• Posts Tagged ‘Jack-of-Ravens’

    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 US Joins The Kingdom Of The Serpent

    by  • August 25, 2010 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Just heard from my editor in the US, Lou Anders, that he’s bought the Kingdom of the Serpent sequence – Jack of Ravens, The Burning Man and Destroyer of Worlds – to be published shortly by Pyr. For American readers, those books will finish off the massive story that began with World’s End in...

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    Jack Of Ravens Review

    by  • February 24, 2008 • Book News, Fantasy • 0 Comments

    There’s a review of Jack of Ravens here which raises some very interesting issues. What I’ve been working on for the last few years is an epic story covering more than two thousand years of human history, numerous mythologies, a huge cast of characters with complex motives and inter-relations, an enormous range of antagonists,...

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    Jack of Ravens Out Today

    by  • December 6, 2007 • Book News • 0 Comments

    The paperback version of Jack of Ravens: Kingdom of the Serpent Book One is on the shelves from today. The hardback sold out in record time, and I know it’s been a long wait for people keen to get their hands on a copy. Advance orders are running very high, so if you want...

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    Short Story Review

    by  • November 14, 2007 • Book News, For Queen and Country • 4 Comments

    The first review of my short story Who Slays the Gyant, Wounds the Beast from the Solaris Book of New Fantasy is here. You may recall the story stars Elizabethan England’s greatest spy Will Swyfte from Jack of Ravens. There’s actually been quite a lot of interest in my swashbuckling hero. More soon, possibly…

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    Jack of Ravens Extract

    by  • October 21, 2007 • Book News • 0 Comments

    I’ve posted an extract from Jack of Ravens: Kingdom of the Serpent Book One on my MySpace blog. The hardback and tradepaperback have sold out, but the mass-market paperback is published on December 2. As I did with Age of Misrule, I’m making the extract free for anyone to post on their blog or...

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    A Course of Memetherapy

    by  • August 24, 2006 • Researching the Book • 0 Comments

    The guys at Memetherapy have published an interview they did with me recently. They asked a bunch of intelligent questions about how I approach writing and research, like “Writing novels has been described as hard and emotionaly brutal. Is that true for you? What was it like writing Jack of Ravens?” and I gave...

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    An Introduction, of Sorts

    by  • July 2, 2006 • Miscellaneous • 8 Comments

    It’s a Sunday morning, it’s sticky hot and unpleasant, and it’s the morning after England crashed out of the World Cup with their usual display of petulance and ineptness (yeah, yeah, I’m making myself an easy target…). I’m thinking of going down the pub, but first I need to do this… My new novel,...

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