Bibliography - Joe Abercrombie

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A list of his published works

The First Law Trilogy


  1. The Blade Itself (May 2006)
  2. Before They Are Hanged (March 2007)
  3. Last Argument of Kings (March 2008)

Standalone works

1. Best Served Cold (June 2009)
2.The Heroes( Jan 2011)
3. Red Country (2012)


YA Fiction:

1. Half a King (2014)
2. Half the World (2015)
3. Half a War (2015)


Short stories.
Sharp Ends (2016)

Age of Madness Trilogy
1. A Little Hatred (2019)
2. The Trouble With Peace (2020)
3. The Wisdom of Crowds (2021)
 
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Short stories.
  • The Fool Jobs – appeared in the Swords & Dark Magic compilation (published June 2010) and features Curnden Craw and his dozen in events prior to The Heroes.
  • Yesterday, Near A Village Called Barden – appeared as an extra in the Waterstone's hardcover version of The Heroes (2011) and focuses on Bremer dan Gorst on campaign prior to The Heroes.
 
Short stories.
  • The Fool Jobs – appeared in the Swords & Dark Magic compilation (published June 2010) and features Curnden Craw and his dozen in events prior to The Heroes.
  • Yesterday, Near A Village Called Barden – appeared as an extra in the Waterstone's hardcover version of The Heroes (2011) and focuses on Bremer dan Gorst on campaign prior to The Heroes.

Wow, never knew that ...how do you get hold of copies?
 
Short stories.
Sharp Ends (2016)

Age of Madness Trilogy
1. A Little Hatred (2019)
2. The Trouble With Peace (2020)
3. The Wisdom of Crowds (2021)


I always think of Abercrombie as a new author, scary to think he's been around 15 years.
 
Wow, never knew that ...how do you get hold of copies?
You can get cheap copies on amazon.com by kindle books. If it’s not available as a kindle ebook, try eBay you can always find cheap copies of what your looking for, some will try to charge you a thousand dollars for a book that’s worth about 3 dollars in perfect condition. You just have to be smart when your shopping on eBay. The people that actually buy thousands of dollars for the same book you are looking for are, well.. they just are not that smart , or they are lazy and won’t go looking around for a good to great copy of your book on eBay at a reasonable price. A brand new book you should pay no more then between $5 to $15 depending on how good the old book is. Good luck in your searching. Best.
 

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