Bioware And Tor Books Announce Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne

Tor Books, the largest publisher of science fiction in the world, and BioWare, a division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS), are proud to announce the publication of DRAGON AGE: THE STOLEN THRONE (A Tor Trade Paperback; $14.95; March 3, 2009), the thrilling prequel to Dragon Age: Origins, the highly anticipated dark, heroic fantasy video game. This gripping novel will introduce the reader to a brand new fantasy universe created by BioWare, the award-winning developer of computer, console, handheld and online video games. Veteran video game developer and writer, David Gaider, brings a fresh and talented voice to the novel based on the hit video game that is set for release in 2009.

Fans of BioWare can preview DRAGON AGE: THE STOLEN THRONE by visiting the official Dragon Age website at:, where they can read the entire first chapter and find additional information about the new novel and the forthcoming Dragon Age: Origins video game.

When the beloved rebel queen is murdered, her son Maric sets out on a mission of vengeance against the faithless lords who were responsible for his mother's untimely death. The nation of Ferelden that once prospered under his family's reign now suffers under the cruel hands of the invading Orlesians. His countrymen now live in fear and no one is to be trusted.

Maric soon becomes the leader of a rebel army hell-bent on retaking Ferelden from the control of a foreign tyrant. With only two true allies by his side, the brash outlaw Loghain and the beautiful warrior maiden Rowan, Maric and his trusted band must outwit spies and traitors as they try to reclaim the stolen throne.

The team at BioWare has passionately created a fantasy world like no other-filled with compelling characters, rich landscapes, and hidden terrors. DRAGON AGE: THE STOLEN THRONE is a sweeping epic that will enrapture readers and gamers everywhere.

About the Author

DAVID GAIDER lives in Edmonton, Alberta, and is a Senior Writer at BioWare's Edmonton studio, where he has worked since 1999. He is currently the Lead Writer on Dragon Age: Origins, responsible for story and setting design, and prior to that worked on such titles as Baldur's Gate 2, Baldur's Gate 2: Throne of Bhaal, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Neverwinter Nights and its expansions.

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