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  1. AndrewT

    Brent Weeks Comparison

    I was wondering which is better, Night Angel or Lightbringer, and how those stack up against other newer works/series by cutting edge authors.
  2. ratsy

    Brent Weeks signed Bookplate

    I just wanted to let everyone know about a promo Orbit is doing for those of us that have pre-ordered The Broken Eye. I have filled out the form and will wait my 8 weeks to get the free signed bookplate. If you haven't checked this series out, this is the third installment and they are very well...
  3. AndrewT

    Lightbringer (Brent Weeks)

    I've heard nothing but good things about Brent Weeks new series. I haven't had time to try them. Book one is Black Prism. Any comments from people who are into them?
  4. W

    Brent Weeks @ Waterstones Birmingham New St.

    The brilliant Brent Weeks Will be doing an evening talk at Waterstones Birmingham New Street on Tuesday 25th September at 7pm. Brent will be talking about his new book The Blinding Knife. Tickets are £3.00 and this is redeemable against the book on the night. If anyone is interested call...
  5. F

    The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks

    It takes a special kind of author to write three books and have them sold consecutively on a monthly basis… Typically a fantasy trilogy will take between three and four years from the first through until the last book is released. This allows time for readers to finish a book, have a bit of a...
  6. F

    Black Prism by Brent Weeks

    Earlier this year I read the ‘Night Angel Trilogy’ by Brent Weeks. I have to say that it is one of the very best fantasy trilogies I have ever read. I felt things for those characters I have never felt before in a book – I really felt I knew them and cared about what happened to them. And that...
  7. Aniri

    Brent Weeks--Night Angel Trilogy

    I did a search here, but did not get a hit. Has anyone read this series? I just picked up the first book, The Way of Shadows.
  8. chopper

    Brent Weeks - anyone?

    Saw the first in a trilogy by Brent Weeks in Waterstones last night, cover very similar to the Keren Miller ones, but looks quite interesting. Found a Blogspot interview with him today and it appears all three books in the trilogy will be out before Xmas. Ambitious, eh? anybody know much more...
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