“Orgo Runners”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“Seriously, I adored Orgo Runners. It’s got everything you could possibly want. Friendship, trouble and, of course, the adorable Orgo. I’m going to say it, R.J. Furness is an incredibly underrated author.” Nicola – Fantastic Book Dragon.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Personally, I think it’s lovely to see a middle grade series where the protagonist trio is two girls and a boy, rather than the established Harry Potter-esque trio two boys and a girl.  The world-building in this series is awesome, and really unusual.  It’s kind of like Ice Road Truckers, but more fun!” Asha – A Cat, A Book, and A Cup of Tea.

Book 1

Go on dangerous missions and battle vicious beasts with Fayth and her friends – in a future ice age.

Dive into this thrilling adventure series for children aged 7 and over.

14-year-old Fayth is a champion! Along with her friends, she races animals known as orgo to survive. But, when one of Fayth’s friends is caught stealing, she has an awful choice to make…

Let her friend face a fate worse than death with his captors, or agree to make a deadly journey delivering food supplies.

Join Fayth, Ink and Megg as they embark on their first mission with their orgo companions. Find out if their skill at riding orgo will help Fayth and her friends succeed. Their lives depend on it!

Discover the orgo in this gripping, action-packed story full of adventure and fantastic creatures! If you love BEAST QUEST & ASTROSAURS—you will adore ORGO RUNNERS.

Book 2

Could you survive another mission?

As champion orgo racers, Fayth, Ink and Megg were chosen to transport food supplies. But they had no idea how much danger they faced. Join them on their second mission to Scorr Tanta. Along the way, they are ambushed by a mob of greedy gliders from Eklips territory.

Will they manage to overcome this latest crisis? Will the supplies reach the people of Scorr Tanta on time?

Book 3

What if doing the right thing put your life in danger?

Fayth, Ink and Megg have a difficult choice to make when an enormous sea-creature gets stranded at the harbour! Megg wants to make sure that the seacrawler is safe, and she’ll do everything she can to help it. But, when Fayth chooses to help Megg instead of going to work, she manages to get herself into a heap of trouble with the wardens.

Is Fayth pushing her luck too far this time? Is time running out for the ‘Orgo Runners’? Will they be punished for refusing to take food to Scorr Tanta?

Book 4

Find the answers you’ve been looking for…

When Ink’s orgo becomes ill, he asks Cedric to help her get better. But, during their visit to Cedric’s barn, both Ink and Megg get more than they bargained for. Through Cedric’s stories, Ink and Megg learn about how the orgo evolved, and it isn’t what either of them expected! Join the Orgo Runners as they find out about Tobus, Calli and the Legend Of The Orgo.

Where did the orgo come from?

How did they evolve?

What is the reason for their extremely long necks?

Why did they get so fast?

Expect the unexpected in this latest ‘Orgo Runners’ story!

The First Collection

Prepare to be gripped! Follow Fayth and her friends, along with their ORGO companions, on their first four dangerous missions.


Get an EXCLUSIVE sneak preview of Book 5!

Book 5

Prepare for a scare…

As champion orgo racers, Fayth, Ink and Megg were chosen to transport food supplies. But they had no idea how much danger they faced. Join the Orgo Runners when they encounter peculiar new creatures and make a remarkable discovery – on their spookiest adventure yet…

If you love BEAST QUEST or GOOSEBUMPS, then you will adore ORGO RUNNERS. This scary story is the perfect ‘Halloween’ addition to your ‘Orgo Runners’ book collection! Ideal for children aged 6-10, but equally loved by grownups.

“Orgo Runners” REVIEWS:

Find some incredible reviews of Orgo Runners, here…

Orgo Runners: The First Run (1) by Fantastic Book Dragon

Orgo Runners: The First Collection (Books 1-4) by A Cat, A Book, and A Cup of Tea

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