books

-Armageddon: The Musical

-They Came and Ate Us

-The Suburban Book of the Dead

 

Cornelius Murphy: 3 books

-The Book of Ultimate Truths

-Raiders of the Lost Car Park

-The Most Amazing Man Who Ever Lived

 

Trilogy That Dare Not Speak Its Name: 3 books

-Sprout Mask Replica

-The Dance of the Voodoo Handbag

-Waiting for Godaming

 

Witches Trilogy: 3 books

-The Witches of Chiswick

-Knees Up Mother Earth **

-The Brightnomicon **

 

Eddie Bear: 2 books

-The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse

-The Toyminator

 

Standalone novels: 10 books

-The Greatest Show off Earth

-The Garden of Unearthly Delights

-A Dog Called Demolition

-Nostradamus Ate My Hamster

-Apocalypso

-Snuff Fiction

-Web Site Story

-The Fandom of the Operator

-The Da-da-de-da-da Code

-Necrophenia

 

Latest Novels - Where do these fit in? : 5 books

-Retromancer

-The Japanese Devil Fish Girl and Other Unnatural Attractions

-The Mechanical Messiah and Other Marvels of the Modern Age

-The Educated Ape and Other Wonders of the Worlds

-The Chickens of Atlantis and Other Foul and Filthy Fiends

 

 

**Appears in 2 series?  .. right?

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Re: Which Books are in Which Series?

Hi there, it's late & I've been drinking bot you're about there
 
I think Retromancer is classed at the Brightonomicon sequal
& The Japanese Devil Fish
The Mechanical Messiah
The Educated Ape
The Chickens of Atlantis
 
Are all in a series of 4

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Re: Which Books are in Which Series?

I also think your Witches Trilogy was refered to as the "BIg Magic" trilogy for a while