Gary Gibson is the author of twelve books, the first ten of which were published by Pan MacMillan in the UK. Of these, he's perhaps best known for The Shoal Sequence: in order, Stealing Light, Nova War, Empire of Light, and most recently, Marauder. 

His most recent published novel, his tenth, is Survival Game, a sequel to his previous Extinction Game. Extinction Game received a starred review from Publisher's Weekly. A novella, Ghost Frequencies, was published by Newcon Press in 2018, as was his first collection of short stories, Scienceville and Other Lost Worlds. 

Some general reviews: 
"One of the top SF writers active today . . . In the right hands SF can be wonderful, inventive and hugely enjoyable - and Gary Gibson is just that sort of author." - walkerofworlds.com.  

"To be considered alongside the leading triumvirate of British hard SF writers: Al Reynolds, Peter Hamilton, and Neal Asher . . . a treat for all fans of intelligent space opera." - The Guardian. 

"Gibson has certainly proved himself a name to watch." - SFX.

His first ten books were published  by Tor, an imprint of Pan Macmillan books, and have been translated to Spanish, German and Russian. Audiobooks have been made of most, except for the last and the first two. He is represented by John Jarrold of the John Jarrold Literary Agency, and any enquiries about rights should be directed there.

Apart from writing, he also provides book doctoring services for Jericho Writers, which entails helping unpublished authors learn how to correctly structure and edit their novels to the standard required of the publishing industry.