|1||A Romance in Twelve Parts||Stuart Douglas||Obverse Books||31 May 2011|
|2||Burning with Optimism's Flames||Jay Eales||31 January 2013|
|3||Liberating Earth||Kate Orman||31 January 2015|
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The Faction Paradox Protocols Edit
BBV Productions released three two-part audios in their series The Faction Paradox Protocols between 2001 and 2004.
- Main article: The Faction Paradox Protocols
The True History of Faction Paradox Edit
In 2004, Magic Bullet Productions obtained the Faction Paradox audio license and began their The True History of Faction Paradox series, which ended in 2009.
- Main article: The True History of Faction Paradox
Two issues of a Faction Paradox comic were produced by Mad Norwegian and published by Image Comics in the latter half of 2003. Each issue had a central, 16-page comic along with shorter, illustrated text stories. The main comic story was an ongoing one, so the early cancellation of the title meant that the story was never finished. It was set after the end of the War and acted as a prequel to The Adventuress of Henrietta Street; the Faction Paradox Protocols audio stories Sabbath Dei and In the Year of the Cat were intended to be prequels to the comic. 
- Lawrence Miles wanted a minimal emphasis on aliens in the Faction Paradox series, which he viewed as mainly mythological; in The Book of the War, he characterised all non-humans as either gods, like the Great Houses and Celestis, or monsters, like the Yssgaroth and Mal'akh.
- It was originally intended that sidebars would be a part of the Faction Paradox novels' "house style"; however, only The Book of the War and Of the City of the Saved... used them.
- Mad Norwegian Press ended production of the Faction Paradox comic due to the superhero domination of the comic market, the restructuring of Image Comics, and the immense cost and manpower involved in doing a comic.
- Despite the novel series' moderate success with the gamer community, it struggled to find an audience outside of Doctor Who fans; after Doctor Who returned to television, Mad Norwegian Press cancelled the series in September 2006.