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Now in Hardback
Classic SF in new hardback edition with additional never-seen-before archive material
Dream Thief is a work of science fiction on the grand scale of Dune and Asimov's Foundation series. Dream Thief has it all: fast-paced adventure, alien settings, wonderful character development, cliff-hanging suspense, epic plot, and compelling spiritual underpinnings.
Empyrion I & II
Now in hardback for the first time
A completely new design of an SF classic series
Ideal for collectors, libraries, and readers who want the full Empyrion experience with additional, never-before-seen material from Stephen's own archive, including: original first draft chapters, drawings, maps, author interviews, and more.
In The Land of the Everliving
Conor and his sword companions must leave the safety of the faéry kingdom for the barbarian Scálda threaten to overrun Eirlandia.
As he fights for his people’s survival, Conor discovers that several of the clan leaders have betrayed their nation by aiding the Scálda. The corruption is such that Conor and his men choose to become outcasts, clan-less and open to attack by friend and foe alike.
They form their own warband...and the beginning of a legend as Conor unites the common people of Eirlandia to drive the poison from their land.
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The Coffee Mob
Stephen loves to travel--probably as an excuse to meet his many readers. In 2010 he hit on the idea of announcing to his followers on Facebook the name of a local coffee house that he would be visiting and openly inviting them to attend for an informal chat and questions and answers. Thus, the Coffee Mob was born.
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Stephen Lawhead has created all his life. Born in Kearney, Nebraska in 1950, he entertained his younger brother and sisters with amazing tales and sleight-of-hand magic tricks. Later he learned to play electric guitar and played in not-bad bands through university and beyond. He studied art—primarily painting READ MORE>
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