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17th of September 2002:
A new fantasy by Eddings!
Good news all! One of
our forum members, good old Sparhawk found this information
This sounds marvelous and innovative but also deep and intricate
enough to rival the works of Jordan and Tolkien!
A brand new fantasy series,
set in an entirely new world, from bestselling authors David
and Leigh Eddings. The
Dreamers are children teetering on the brink of divinity.
They have the power to change the world with their dreams.
But they only look like children. They are, actually, sleeping
gods. The Dreamers are an apparition designed to fool the
Lord of the Wasteland, an enemy of no specific gender who
plans to use the moment of the divinities' waking to destroy
them. At that moment, he can do it, but no other. If he gets
it right, the Lord of the Wasteland can destroy both the sleepers
and the other divinities that are already awake. There are
eight divinities altogether, and four of them are awake while
the other four sleep for alternating periods of 25,000 years.
The time for a switchover is approaching fast. There will
be battle. There will be trickery and deception. Tribes of
humans, creatures of the deep, the sea itself and the earth,
the weather and the mood of the divinities, all will play
their part in the epic struggle against the hive mentality
of the Lord of the Wasteland. But the world is out of kilter,
it is being dreamed, and the awakening of gods is no simple
The book will be published by Voyager on 15th July 2003. BE
it here. »»»
18th of February 2002:
New book: Regina's Song
publication date for Eddings's new novel, Regina's Song, has
been set to June for the American edition (DelRey) and August
for the UK edition (HarperCollins).
Regina's Song promises
to be an attempt to break new territory for David & Leigh
Eddings whose previous novels have all been fantasies. David
Eddings has written two non-fantasies but this is the first
non-fantasy written in companionship with his wife Leigh.
Except from an interview
with David & Leigh:
What's next for the Eddingses?
We are currently spending quite a bit of time with Joan the
I'm almost afraid to ask who that is.
Joan the Ripper (a descendant of Jack the Ripper) appears
in Regnia's Song, our next book. It is not a fantasy but rather
a contemporary thriller set in Seattle. Since we habitually
take on the impossible, we thought that a sympathetic serial
killer might be sort of a switch.
the cover blurb: ...Twins
Regina and Renata are so identical that even their mother
can’t tell them apart. Eerily attuned to one another,
they often speak together in a secret language no one else
can understand. Then tragedy strikes when one of the twins
is viciously murdered. The remaining twin is so traumatized,
she reverts to the cryptic language she once shared with her
sister. What’s more, since identical twins share identical
DNA, there is no way to tell which girl was the victim. The
parents believe the surviving twin is Renata and have no choice
but to commit her to an institution. There she lives, incomprehensible
to the rest of the world. Until the day Mark, a family friend,
comes to visit and the young girl utters her first intelligible
sounds promising. A psychological thriller by Eddings.Only
four more months to go...
already preorder this book at Amazon.com and we also have
a topic on it in the
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of Aug 2003: Welcome back! We just got the site up and
running, the news are dated, we will get back with more
info the new book: The Dreamers, very soon.
Do you know
of ANY possible way to contact David or Leigh Eddings?
was quoted from the alt.fan.eddings FAQ).
If you want to contact him, you need to write a genuine, pen-and-paper letter,
and send it care of his publisher, Del Rey Books. Address it as follows:
c/o Del Rey Books
201 E. 50th St.
New York, NY 10022
I recommend using
the two-envelope method: Write your letter, seal it into a stamped envelope with
"David Eddings" written on the front, BUT NO ADDRESS.
Then insert that into another envelope and mail it off to Del Rey Books. They'll
forward it. If you want a reply, you'll be a lot more likely to get one if you
include a self-
addressed, stamped envelope.