He is the international bestselling fantasy and science fiction author of the  'Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn' trilogy (one of the most rated fantasy sets to date), the ‘Otherland' series,  ’Shadowmarch' series as well as the standalone novels 'Tailchaser's Song', 'The War of the Flowers', 'Caliban's Hour', and 'Child of an Ancient City'. Most recently, Williams published the 'Bobby Dollar' series. His short fiction and essays have been published in anthologies and collected in 'Rite: Short Work' and 'A Stark and Wormy Knight'. Cumulatively, over 17 million copies of Williams' works have been sold.

We loved 'Memory, Sorrow and Thorn' and the Bobby Dollar' series but could not get into ’ Otherland’ . We haven’t tried ‘Shadowmarch' yet.

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William’s would return with a new trilogy set in 'Osten Ard' the world of ‘Memory, Sorrow and Thorn’, which has been greeted with much delight by many. A bridging Novella which tells of events post ‘To Green Angel Tower’ has been released - here’s the Orbit first edition.


Now, twenty-four years after the conclusion of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, Tad returns to his beloved universe and characters with The Witchwood Crown, the first novel in the long-awaited sequel trilogy, The Last King of Osten Ard.


Thirty years have passed since the events of the earlier novels, and the world has reached a critical turning point once again. The realm is threatened by divisive forces, even as old allies are lost, and others are lured down darker paths. Perhaps most terrifying of all, the Norns—the long-vanquished elvish foe—are stirring once again, preparing to reclaim the mortal-ruled lands that once were theirs….

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Subterranean Press is proud to present this clever little tale, featuring more than a dozen sepia toned illustrations by William Eakin.

Limited: 750 signed numbered trade paperbacks

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First edition hardcover  - Signed

Brothers of the Wind


Pride often goes before a fall, but sometimes that prideful fall is so catastrophic that it changes history itself.


Among the immortal Sithi of Osten Ard, none are more beloved and admired than the two sons of the ruling family, steady Hakatri and his proud and fiery younger brother Ineluki -- Ineluki, who will one day become the undead Storm King. The younger brother makes a bold, terrible oath that he will destroy deadly Hidohebhi, a terrifying monster, but instead drags his brother with him into a disaster that threatens not just their family but all the Sithi -- and perhaps all of humankind as well.


Set a thousand years before the events of Williams's The Dragonbone Chair, the tale of Ineluki's tragic boast and what it brings is told by Pamon Kes, Hakatri's faithful servant. Kes is not one of the Sithi but a member of the enslaved Changeling race, and his loyalty has never before been tested. Now he must face the terrible black dragon at his master's side, then see his own life changed forever in a mere instant by Ineluki's rash, selfish promise.