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Jacob posts on 10/31/2005 3:13:14 PM Thanks Ginger; although Plight of the Forgotten was a little pricey I enjoyed it greatly, and felt it was worth every cent. Can't wait to see if this will be a trilogy or what Adam will write next.
ginger posts on 10/24/2005 6:31:05 PM Hey all, I just finished a really good book. Plight of the Forgotten by Adam Coyan. Thought you might like it. ISBN: 1420889907
Sky Winder posts on 9/30/2005 5:26:51 PM King's Own: A Borderlands Novel ISBN code: 0451460715 Should be able to pre-order it now in USA.



lemony fan ** posts on 9/30/2005 5:22:38 PM lemony snicket is so the best read it if you have a life
Sky Winder posts on 9/30/2005 5:21:19 PM Came across this in a blog. Maybe a trilogy? "...Lorna Freeman, who landed a three-book deal with Del Rey for her fantasy novel COVENANTS, which became a bestseller. She signed at the Festival of Books last year and Tod was so proud..."
Paul posts on 9/30/2005 3:52:59 PM It's coming out in paperback--I've seen it listed at $7.99.
Sky Winder posts on 9/22/2005 10:19:16 PM Great first novel! (Covenants: A Borderlands Novel). I am very much looking forward to the next. "Covenants" reminds me sort of a cross between Rudyard Kipling and Robin McKinley, if you've read "Kim" or "The Blue Sword". Really great world that just reminds you of the Old Empire filtered through a magical lens. Rabbit has a wonderful voice. First Person voices can be horrifyingly bad, but this was wonderfully terrific! I recommend it to everyone.
Greg Baumgartner posts on 9/4/2005 12:57:22 AM Will "The King's Own" be released as a paperback or a hardcover? The price of gas is eating at my my discresionary spending and a hardcover would out of my budget.
elf posts on 8/19/2005 9:21:10 PM It is called THE KING'S OWN and will be out February 7, 2006. It's listed on several online booksellers.
mf posts on 8/16/2005 4:18:47 PM Are you sure about the next book. I have looked everywhere but found no mention of it ANYWHERE.
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