All Books By J. G. Ballard

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  1. Book ImageRunning Wild

    Yet again J. G. Ballard’s inimitable clairvoyance is on display in this timely, powerful story of a community shattered by a massive act of violence.More

  2. Book ImageThe Kindness of Women

    A must-read for any J. G. Ballard fan, this “capstone to a magnificent career” is the essential sequel to Empire of the Sun (San Francisco Chronicle).More

  3. Book ImageHigh-Rise

    The classic novel of luxury and depravity, now a major motion picture.More

  4. Book ImageHello America

    "This fable lifts a great freight of ideas effortlessly…The story of an expedition driven on by wishes of possession and power but guided internally by myths of America whose sources lie in the late 20th century." —GuardianMore

  5. Book ImageThe Unlimited Dream Company

    "A remarkable piece of invention, a flight from the world of the familiar and the real into the exotic universe of dream and desire." —New York Times Book ReviewMore

  6. Book ImageThe Drowned World

    A thrilling adventure with “an oppressive power reminiscent of Conrad” (Kingsley Amis), considered by many to be Ballard’s finest.More

  7. Book ImageKingdom Come

    “J.G. Ballard is the undisputed laureate of suburban psychosis. . . . A brilliant novel.”—Literary ReviewMore

  8. Book ImageMiracles of Life

    A final statement from the greatest clairvoyant of twentieth-century literature.More

  9. Book ImageRushing to Paradise

    "[A] chilling . . . tale about humans who gamely follow their own worst instincts.”—Chicago TribuneMore

  10. Book ImageThe Drowned World

    A new generation discovers "the most original English writer of the last century." —China Miéville, The NationMore

  11. Book ImageThe Day of Creation

    "Compulsively absorbing: the white heat of its images seems to burn off the page, and the surreal landscapes linger on in the mind." —IndependentMore

  12. Book ImageMillennium People

    "The most cosmically elegiac writer in literature . . . no one reading Ballard could doubt the tidal gravity of his intellect." —Jonathan Lethem, New York Times Book ReviewMore

  13. Book ImageThe Drought

    An apocalyptic dystopia like no other, one whose "originality and power [of] vision can be felt" (Times Literary Supplement).More

  14. Book ImageHigh-Rise

    "Harsh and ingenious! High Rise is an intense and vivid bestiary, which lingers unsettlingly in the mind." —Martin Amis, New StatesmanMore

  15. Book ImageKingdom Come

    Never before published in America—J. G. Ballard's capstone novel, a thriller that envisions the collapse of our consumerist culture.More

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