Tad Williams: which book to start with?
Where it all began: The Dragonbone Chair (Book One in the Memory, Sorrow and Thorn series) The inspiration of George RR Martin’s later, multi-character, relationship-based epic fantasy is the starting place for many, maybe the majority of Tad fans. As at the beginning of any journey, there’s a bit of familiarisation before we can […]Read More
COVER REVEAL: The Witchwood Crown by Tad Williams
We reissued Tad Williams’ backlist, we gave you the amazing The Heart of What Was Lost, but here at Hodderscape we love to keep on giving. So without further introduction here is the UK cover for The Witchwood Crown. Thirty years ago Ineluki, the Storm King, was destroyed and his armies scattered. Osten Ard has […]Read More
Cover reveal: the Otherland and Shadowmarch series by Tad Williams
The genre-defining Tad Williams has written two of the most beloved series in fantasy and in sci-fi – not many can state that claim and certainly not many can claim it with the endorsement of genre giants like George R. R. Martin, Christopher Paolini and Patrick Rothfuss. We’ve loved Tad for years – decades if […]Read More
Hodderscape Advent: win a signed copy of Tailchaser’s Song!
Ever thought Lord of the Rings could do with a few more cats? If you’re anything like us you think that everything could do with a few more cats. Well, in 1985 the great Tad Williams published is debut novel Tailchaser’s Song… a fantasy novel, starring cats! Tailchaser’s Song is an epic of high fantasy and grand adventure, where […]Read More
Win a signed copy of Tailchaiser’s Song by Tad Williams!
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The best cats in science fiction and fantasy
Ser Pounce from A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin Ser Pounce is one of the three kittens given to the young King Tommen in A Feast for Crows. He is the most docile of the bunch, and the most like Tommen in personality. Tommen’s bond with this sweet little ball of […]Read More