The Atlas Six & Olivie Blake's standalone books in order

Olivie Blake is the author of the bestselling fantasy series The Atlas Six and love story Alone With You in the Ether. Here's our guide to all her work, including The Atlas Six books in order.

Olivie Blake is increasingly well-known for her incredibly successful fantasy books The Atlas Six, The Atlas Paradox and recent bestseller The Atlas Complex, and haunting dark academia romance Alone With You in the Ether. But did you know that Olivie Blake is actually the pen-name of writer Alexene Farol Follmuth? Make sure her other books – including her young adult fiction written under her real name – find their rightful place on your TBR pile, with our handy guide.

The Atlas Six

by Olivie Blake

The Atlas Six follows six unbelievably attractive magicians as they fight for a place in the Alexandrian Society, switching loyalties and lust objects as they go. The Society guards lost knowledge from ancient civilizations and its members enjoy a lifetime of power and prestige. Yet each decade, only six practitioners are invited – to fill five places. Following recruitment by the mysterious Atlas Blakely, the six travel to the Society’s London headquarters. Here, each must study and innovate within esoteric subject areas. And if they can prove themselves, over the course of a year, they’ll survive. Most of them.

The Atlas Paradox

by Olivie Blake

Six magicians were offered the opportunity of a lifetime. Five are now members of the Society. And two paths lie before them. In the second installment in the Atlas Six series, the secret society of Alexandrians is unmasked. Its newest recruits realize the institute is capable of raw, world-changing power. It’s also headed by a man with plans to change life as we know it – and these are already under way. But the cost of this knowledge is as high as the price of power, and each initiate must choose which faction to follow.

The Atlas Complex

by Olivie Blake

Only the extraordinary are chosen. Only the cunning survive. In this stunning finale, it's a race to survive as the Society recruits are faced with the question of what they're willing to betray for limitless power – and who will be destroyed along the way.

Alone With You in the Ether

by Olivie Blake

A haunting, complicated love story that adds an incredible own-voices perspective to current conversations about mental health. Obsessive, eccentric personalities Aldo and Charlotte struggle to be without each other from the moment they meet, but they’re struggling in other ways too. Aldo is a doctoral student who manages his destructive thoughts with compulsive calculations about time travel. Charlotte is a bipolar counterfeit artist undergoing court-ordered psychotherapy. And whilst they’re deeply in love, their reliance on each other is increasingly troubling.

One for my Enemy

by Olivie Blake

Get ready to pick your side. In a magical New York, two families of witches battle for control. The Antonova sisters are beautiful, cunning and ruthless; their mother the elusive supplier of premium intoxicants. Their rivals, the influential Fedorov brothers, serve their crime boss father, whose enterprise dominates the shadows of magical Manhattan. A fraught twelve-year stalemate between the two families breaks, just as internal conflicts could destroy each of them from within. Will anyone survive?

Masters of Death

by Olivie Blake

This book is about an estate agent. Only she’s a vampire, the house for sale is haunted and the medium she’s hired to help is a fraud. As vampiric real estate professional Viola and secret charlatan Fox try to solve the mystery of the ghost’s death, they are drawn into a quest that neither wants nor expects. And they'll need the help of a demonic personal trainer, a sharp-voiced angel and a love-stricken reaper to complete it. A witty, gripping page-turner.

My Mechanical Romance

by Alexene Farol Follmuth

If you've read The Atlas Six, you’ll be unsurprised to learn that in this YA romance – written under Olivie's real name – nerds are hot. Especially battle-robot-building nerds. When Bel reveals a talent for engineering at school, she’s persuaded to join the robotics club, but all the other members completely ignore her. Enter Mateo Luna, captain of the football team and robotics club, who recognises Bel’s abilities and wants them on his team. As they work together Bel and Teo realize they've made more than just a robot for the championship. But are they too different to survive past the Nationals? This opposites-attract romance explores the vulnerability of first love and champions the position of women in STEM.

Twelfth Knight

by Alexene Farol Follmuth

Viola and Jack do not get along. Jack Orsino may be popular, but he is also careless and lazy and annoying. That he is Student Body President is another thing Viola is pretty annoyed about. Her escape is the online game Twelfth Knight, where she plays under a masculine alter-ego in order to be taken more seriously (having to do this: also annoying). When a football injury leads Jack to start playing Twelfth Knight too, their two worlds are set to collide. And as it becomes increasingly difficult for Vi to hide her true identity, Jack might just be falling for her offline . . .