Rich new works by the very best-known creators of fantasy fiction, each set in the special universe of the imagination that made that writer famous throughout the world. Stephen King: The Dark Tower: THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA: Dark fantasy and icy realism, a visionary mix of magic and horror. Terry Goodkind: The Sword of Truth: DEBT OF BONES: Green fire and black magic rage between the First Wizard and Panis Rahl. Orson Scott Card: The Tales of Alvin Maker: GRINNING MAN: A step closer to the ultimate confrontation between Alvin and the Unmaker. Robert Silverberg: Majipoor: THE SEVENTH SHRINE: In the time of the most famous Pontifex of all, Lord Valentine. Ursula K. LeGuin: Earthsea: DRAGONFLY: A woman for the first time on the mage's Isle of Roke. Raymond E. Feist: The Riftwar Saga: THE WOOD BOY: When the Kingdom had just been invaded by the Tsurani. Terry Pratchett: Discworld: THE SEA AND LITTLE FISHES: Fruit, vegetables and deadly rivalry between witches. Anne McCaffrey: Pern: RUNNER OF PERN: A young Runner on her first journey, dreaming of dragons and glory. George R.R.
Martin: A Song of Ice and Fire: THE HEDGE KNIGHT: A self-made knight, his honour, his horse, his squire, his luck. Tad Williams: Memory, Sorrow and Thorn: THE BURNING MAN: Dragon's blood and ancient hatreds on the Road of Dreams. Robert Jordan: Wheel of Time: NEW SPRING: Storm and battle in the shadow of the Blight...as the wheel turns.