Bernhard Hennen

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Bernhard Hennen
Bernhard Hennen 1.jpg
Born1966 (age 52–53)[1]
Krefeld, Germany[1]
OccupationNovelist
GenreFantasy
Website
www.bernhard-hennen.de

Bernhard Hennen (born 1966 in Krefeld[1]) is a German writer of fantasy literature.[1]

He is best known internationally for his series Die Elfen ("The Elves", since 2004), which has been translated into a number of European languages.

Career[edit]

He graduated from the University of Cologne. He worked as a journalist for various newspapers and radio stations.

He began his writing career with Das Jahr des Greifen which he co-authored with Wolfgang Hohlbein in 1994. He followed up with four historical novels published 1996–1999 before returning to the fantasy genre in the 2000s.

He also wrote for the role-playing game The Dark Eye.

Personal life[edit]

He is married and lives in Krefeld.

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1996 - Der Tempelmord
  • 1996 - Der Flötenspieler
  • 1998 - Die Husarin
  • 1999 - Die Könige der ersten Nacht
  • 2001 - Nebenan
  • 2001 – Das Jahr des Greifen, together with Wolfgang Hohlbein (a The Dark Eye-novel)
  • 2002 - Der Wahrträumer. Gezeitenwelt 1
  • 2003 – Im Schatten des Raben (a The Dark Eye-novel)
  • 2004 - Das Geheimnis der Gezeitenwelt - Die Saga von der Wiedergeburt der Magie
  • 2005 - Alica und die Dunkle Königin
  • 2007 – Rabensturm (a The Dark Eye-novel)
Die Elfen

Bernhard Hennens Die Elfen series was translated into Dutch (De Elfen), Italian (Gli Elfi), French (Les Elfes), Czech (Elfové), Spanish (Los Elfos), Portuguese (Os Elfos) Russian (Эльфы), Ukrainian (Ельфи) and English (The Elven).

  • 2004 - Die Elfen
  • 2005 - Elfenwinter
  • 2006 - Elfenlicht
  • 2009 - Elfenlied
  • 2009 - Elfenkönigin
  • 2010 - Elfenwelten
  • 2017 - Elfenmacht

Drachenelfen

  • 2011 - Drachenelfen
  • 2012 - Drachenelfen - Die Windgängerin
  • 2013 - Drachenelfen - Die gefesselte Göttin
  • 2015 - Drachenelfen - Die letzten Eiskrieger
  • 2016 - Drachenelfen - Himmel in Flammen

Elfenritter

  • 2007 - Elfenritter - Die Ordensburg
  • 2008 - Elfenritter - Die Albenmark
  • 2008 - Elfenritter - Das Fjordland

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