Durst, Sarah Beth

8 Articles

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates

The Spellshop

Durst’s (The Bone Maker) cottagecore romantasy takes place on an island of fantastical creatures and people, with romances among found family and friends and illicit spellcasting adding a dash of suspense to the mix. An excellent match for fans looking to take a break from epic fantasy for some feel-good humor and happiness.

The Bone Maker

With great pacing and character development, Durst’s action-packed adventure is sure to make new fans and satisfy her legions of current ones.

Race the Sands

Durst’s latest delivers the same sweeping prose and lush worldbuilding as her “Renthia” series, with strong female protagonists and lively supporting characters. This compelling fantasy will please fans and engage new readers.

The Deepest Blue

This intriguing dive into the powers that attempt to control Renthia yields an action-packed fantasy. [Prepub Alert, 10/1/18.]

The Queen of Sorrow

This engrossing conclusion to the "Queens of Renthia" trilogy has been worth the wait, providing a challenging but satisfying ending. [See Prepub Alert, 11/11/17.]

The Reluctant Queen

This sequel to The Queen of Blood introduces new protagonists while bringing back familiar characters. Durst's strongly woven story supported by solid worldbuilding will please epic fantasy readers.

The Queen of Blood

Durst, an award-winning YA author (Vessel) and three-time Andre Norton Award finalist, presents a thrilling beginning to a sweeping series about searching for sovereignty and truth in order to save one's land.

The Lost

Durst blends the real world with elements of fantasy and a tinge of horror to great effect in her first adult novel. She keeps the reader guessing and paces her twists perfectly.

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing