|New Ender series book, November 2008: Ender in Exile.This is a direct sequel to Ender's Game (or to be technical it takes place between chapters 14 and 15 in Ender's Game). See all the books from the Ender's Game series and the story order for those books.|
Sarah, Orson Scott Card, 2000. (hardcover - paperback)
Read the first two chapters online now.
Read an interview of OSC on Sarah | Review
Saints, ©1984, paperback, 2001. Excellent, historical fiction.
Songmaster, ©1978, Reissue Edition Mass Market
Paperback 1993. Excellent, fantasy genre.
Wyrms, ©1987, Reissue Edition Mass Market Paperback, 1995.
Lovelock (The Mayflower Trilogy, Book 1) by Orson Scott Card and Kathryn H. Kidd, Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback, 1995.
Seventh Son (Alvin Maker 1), ©1987, Reprint Edition Mass Market
Paperback, 1993. Hugo Finalist, Locus Award (best fantasy novel).
|Crystal City by Orson Scott Card, 2003, book six in the Alvin Maker series. "Alvin's efforts to protect his friends by keeping them healthy will create more danger than he could ever have suspected. And in saving the poor people of the city, Alvin will be put to the greatest test of his life---a test that will draw on all his power. For the time has come for him to turn to his old friend Tenskwa-Tawa, the Red Prophet who controls the lands to the west of the Mizzippy. Now Alvin must take the first steps on the road to the Crystal City that was shown to him in a vision so long ago."|
Magic Mirror by Orson Scott Card and illustrated by Nathan Andrew Pinnock, 1999. One illustrated short story - not a collection of short stories (32 pages total).
The Changed Man, (Volume 1) Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback, 1992. Includes "Lost Boys" short story he wrote prior to the novel.
Flux: Tales of Human Futures, (volume 2) Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback, 1992. Includes "The Organist" set in Asimov's Foundation universe.
Cruel Miracles, (Volume 3) Mass Market Paperback, 1992. Includes the Hugo Award winning "Eye For Eye."
Monkey Sonatas, (Volume 4), 1992. Delayed shipping.
The Worthing Saga, Reissue Edition Mass Market Paperback, 1994. The stories are related to each other to create the "Worthing Saga." Incorporates the Worthing Chronicle ©1983, most of Capital ©1978 and several previously unpublished stories.
Folk of the Fringe, Hardcover, 1989. "West" ©1987, "Salvage" ©1986, "The Fringe" ©1985, "Pagent Wagon" (appearing in print for the first time), "America" ©1987, "On Sycamore Hill" ©1985, "Afterword: The Folk on the Fringe" ©1988. Read Excerpts from the book courtesy of Orson Scott Card.