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To say that Tad Williams is one of the absolute best is not to exaggeratebut merely to state a fact. His works are literature on a very high level.He did definitely not start out as an author, actually he has held morejobs than most people, worked in theater and tv productions, hosted radioshows, taught college classes, designed military manuals, sung ina band, worked in multimedia for Apple, selling shoes, and so on... Heended up as a writer, and who complains? With his Memory, Sorrow and Thorntrilogy he has taken the fantasy world with storm, also his Otherland seriesseems to become an internationally success. Tad Williams was born in 1957near San Jose and is currently living in London and the San Francisco BayArea with his wife.

Bibliography
 
Mirrorworld
Mirrorworld  
Mirrorworld:Rain  
Tad Williams' Mirrorworld  
 
Co-authored by Nina K. Hoffman
Child of an Ancient City  
 
Shadowmarch(1 reviews)
Shadowplay(1 reviews)  
Shadowmarch(2 reviews)  
Shadowrise  
Shadowheart  
 
Otherland(5 reviews)
Sea of Silver Light(1 reviews)  
City of Golden Shadow(11 reviews)  
River of Blue Fire(5 reviews)  
Mountain of Black Glass(4 reviews)  
 
Memory, Sorrow and Thorn(25 reviews)
To Green Angel Tower  
Dragonbone Chair, The(9 reviews)  
Stone of Farewell(1 reviews)  
 
Other
Monsieur Vergalant's Canard  
Caliban's Hour  
 
War of the Flowers, The(3 reviews)  
Tailchaser's Song(11 reviews)  
The Dirty Streets of Heaven  

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Official sffworld.com reviews

The Dirty Streets of Heaven

Rob strolls along with Bobby Dollar down these dirty streets.

The Dirty Streets of Heaven

Mark reviews Tad Williams first Urban Fantasy novel, and likes what he reads.

Shadowheart

Williams brings his latest Epic to a grand conclusion.

Shadowrise

Tad Williams continues his atmospheric and mythic Shadowmarch saga with the third volume.

Shadowplay

Rob catches up with Tad Williams epic saga of conflicting civilizations and royal intrigue amidst the seeming return of fae creatures.

Dragonbone Chair, The

Bridie tries a classic: Tad Williams' Dragonbone Chair. Does it still hold up as a good read 20 years on?
 
Interviews

Interview with Tad Williams

Mark and Rob interviewed one of the giants of Imaginative Literature about Shadowmarch and collaborating with his wife among other things

Interview with Tad Williams

Patrick has talked to Tad Williams.

Tad Williams Interview


Interview with Tad Williams

Patrick has talked to Tad Williams about his books and inspirations.

Tad Williams Interview


Tad Williams Interview


Tad Williams Interview


Tad Williams Interview