The studio has acquired the rights to his Fourth Realm trilogy, according to Deadline.
The story focuses on a group of individuals who battle in a dystopian near-future against forces of surveillance and control.
The Tabula is an organisation that controls the world through constant observation, standing against a dying group called the Travelers, who can project themselves outside of their bodies.
"I'm so pleased that the trilogy is at Warner Bros, a studio whose history of otherworldly storytelling is so indelible and whose vision for the Fourth Realm trilogy is so inspiring," said Twelve Hawks in a statement.
The writer is himself a deeply private individual whose real identity is unknown.
The Traveller is followed by The Dark River and The Golden City, which may also be adapted depending on the success of the first film.
Development is due to start immediately on the adaptation.
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