Jack Whyte Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Jack Whyte

List of Books Jack Whyte with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, Jack Whyte. Find my selection in date order of Jack Whyte books.

Jack Whyte List of Books to Read

Camulod Chronicles Books

The Skystone            (1992)           

The Singing Sword  (1993)           

The Eagles’ Brood   (1994)           

The Saxon Shore     (1995)           

The Fort at River’s Bend: The Sorcerer, Book 1           (1998)           

Metamorphosis: The Sorcerer, Book 2  (1997)           

Uther (2000)           

The Lance Thrower (2003)           

The Eagle      (2005)           

Camulod Chronicles Books

Uther is set at the same time as The Eagles’ Brood.

Templar Trilogy Books

The Knights of the Black and White       (2006)           

Standard of Honor  (2007)           

Order in Chaos         (2009)           

Guardians Trilogy Books

The Forest Laird      (2010)           

Robert the Bruce    (2012)           

Uprising         (2014)           

Legends Of Camelot Books

Excalibur: Arthur the Hero, Book 1         (2013)           

The Boy King: Arthur the Hero, Book 2  (2013)           

The Sorcerer: Arthur the Hero, Book 3  (2013)           

Lancelot: Arthur the King, Book 1           (2013)           

The Last Stand: Arthur the King, Book 2           (2013)           

Merlyn: Arthur the Son, Book 1  (2014)           

Pendragon: Arthur the Song, Book 2     (2014)           

War of the Celts: Arthur the Legend, Book 1   (2014)           

The Round Table: Arthur the Legend, Book 2  (2014)           

Standalone Novels

Resistance    (2014)           

Non-Fiction Books

Forty Years in Canada: A Memoir           (2006)           

List of books by Jack Whyte

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Jack Whyte.

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