Winds of the Forelands

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Weavers of War
Winds of the Forelands (Volume (5 of 5))
David B. Coe
Tor Books

Weavers of War brings Winds of the Forelands to a powerful climax. After nine-hundred years of peace, war has again erupted between the magical Qirsi and...


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Shapers of Darkness
Winds of the Forelands (Volume (4 of 5))
David B. Coe
Tor Fantasy

Robust, exciting epic fantasy: War trumps politics in the Winds of the Forelands series


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Bonds of Vengeance
Winds of the Forelands (Volume (3 of 5))
David B. Coe
Tor Fantasy

This third epic fantasy of Winds of the Forelands brings the nations of this ancient land to a war that threatens to topple rulers and destroy the fabric of...


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Seeds of Betrayal
Winds of the Forelands (Volume (2 of 5))
David B. Coe
Tor Books

Powerful conspiracies, magical treachery, and secret alliances threaten to push the realms into war in this exciting sequel to Rules of Ascension. Sorcery,...


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Rules of Ascension
Winds of the Forelands (Volume (1 of 5))
David B. Coe
Tor Books

For 900 years, since the Qirsi War, the Forelands have enjoyed relative peace. The Qirsi leaders, Weavers whose powerful magic could bend to their will not...


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About the Author

David B. Coe
David B. Coe is the author of the Winds of the Forelands and Blood of the Southlands series. Children of Amarid and The Outlanders, the first two novels of his LonTobyn Chronicle trilogy, won the William L. Crawford Award for Best First Fantasy or Fantasy Series. He also wrote the novelization of the Ridley Scott production of Robin Hood. Coe grew up in the suburbs around New York City. He received his undergrad degree from Brown University and his Ph.D. in history from Stanford University. In his free time, he is an avid birdwatcher and nature photographer. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Sewanee, Tennessee.
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