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Peter V Brett


USA flag (b.1973)

Raised on a steady diet of fantasy novels, comic books, and Dungeons & Dragons, Peter V. Brett ("Peat" to his friends) has been writing fantasy stories for as long as he can remember. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Art History from the University at Buffalo in 1995, and then squandered over a decade in pharmaceutical publishing before returning to his bliss. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Danielle and two cats, Jinx and Max Powers. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and daughter. He also enjoys comics and role playing

Genres: Fantasy
 
Series
Demon Cycle
   1. The Painted Man (2008)
     aka The Warded Man
   1.5. Brayan's Gold (2011)
   1.75. Barren (2018)
   2. The Desert Spear (2010)
   3. The Daylight War (2013)
   3.5. Messenger's Legacy (2014)
   4. The Skull Throne (2015)
   5. The Core (2017)
   The Great Bazaar (2010)
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Graphic Novels
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Control Point (2012)
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"Black Hawk Down meets The X-Men... military fantasy like you've never seen it before."
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Prince of Fools (2014)
(Red Queen's War, book 1)
Mark Lawrence
"Mark Lawrence is the best thing to happen to fantasy in recent years."
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The Rage of Dragons (2017)
(Burning , book 1)
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"People ask the last book I couldn't put down, and I tell them The Rage of Dragons. The tension rises with every page until you fear it will break you in two."
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Foundryside (2018)
(Founders , book 1)
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"In Foundryside, scriving magic is the cheat code to reality, and Bennett is a master gamer. A refreshing look at magic - featuring a heroine every reader will root for - from one of the smartest writers I know."
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Seven Blades in Black (2019)
(Grave of Empires, book 1)
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"'Exciting and inventive. I never realized how much I needed wizard-hunting gunslingers in my life. Buy Sam's book."
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Race the Sands (2020)
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"Sarah Beth Durst is one of the most prolific authors I know, yet each of her beautiful stories is infused with exciting action and fully rounded characters whose struggles are both relatable and fantastical. Race the Sands is a fast-paced adventure that will have you falling in love with its heroines and the monsters they ride."
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Stealing Thunder (2020)
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"STEALING THUNDER was immersive from the very first page. Razia is everything you want in a protagonist."

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