Brent Weeks
Brent Weeks is an American author of fantasy novels. He got his degree in English from Hillsdale College in Michigan. Before becoming an author, he worked as a teacher and a bartender. He writes the Night Angel Trilogy and the Lightbringer series. Brent and his wife, Kristi, live in Oregon.

Brent Weeks became a published author in 2008 with the novel The Way of Shadows, which is also planned to be adapted into a graphic novel. He followed his debut novel up with two more novels in the Night Angel series that same year with Shadow’s Edge and Beyond the Shadows. Below is a list of Brent Weeks’ books in order of when they were first published:

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Publication Order of Lightbringer Books

The Black Prism (2010)Description / Buy at
The Blinding Knife (2012)Description / Buy at
The Broken Eye (2014)Description / Buy at
The Blood Mirror (2015)Description / Buy at
The Burning White (2019)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Night Angel Books

The Way of Shadows (2008)Description / Buy at
Shadow's Edge (2008)Description / Buy at
Beyond the Shadows (2008)Description / Buy at
Perfect Shadow (2011)Description / Buy at
Night Angel Nemesis (2023)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Gunner's Apprentice (2014)Description / Buy at

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Brent Weeks Synopsis: Perfect Shadow is an under 17,000 word novella by Brent Weeks, as a follow-up to his Night Angel Trilogy series. Gaelan Starfire is a farmer, husband, father and an immortal. He’s been hiding under several different faces, but deep-down he doesn’t wish to hide. He’s used several names like Acaelus Thorne, Yric the Black, Hrothan Steelbender, Tal Drakkan and Rebus Nimble. Now he must take a job hunting some of the greatest assassins for the beautiful courtesan/crimelord Gwinvere Kirena, but what he finds may change everything he knows.

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One Response to “Order of Brent Weeks Books”

  1. Rosetwist: 9 years ago

    One may only hope that Weeks, a gifted story teller and slick thief of ideas from other authors and media, including video games, will eventually outgrow the juvenile female issues that poison his efforts. The continual preaching of long outdated misogyny will otherwise forever leave Weeks in a class by himself; a significantly lower class.


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