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Dark Haven and the Dragon Age

11/01/2008. Contributed by Jessica Martin

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British science fiction publisher Solaris has just bought two new fantasy novels.

Books three and four have been purchased in Gail Z. Martin’s Chronicles of the Necromancer series. The Blood King is hitting shelves in February 2008. The sequels, the first of which is called Dark Haven, will develop a new story arc in the Winter Kingdoms that will delight her ever-growing fanbase.

Solaris has also bought a third book in James Maxey’s Dragon Age series, which continues the dragon-based fantasy that was established in Bitterwood and will continue in Dragonforge, published in March 2008.

Commissioning Editor Christian Dunn told, “Both these authors played a huge part in the great success of Solaris’s debut year. Gail has developed a legion of fans of high fantasy, and James has shown popularity with his reinvention of dragon novels. I’m very happy to be publishing more of their fine work.”

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