Books by David B. Coe

David B. Coe is the author of Rules of Ascension and Seeds of Betrayal in the Winds of the Foreland series and won the Crawford Award for Best First Fantasy for Children of Amarid and The Outlanders, the first two books of his LonTobyn trilogy. He lives i


THE SORCERERS’ PLAGUE by David B. Coe
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Dec. 1, 2007

"For the author's fans, and for younger readers who may still find freshness in fantasy of this type."
Volume one of a new series, this is epic fantasy with an Important Moral Lesson. Read full book review >
SHAPERS OF DARKNESS by David B. Coe
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Dec. 27, 2005

"Enjoyable but slow-moving."
Penultimate volume of the Winds of the Forelands series, following Bonds of Vengeance (2005), in which two races—the Eandi and the Qirsi—battle for dominance. Read full book review >
RULES OF ASCENSION by David B. Coe
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 1, 2001

"Coming up: Seeds of Betrayal."
The award-winning author of the LonTobyn Chronicles (Eagle-Sage, 2000, etc.) kicks off a fresh four-part fantasy series. Read full book review >
EAGLE-SAGE by David B. Coe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 2000

"A saga whose excellent ideas have run ahead of the author's ability to articulate or dramatize them, though the fans will want to know how it all comes out."
Third and final part of Coe's fantasy LonTobyn Chronicle (The Outlanders, 1998, etc.). Read full book review >
THE OUTLANDERS by David B. Coe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 30, 1998

"Typically long-winded but reasonably innovative and engaging."
Second entry in a projected fantasy trilogy (The Children of Amarid, 1997) about the attempted invasion of rural, magic-powered Tobyn-Ser by technology-powered, industrialized Lon-Ser. Read full book review >
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 1997

"The birds are merely a nuisance; otherwise, this hardworking if glum and unambitious debut might just—but only just—keep a nostril above the flood of mediocre fantasy currently sloshing about."
First of a sword-and-sorcery series in which, a thousand years ago, Amarid and Theron founded a magical order whose new members become mages by acquiring bird familiars (necessary for the magic to work), staffs, and ceryll crystals, which focus and project the magic. Read full book review >