David Eddings spent much of his life in the United State Army, as a buyer for the Boeing Company, has been a grocery clerk, and has taught college English. His first novel, High Hunt (published in 1973), was a contemporary adventure story. Soon the field of fantasy called and thus began a remarkable publishing career. His first two series, The Belgariad and The Malloreon established him and his wife, Leigh, as one of the best selling fantasy novelists in recent memory.
The final volume in the glorious fantasy series The Dreamers, a magical, action-packed adventure.Similar this month: Alan Campbell.Comparison: Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind, Raymond E Feist.
The third book in the Dreamers series by David and Leigh Eddings is fantasy on an epic scale. Full of magic, action and intrigue, it’s ideal reading for when you want to escape into another world for a while.Similar this month: None.Comparison: Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind, Raymond E Feist.
Mixing great characters, swords and sorcery, magic and humour, this follows the sibling Gods in the story of the first God Dahlaine and his child Yaltar.Comparison: Raymond E Feist, Terry Goodkind, Robert Jordan.Similar this month: Tanith Lee, Andy Secombe (for comic fantasy).