Marc Gascoigne - Bibliography - Other Fiction

Other Fiction

  • Sonic the Hedgehog novels (with Carl Sargent & James Wallis, as “Martin Adams”):
    • Sonic in the Fourth Dimension (Virgin 1993)
    • Robotnik’s Laboratory (Virgin 1993)
    • Sonic & the Silicon Warriors (Virgin 1993)
    • Castle Robotnik (Virgin 1994)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog gamebooks (with Jonathan Green):
    • #5: Theme Park Panic (Puffin 1995)
    • #6: Stormin’ Sonic (Puffin 1996)
  • Others
    • Ren & Stimpy’s Happy Happy! Joy Joy! Book (Puffin 1994, with James Wallis)
    • The Bill: Killjoys (Puffin 1997)
    • The Bill: Never Too Young (Puffin 1997)

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