Jaleigh Johnson

JALEIGH JOHNSON is a fantasy author living and writing in the wilds of the Midwest. Her middle grade debut novel The Mark of the Dragonfly is a New York Times bestseller, and her other books from Delacorte Press include The Secrets of Solace, The Quest to the Uncharted Lands, and The Door to the Lost. In addition to the Marvel novel Triptych for Aconyte books, she has written several novels and short stories for the Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms fiction line published by Wizards of the Coast. Johnson is an avid gamer and lifelong geek.

Spring 23 Titles Announced! August 23, 2022 - The summer yet come to an end yet we’re already looking forward into Spring 2023. We’ve a sneak peek at the titles coming to bookshops, game stores, and online retailers at the beginning of 2023. These titles are already online and with your favorite FLG or bookshop to pre-order. Head… Read more.

“You don’t want to miss this book, the world is alive, vibrant and carries a story that is worthy of its own game”
Let’s Talk Assassin’s Creed

“Assassin’s Creed The Golden City is a great book for readers that enjoy drama, action, and stories of relationships without any prior knowledge of the Assassin’s Creed universe. Fans of the series will find a great introspective into the mind of an Assassin and a perfect read to excite for Assassin’s Creed Mirage.”
The Ones Who Came Before

“It had the magic of the games and a great story to boot.”
Kathryn’s Book Review

“So its great to see how the author has really delved into the self-doubt and questioning that plagues us all in those times, but she shows that for Fantomex, and for most of us, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and you can get there, so in that respect, the book is quite hopeful in its theme.”
– Big Geordie Geek

“I gave Triptych five stars. It had everything I have come to expect from this series of Marvel prose novels from Aconyte books.”

– Chris L. Owens

“What makes this book work so well for me is that it is as much about the plot as it is about character development. Both Avery and Fantomex grow a lot throughout this story, and have to learn that it is okay to trust/depend on other people… even though you have been hurt and disappointed in the past. You don’t have to be alone and push people away… which is definitely something that hit close to home.”

– Simply a Book Drunkard

” This is something else, this is something a little special. It shows a human side to these characters, a vulnerability and complexity that is often left out of comics to make more room for explosions and fist fights. If you’re after something a bit different, something that isn’t just the standard comic book formula this is a book you’re definitely going to want to read.”

– Trans-Scribe

“The themes of self, identity and finding one’s place resonate in the story, making it a quick and exciting read. Recommended for Marvel fans, super-hero fans, and just general action fans.”
Martin’s View

Triptych went well above my expectations. Fast paced action, heartfelt moments, funny moments, fabulous writing style, brilliant characters and characterizations and a snarky protagonist what isn’t to love?”
What You Tolkien About

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