you should write a book explaining the history of every thing in the NA Trilogy
this book would be the history book of this story just as the
Silmarillion is to the Lord of the Rings
just a detailed explaination of the world ie. a few maps
the different religious sects, as well as how these magics and organizations were brought about among other things
also you really should make an anime version people would love it it would be a hit
of course for an… Continue
Added by Hyun Jin 'Seth' O on July 30, 2009 at 9:35pm —
I wasn’t looking to read this book yet but last night I got a little sick and started to read just to pass the time. Needless to say I read this 343 page book in two hours. I am not going to say this was not a challenging read but I will say that it being in first person helped me breeze through this story. I will say this before I give my very important review…this is not a stand alone book which pissed me off as I neared the end because I hate… Continue
Added by Heather on July 26, 2009 at 8:00am —
It was a treacherous 13 days that followed me... I felt it was Nobunaga himself chasing me, like a hound from hell. My "demise" is why I'm called the "Thirteen-day Shogun", and also why 13 is an unlucky number. It's not the "Devil's" number. It's the Demon King's. Didn't know it came from Japan, did you? I'm assuming not.
I apologize for my lack of elegance in my speech. It's the adaptation to this new world, this new country, this new time. There are no more thrones in this… Continue
Added by Tom Rotondo on July 25, 2009 at 9:00am —
It all began back in the late 1500s near the temple 'Honno-Ji', in Kyoto. I remained under the identity of Akechi Mitsuhide, one of Oda Nobunaga's famed generals. I was soon to be known as "traitor" of Oda Nobunaga, due to his crimes against the people. That's a whole seperate story, as it would take a whole book to write about Oda Nobunaga's destructive history, even actions that he did which weren't annaled in history. He attempted to throw the beautiful land of Japan into Chaos. I had to be… Continue
Added by Tom Rotondo on July 25, 2009 at 8:46am —
PART 1: The Beginning of the End
I've lived 427 years...
Technically, 426, but who's counting?
Actually, I was born again in 1992, but I was actually alive in 1582, in a whole different country. Japan, to be exact. Now I know what you're thinking: "Is this some other wanna-be ninja-samurai nerd? Some Anime freak?" No, actually, I've never been a big fan of T.V. You're probably also thinking "If you're Japanese, why do you speak English?" Well, I had a few hundred… Continue
Added by Tom Rotondo on July 25, 2009 at 8:42am —
Just managed to get copies of the hardback book from the colonies! Woohoo
Added by Stuart March on July 21, 2009 at 4:02pm —
Well, this is a bit odd. I've been away for a while that I've forgotten how to use this website.
Anyways, this isn't a blog (even though I posted it in the blog area), it's more like, sharing a drawing in progress with you guys. Any opinions, comments, negative or positive is welcomed. I need it in order to get better at drawing and all of that stuff.
Thank you Brent Weeks, for letting me use Kylar and draw him the way I've… Continue
Added by Noctis on July 20, 2009 at 11:30am —
Okay, I have been really selfish. I am at a point where I can admit that. I have had an ARC of Joe Abercrombie’s new book Best Served Cold for almost two months now and have not posted my review. I can be honest here…I freaked out for two weeks just touching it---I kid you not! Geeked out to the max because I held in my fat little hands the next great book from one of the great NEW fantasy writers! I realized today I needed to share my thoughts and tell you I am sorry. I should have posted this… Continue
Added by Heather on July 19, 2009 at 6:58pm —
So I have teamed up with Fipe Naz-Mero (web page here
0 and making new comics. I have read over his ideas and loved them, played around with them in PhotoShop, and already think everyone will like them also.
Anywho. I may not be able to get them up as fast as I wish since I have been busy. My boss has given me more hours since we fired someone, school is about to start so I have to get all those things out of the… Continue
Added by BishiBower on July 18, 2009 at 7:35am —
Mr Brent Weeks
Hi my name is Patricio Mena im from Chile, and i was wondering if you are planing on releasing the books, i mean the night angel trilogy in spanish, i want to read these books, and im not so good on reading inglish.
thank mr brent i hope they come in spanish these books real soon
Added by Patricio Mena on July 13, 2009 at 7:08pm —
The Land that is now named Pariah, wasn't always the populated land that it is now. Many hundreds of years ago it was an isolated body of land, inhabited only by creatures; Dragons, Werebeast, Darklings, and many monstrous magical creatures. The land was a malignant place, to dangerous for any form of civilization to exist. And for that reason alone, it was used to exile many of Terra Firma's mischief's.
Terra Firma is a large mainland consisting of many inhabited Lands, full of… Continue
Added by Zepwolfx on July 9, 2009 at 11:53pm —
Here is the other story I'm working on. Please, read, enjoy and comment.
The Prophecy Beyond the Walls
The night came with ease, but not silent. Sounds of war still roamed the walls of the city filling the dawn of the day as a grimed one. No one new what had been the outcome of today's fight. Only that a lot of blood and lives were lost in the name of someone that might never remember any of those who died or this bloody… Continue
Added by Fipe Naz-Mero, JK on July 8, 2009 at 10:31am —
i made it to the point where i got sucked back into the story and finally finished the series the end thing where everyone sang was kinda lame though... but oh well very awesome book(s) i loved durzo and his wit makes me wanna be more like that even thinking about chewing on garlic lol furthermore blah de blah now that i get alot of things i didn't efore i need to go back and read the first 2 books again in the first book i though sa'kage was a person for most of the begining this book has… Continue
Added by Kenneth Thomas on July 2, 2009 at 10:32pm —