Pullman announced a fantasy series following up his massively successful His Dark Materials trilogy, the first of which will be published on October 19th 2017.
Philip Pullman has delighted fans by announcing that a long-awaited follow-up trilogy of novels to best-selling series His Dark Materials, to be titled 'The Book of Dust', will be published in October this year.
The first volume of The Book of Dust, whose title has not yet been confirmed, will be published on October 19th, by Penguin Random House Children’s and David Fickling Books in the UK. It will arrive 17 years after the publication of The Amber Spyglass, the last of Pullman’s His Dark Materials series which is currently being adapted into a BBC special series in its entirety.
Philip Pullman announced a follow-up trilogy to His Dark Materials books, called 'The Book of Dust'
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The fantasy series first hit in 1995 and has sold nearly 17.5 million copies worldwide.
Phillip Pullman’s best-selling His Dark Materials trilogy is set to be made into a BBC One drama. The series, which consists of three novels, Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass has already found success with adaptations for stage, radio and cinema, but this is the first time they will hit the small screen.
A series based on the His Dark Materials trilogy is coming to BBC.
The author has already expressed his happiness that the series has been picked up by the Beeb telling BBC News: "It's been a constant source of pleasure to me to see this story adapted to different forms."
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