If you are a Legend of Zelda fan with a bookshelf, you probably already own Hyrule Historia and its follow-up, Art & Artifacts. You can now complete the triforce of Zelda literature with the third book in the series, The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia.
The Goddess Collection, the book series to which Hyrule Historia and Art & Artifacts belong to and is published by Dark Horse, is finalized by the Encyclopedia. While Hyrule Historia and Arts & Artifacts tell the story of Zelda’s art, story, and culture, Encyclopedia covers all the rest of Zelda’s minutiae in its item descriptions, lore, maps, and more.
The Zelda Encyclopedia also includes an interview with Eiji Aonuma, which usually features clarifying information about the series and its design philosophy. The 320-page tome will be available in April 2018 for $39.99.