David Eddings bibliography

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David Eddings

bibliography

Novels↙ 26

Background material↙ 1

References and footnotes

 

Bibliography

Eddings' wife, Leigh Eddings, was uncredited as co-author on several of his early books, but he later acknowledged that she contributed to them all. ("She thought up 'Regina's Song' in that single afternoon, but it took me 20 years to figure out who the point-of-view character was.")

 

She was a credited co-author starting in the mid-1990s. It was Lester del Rey who believed that multi-authorships were a problem and that it would be better if David Eddings' name alone appeared on the books.[2]

 

The Belgariad and The Malloreon

Main articles: The Belgariad and The Malloreon

The Belgariad is Eddings' first fantasy series; The Malloreon is the sequel. The books follow the adventures of Belgarion, Polgara, Belgarath, their companions, and learning the Will and the Word.

 

The Belgariad series

Pawn of Prophecy (1982)

Queen of Sorcery (1982)

Magician's Gambit (1983)

Castle of Wizardry (1984)

Enchanters' End Game (1984)

The Malloreon series

Guardians of the West (1987)

King of the Murgos (1988)

Demon Lord of Karanda (1988)

Sorceress of Darshiva (1989)

The Seeress of Kell (1991)

Books related to The Belgariad and The Malloreon

Belgarath the Sorcerer (1995) with Leigh Eddings

Polgara the Sorceress (1997) with Leigh Eddings

The Rivan Codex (1998) with Leigh Eddings

The Elenium and The Tamuli

Main articles: The Elenium and The Tamuli

The Elenium and its sequel The Tamuli feature the Pandion Knight Sparhawk and his comrades.

 

The Elenium series

The Diamond Throne (1989)

The Ruby Knight (1990)

The Sapphire Rose (1991)

The Tamuli series

Domes of Fire (1992)

The Shining Ones (1993)

The Hidden City (1994)

The Dreamers series

Main article: The Dreamers (novel series)

The Dreamers series (written with Leigh Eddings) tells the story of a war between the Elder Gods and their allies and an entity known as the Vlagh.

 

The Elder Gods (2003)

The Treasured One (2004)

Crystal Gorge (2005)

The Younger Gods (2006)

Standalone fantasy novels

The Redemption of Althalus (2000) with Leigh Eddings, is a standalone novel about a thief who mends his ways.

Non-fantasy

High Hunt (1973) a story revolving around a hunting expedition that spirals out of control.

The Losers (1992) a story about a man struggling to rebuild his life after an accident.

Regina's Song (2002) with Leigh Eddings a thriller about a woman after the murder of her twin sister.

 

References

"David Eddings bibliography". fantasticfiction.com.

"David Eddings biography". fantasybookreview.co.uk. Retrieved 19 August 2015.