• Posts Tagged ‘age-of-misrule’

    Jack Of Ravens US Cover

    by  • December 20, 2011 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Here’s artist John Picacio’s cover for the Pyr edition of Jack of Ravens, Book One of Kingdom of the Serpent. Out in March, with books two and three to follow in subsequent months. For US readers, this is the final trilogy of the nine-book sequence that began with Age of Misrule. Jack Churchill returns,...

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    The Dancing Did…Again

    by  • May 25, 2011 • Music • 2 Comments

    The band that was, perhaps, the greatest influence on the Age of Misrule, all those years ago. The album, And Did Those Feet, mixed a contemporary world with ancient horrors, and captured, in its rhythmic, crazed-folk drive, the sound of rural England – cider-drunk locals stumbling through graveyards on the way home. Lyrically, there...

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    Prix Julia Verlanger

    by  • October 28, 2010 • Book News • 3 Comments

    I’ve just been informed that my novel, World’s End, the first book of the Age of Misrule sequence, has been shortlisted for Prix Julia Verlanger, France’s premier SF/Fantasy book award. Under it’s French title, La Nuit sans fin, the novel was published by Orbit towards the end of 2009. The other nominees are: Ceci...

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    The Devil In Green – New Cover

    by  • April 7, 2010 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Here’s the new cover to the US edition of The Devil in Green (Book One of The Dark Age) coming from Pyr in May: The art, as with the previous and interlinked Age of Misrule titles, is by the great John Picacio. Careful viewers will note the thematic links with John’s cover for World’s...

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    Hope Vs Optimism

    by  • March 22, 2010 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Came across a quote today (from Rabbi Jonathan Sachs, used in relation to the US finally passing its health care legislation) which perfectly summed up the theme of Age of Misrule, The Dark Age and Kingdom of the Serpent: “Hope is the faith that, together, we can make things better. Optimism is a passive...

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    New World’s End Review

    by  • February 26, 2010 • reviews • 0 Comments

    From SF Signal: An excellent rendition on “the end of this world” with the starting of a different one, well written, great characters…a first book that makes you go out and hunt down the next two in the series.

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    Hitting The “Best Of” Lists

    by  • January 5, 2010 • Book News, personal • 0 Comments

    Happy New Year everyone. A quick catch-up post as I get my head back into work-mode after the seasonal festivities, during which I saw and enjoyed both Sherlock Holmes and Avatar amid the usual carnage of what is my favourite time of year. I’m definitely a mid-winter person. I’m currently snowed-in and watching the...

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