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  • n. Plural form of duology.


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  • I'm a sucker for series either duologies, trilogies or longer.

    Voice Of The Fans: Consistently Entertaining Series

  • Four novels have been published so far, two linked duologies (though - The Stratford Man is really one book split into two).

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  • I modeled the series on the Sherlock Holmes model; a series of book-length adventures loosely tied together, but complete in themselves, although some of them are duologies within the series, rather than a single long epic.

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  • I want more standalone novels, or at best, duologies.

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  • ASPECT-EMPEROR and the final sub-series were originally supposed to be duologies, but Scott changed his mind in the writing of THE JUDGING EYE and turned the ASPECT-EMPEROR series into a trilogy, although it sounds like the final series will remain a duology.

    Update on R. Scott Bakker's epic fantasy work

  • We could have stand-alones as well as short spin-off series duologies and/or trilogies.

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  • Sounds like The Tide Lords reads more like 2 duologies?

    Today in Fantasy: May 3, 2009

  • The Tide Lords books are in sequence, each book following immediately after the preceding one, so they are not strictly speaking two duologies; just that book two ends with a huge, huge, huge twist - even Ms. Fallon was unaware of it until her editor pushed it : - and from then on the series follows that way; do not want to say more to avoid spoilers, but you will see when you read

    Today in Fantasy: May 3, 2009

  • Peter F. Hamilton is best-known for his immense, brick-thick novels, themselves usually parts of trilogies or duologies of a truly epic and cosmic scale.

    A Second Chance at Eden by Peter F. Hamilton

  • However, Bear would like to write a large number of novels that are either stand-alones or duologies that take place during various time periods within this setting.

    Archive 2008-08-01


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