The Library

This is nothing more than a list of the books I’ve read, and those in my immediate TBR pile. If anyone spots any glaring holes in my education, please point them out!


  1. Brandon Sanderson, Way of Kings
  2. Joe Abercrombie, Half a War
  3. Peter V. Brett, The Desert Spear
  4. Miles Cameron, The Red Knight
  5. Brandon Sanderson, Words of Radiance


  1. Joe Abercrombie, The First Law Trilogy
    1. The Blade Itself
    2. Before They Are Hanged
    3. Last Argument of Kings
  2. Joe Abercrombie, Best Served Cold
  3. Joe Abercrombie, The Heroes
  4. Joe Abercrombie, Red Country
  5. Joe Abercrombie, The Shattered Sea Trilogy
    1. Half a King
    2. Half the World
  6. James Aitcheson, Conquest Series
    1. Sworn Sword
  7. Daniel Arenson, Song of Dragons Trilogy
    1. Blood of Requiem 
  8. Sam Barone, The Eskkar Saga
    1. Dawn of Empire
    2. Empire Rising
    3. Quest of Honour
  9. Anthony Beevor, Stalingrad
  10. Anthony Beevor, Berlin: The Downfall, 1945 
  11. Peter V. Brett, The Demon War Cycle
    1. The Painted Man
  12. Robert Buettner, The Jason Wander Series
    1. Orphanage
    2. Orphan’s Destiny
    3. Orphan’s Journey
    4. Orphan’s Alliance
    5. Orphan’s Triumph
  13. Trudi Canavan, The Black Magician Trilogy
    1. The Magician’s Guild
    2. The Novice
    3. The High Lord
  14. James Clemens, Godslayer Chronicles
    1. Shadowfall
    2. Hinterland
  15. James Clemens, The Banned and The Banished Series
    1. Wit’ch Fire
    2. Wit’ch Storm
    3. Wit’ch War
    4. Wit’ch Gate
    5. Wit’ch Star
  16. Glen Cook, The Chronicles of the Black Company
    1. The Black Company
    2. Shadows Linger
    3. The White Rose
  17. Bernard Cornwell, The Warlord Chronicles
    1. The Winter King
    2. Enemy of God
    3. Excalibur: A Novel of Arthur
  18. Bernard Cornwell, The Grail Quest Trilogy
    1. Harlequin
    2. Vagabond
    3. Heretic
  19. Bernard Cornwell, The Warrior Chronicles
    1. The Last Kingdom
    2. The Pale Horseman
    3. The Lords of the North
    4. Sword Song
    5. The Burning Land
  20. Alison Croggon, The Books of Pellinnor
    1. The Gift
  21. David Dalglish, The Half Orcs
    1. The Weight of Blood
  22. David Dalglish, The Paladins
    1. Night of Wolves
  23. Ben Emery, Rise of Kings
  24. Steven Erikson, Malazan: Book of the Fallen
    1. Gardens of the Moon
    2. Deadhouse Gates
    3. Memories of Ice
    4. House of Chains
    5. Midnight Tides
    6. The Bonehunters
    7. Reaper’s Gale
    8. Toll the Hounds
    9. Dust of Dreams
  25. Raymond E. Feist, The Riftwar Saga
    1. Magician
    2. Silverthorn
    3. A Darkness at Sethanon
  26. Raymond E. Feist, Krondor’s Sons
    1. Prince of the Blood
    2. The King’s Buccaneer
  27. Raymond E. Feist, The Serpentwar Saga
    1. Shadow of a Dark Queen
    2. Rise of a Merchant Prince
    3. Rage of a Demon King
    4. Shards of a Broken Crown
  28. Raymond E. Feist, The Riftwar Legacy
    1. Krondor: The Betrayal
    2. Krondor: The Assassins
  29. Stephen A. Fender, The Kestrel Saga
    1. The Army of Light
  30. Richard Ford, Steelhaven
    1. Herald of the Storm
  31. E.J. Gilmour, The Veredor Chronicles
    1. The Sword of Light
  32. C. Greenwood, Legends of the Dimmingwood
    1. Magic of Thieves
  33. Stuart Hills, By Tank into Normandy
  34. Paul Hoffman, The Left Hand of God Trilogy
    1. The Left Hand of God
    2. The Last Four Things
    3. The Beating of His Wings
  35. Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time
    1. The Eye of the World
    2. The Great Hunt
    3. The Dragon Reborn
    4. The Shadow Rising
    5. The Fires of Heaven
    6. Lord of Chaos
