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A.R Jayatilaka was born in October 1985 in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

He is an avid writer and reader, with a special interest in the fantasy fiction genre. In 2014, his debut fantasy novel Tristan's Conquest: Knights of Olympus was published. He is currently working on the sequel.

Interact with him by writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. He can be found at facebook.com/arjayatilaka, and his Twitter account is ashan_jay.

WINNER State Literary Award : Best Novel 2015

When Tristan Lorne accidentally summons the demon Appollyon to Earth, he becomes a game-changer in the eternal combat of good against evil. Now unleashed, Appollyon wreaks havoc and destruction under the guise of crime, natural disasters and wars. Those killed by him awaken to find themselves in Olympus, a realm of four islands, ruled by two mysterious elders, who ally with magical creatures and plot to defeat the demon. When a devastating confrontation brings Tristan here, little does he know that his journey of magic, mystery and self discovery is only about to begin. KNIGHTS OF OLYMPUS, the first of the Tristan's Conquest trilogy is a gripping tale that bridges worlds of ancient magic and prophecy, where some are destined by their choices to become either heroes or villains.

The first ever such, Fantasy-Adventure novel by a Sri Lankan Author. A remarkable debut!

ISBN 978-955-1723-30-9
Author Ashan Jayatilaka
RS. 900
10 In Stock
Pages: 330
Published by: Bay Owl Press

Brandon Ingram currently heads a creative team at LOWE LDB advertising agency. His first novel The Fairy Dance was based on the issue of child sex tourism in Sri Lanka. He is frequently involved with the cutting edge theatre company Mind Adventures.

Living their lie is a story about a man, a woman and a boy whose lives cross each other in unexpected ways.

Together, they are forced to test the limits of friendship, the bonds of marriage and the boundaries of love as they learn with each passing moment that not everything society teaches us is true. Their journey of love and hate begins with an unexpected kiss, leading them to an end that will define who they become.

ISBN 978-955-1723-08-8
Author Brandon Ingram
RS. 690
100 In Stock
Pages: 160
Published by: Bay Owl Press

Shankari Chandran was raised in Canberra Australia. She spent a decade in London working as a lawyer in the social justice field. She eventually returned to Australia where she now lives with her husband, four children and their cavoodle puppy. The SONG OF THE SUN GOD is her first novel.

'Sri Lanka’s equivalent of the novel Half of a Yellow Sun by the award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie'

Longlisted for the Dublin IMPAC award

Shortlisted for the Fairway Literary Prize

In a time of upheaval, can Nala keep her family together?

The capital city – a little boy watches a monk wrap himself in flames… A village in Jaffna – a little girl is bursting with life…

Nala and Ranjan are on the brink of an exciting future. They will meet, marry and fall in love. They will set up house and have children. They will map out their future together, but destiny has other plans for them. Will they survive?

The SONG OF THE SUN GOD is a deeply moving saga spanning three continents and three generations. Lush physical details and an emotional recounting of events as they relentlessly unfold, reveal a heart-wrenching story of family, love, laughter, sorrow and new beginnings.

Shortlisted for the Fairway Prize, 2018

ISBN 978-955-8897-28-7
Author Shankari Chandran
RS. 1,000
10 In Stock
Pages: 407
Published by: Perera Hussein Publishing House

Chandani Lokugé is an Associate Professor at Monash University. She read for her doctoral degree on a Commonwealth Scholarship. She is the author of nine books. As the Editor of the scholarly Oxford Classics Reissues series of pioneering Indian women's writing in English, she has published six books including, The Collected Prose and Poetry of Toru Dutt and The Memories of Cornelia Sorabji: India's First Woman Barrister. Her current academic research is on the aesthetics of South Asian diasporic literature.

Turning back, she saw his blurred figure through the lace curtain, an abstract pattern of their intense criss-crossed liaison. He was looking at her. What was he seeing? How isolated we are, she thought, how unconnected...


One late spring morning, Uma awakens to a life in which her relationships – to lover, to husband, to son – seem unbearably tangled. In capturing its searing and intimate moments, the story transcends into a meditation on love and betrayal, grief and redemption.

'The heart-breaking clarity of Chandani Laokugé's writing resonates long after reading Softly, As I Leave You.'
Susan Kurosawa

'Chandani Lokugé writes with unfailing verbal felicity, in the language of the men and women of our time, over the whole range of human communication.'
Ashley Halpé

ISBN 978-955-1723-26-2
Author Chandani Lokuge
RS. 800
9 In Stock
Pages: 250
Published by: Bay Owl Press

Alexandra Harris is a German/American writer and communications specialist who has worked for a number of development organizations and non-profits. She currently lives in Colombo, Sri Lanka with her husband and their young daughters. Alexandra is a lifelong expat and third culture kid, having grown up in Jakarta and Cairo. This is her first novel.

One year after the Indian Ocean tsunami

Angela finds herself flying into the devastated region of Banda Aceh as a researcher for the UN. Enthusiastic and committed, the young American woman arrives at a place swarming with aid workers, and she soon enters a world that is nothing like what she has known.

ISBN 978-955-1723-32-3
Author Alexandra Harris
RS. 1,000
10 In Stock
Pages: 238
Published by: Bay Owl Press

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