Author Stories Podcast Episode 895 | Soman Chainani Interview
Today’s author interview guest is Soman Chainani, author of The School for Good and Evil #6: One True King.
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Soon to be a major motion picture from Netflix!
In this sixth and final installment in Soman Chainani’s New York Times bestselling epic fantasy fairy tale series, the School for Good and Evil, Camelot’s crown—and the fate of the Endless Woods—are up for grabs.
Beyond Good and Evil. Beyond Ever Afters. The tale of Sophie and Agatha comes to a dramatic conclusion. Prepare yourself for the End of Ends.
The first test was passed.
Excalibur pulled from the stone.
A new king named.
But two claim the crown.
The sword returns to the stone,
for only one is the true king.
The future I have seen has many possibilities…
So by my will, none shall be crowned until the Tournament is complete.
The Tournament of Kings.
Three answers to find.
A race to the finish.
My last coronation test.
Excalibur will crown the winner and take the loser’s head.
The first test is coming. Prepare . . .
Soman Chainani’s debut series, THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL, has sold more than 2 million copies, been translated into 29 languages across six continents, and will soon be a major motion picture.
Each of the five books in the series — THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL, A WORLD WITHOUT PRINCES, THE LAST EVER AFTER, QUESTS FOR GLORY, and A CRYSTAL OF TIME — have debuted on the New York Times Bestseller list. Together the books have been on the print and extended lists for more than 35 weeks.
The sixth and final book in the series will be released in 2020.
A graduate of Harvard University and Columbia University’s MFA Film Program, Soman began his career as a screenwriter and director, with his films playing at over 150 film festivals around the world. He has been nominated for the Waterstone Prize for Children’s Literature, been named to the Out100, and also received the $100,000 Shasha Grant and the Sun Valley Writer’s Fellowship, both for debut writers.
Soman lives in New York City.