    7. The Path of Daggers
    8. Winter’s Heart
    9. Crossroads of Twilight
    10. Knife of Dreams
    11. The Gathering Storm
    12. Towers of Midnight
    13. A Memory of Light
  36. Robert Jordan, New Spring
  37. Ben Kane, The Forgotten Legion Chronicles
    1. The Forgotten Legion
    2. The Silver Eagle
    3. The Road to Rome
  38. Mark Lawrence, The Broken Empire Trilogy
    1. Prince of Thorns
    2. King of Thorns
    3. Emperor of Thorns
  39. Ursula le Guin, The Earthsea Quartet
  40. C.S. Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia
    1. The Lion, the Witch and Wardrobe
  41. Tom Lloyd, The Twilight Reign
    1. The Stormcaller
    2. The Twilight Herald
    3. The Grave Thief
    4. The Ragged Man
    5. The Dusk Watchman
  42. Tom Lloyd, The God Fragments
    1. Stranger of Tempest
  43. George R.R. Martin, A Song of Ice and Fire
    1. A Game of Thrones
    2. A Clash of Kings
    3. A Storm of Swords
    4. A Feast for Crows
    5. A Dance with Dragons
  44. Robert Low, The Oathsworn
    1. The Whale Road
  45. Brian McClellan, The Powdermage Chronicles
    1. Promise of Blood
    2. Providence of Fire
  46. Fiona McIntosh, Trinity
    1. Betrayal
    2. Revenge
    3. Destiny
  47. Fiona McIntosh, The Quickening
    1. Myrren’s Gift
    2. Blood and Memory
    3. Bridge of Souls
  48. Victor Milán, The Dinosaur Lords
    1. The Dinosaur Lords
  49. Elizabeth Moon, The Deed of Paksenarrion
  50. Elizabeth Moon, Paladin’s Legacy
    1. Oath of Fealty
    2. Kings of the North
    3. Echoes of Betrayal
    4. Limits of Power
    5. Crown of Renewal
  51. William Napier, Attila
    1. Attila
    2. Attila: The Gathering Storm
    3. Attila: The Judgement
  52. Peter Newman, The Vagrant
  53. Christopher Paolini, The Inheritance Cycle
    1. Eragon
    2. Eldest
    3. Brisinger
    4. Inheritance
  54. K.J. Parker, The Fencer Trilogy
    1. Colours in the Steel
    2. The Belly of the Bow
    3. The Proof House
  55. Daniel Polansky, The Builders
  56. Philip Pullman, His Dark Materials
    1. Northern Lights
    2. The Golden Compass
    3. The Amber Spyglass
  57. Ian Ross, The Twilight of Empire
    1. War at the Edge of the World
    2. Swords Around the Throne
  58. J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter
    1. The Philosopher’s Stone
    2. The Chamber of Secrets
    3. The Prisoner of Azkaban
    4. The Goblet of Fire
    5. The Order of the Phoenix
    6. The Half-blood Prince
    7. The Deathly Hallows
  59. R.A. Salvatore, The Dark Elf Trilogy
    1. Homeland
    2. Exile
    3. Sojourn
  60. R.A. Salvatore, The Icewind Dale Trilogy
    1. The Crystal Shard
  61. Brandon Sanderson, The Mistborn Trilogy
    1. The Final Empire
    2. Well of Ascension
    3. The Hero of Ages
  62. Luke Scull, The Grim Company
    1. The Grim Company
  63. Brian Staveley, The Chronicles of the Unhewn Throne
    1. The Emperor’s Blades
  64. Michael J. Sullivan, The Riyria Revelations
    1. Theft of Swords
  65. Adrian Tchaikovsky, The Shadows of the Apt
    1. Empire in Black and Gold
    2. Dragonfly Falling
    3. Blood of the Mantis
    4. Salute the Dark
  66. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
    1. The Fellowship of the Ring
    2. The Two Towers
    3. The Return of the King
  67. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
  68. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion
  69. Django Wexler, The Shadow Campaigns
    1. The Thousand Names

Historian/Author of The Shadow's Herald and The Drakvalka Saga. Book reviews, musings and the occasional rant land here.

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