Silvery Earth chronology


I’m linking to the Smashwords page of the books as they have all e-book formats + the print version link if available. The number(s) is the year of Silvery Earth (counting from the arrival of the Immortals on the Magical Races’ calendar)

On Smashwords there’s also a “series page“, but for the actual chronology, you better check this. All books are supposed to be independent, but if read in the correct order, they show the history of Silvery Earth and its inhabitants.

Where do I start reading?

If you want more exotic, India/Persia inspired stories:

More Tales of the Southern Kingdoms

Tales of the Southern Kingdoms volume 1

Books of the Immortals – Air

Tales of the Southern Kingdoms volume 2

If you want Sword&Sorcery or medieval fantasy:

Chronicles of the Varian Empire – The Spell, The Left-handed Warrior, The Enlightened Emperor, Records of the Varian Empire, The Warrior Woman

Books of the Immortals – Water and Ether

If you fancy men-haters Amazons (not all of them):

The Death of Queen Amazonia

Books of the Immortals – Water

Jessamine

Amazon Sisters

Uncommon Amazons

collections Amazon Spring, Amazon Summer,

If you’re looking for more exotic places, inspired by Africa or China/Japan:

Books of the Immortals – Air and Fire

If you like to read about male lovers:

The Death of Queen Amazonia

Amrendra

Kilig the Sword

Allan de Sayek

collection Male Lovers of Silvery Earth (includes novellas and short stories)

If you want adventure fantasy without magic (or very few left, since the world evolved and the Magical Races are gone:

Books of the Immortals – Earth

If you want short bits and tastes:

The Dancer, The Orphans, Arquon, Starblazer

If you want longer bits and tastes:

The Death of Queen Amazonia

The Hooded Man

Uncommon Amazons

Allan de Sayek

Conall’s Sons

Jessamine

The Warrior Woman

If you want the novels only:

Books of the Immortals – Air, Fire, Water, Ether, Earth

Chronicles of the Varian Empire – The Spell, The Left-Handed Warrior, The Enlightened Emperor

Amazon Sisters

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Books of the Immortals – Prequels contains short stories that go before each of the BoI. It’s a FREE read (1510-2059).

Male Lovers of Silvery Earth contains 3 novellas and 2 short stories spanning from the 1400s of The Death of Queen Amazonia to the 1700s of Allan de Sayek.

Amazon Spring (1400s-1700) contains The Death of Queen Amazonia, The Slave (also in TSK2), The Public Man and Doreen (also in BoI Prequels – revised)

Amazon Summer (1750-1800) contains Amazons’ Men, Uncommon Amazons, The Queen’s son and Keira (excerpts from BoI – Water)

Silvery Earth chronology:

The death of Queen Amazonia 1450

More Tales of the Southern Kingdoms (1400s) (includes The Hooded Man and Amrendra)

Tales of the Southern Kingdoms 1 (includes Arquon 2 tales… , The Orphans & Tarun)  1510-1534

Books of the Immortals – Air 1535-1536

Tales of the Southern Kingdoms 2 (includes The Dancer) 1536-1578

Starblazer 1645

Kilig the Sword 1660-1685( includes Saif&Kilig + Kilig&Hakeem which is composed by Saif’s Legacy + Kilig’s Heart + Hakeem’s Rival)

Books of the Immortals – Fire 1685 (1785)

Allan de Sayek 1720-1737

Chronicles of the Varian Empire – The Spell (1635) 1735-1746

Uncommon Amazons

Books of the Immortals – Water 1759-1761

Conall’s sons 1760-1762

Books of the Immortals – Ether 1795-1805

Jessamine 1839-1852

Chronicles of the Varian Empire – The Left-handed Warrior 1850-1862

Records of the Varian Empire (1865 -1915) (includes Sunray and Leonora)

Amazon Sisters 1870-1890

Chronicles of the Varian Empire – The Enlightened Emperor 1915-1917

The Warrior Woman 1924-1925

Amazons 1960s

S.K.Y.B.A.N.D. (graphic novel – available in PDF form or in print only) 1993-1994

Books of the Immortals – Earth (500years after Air) 2085-2086

Acronyms used on the blog:

BoI= Books of the Immortals

CVE= Chronicles of the Varian Empire

RVE= Records of the Varian Empire

TSK= Tales of the Southern Kingdoms

 

 

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