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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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    The Dark Age Is Back

    by  • October 8, 2009 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Every week I get a bundle of emails asking how to get hold of the out of print The Dark Age titles. From May 2010, I get some respite when Pyr publishes new editions, with a new essay from me about how these three books tie into the “trilogy of trilogies”. There are three...

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    The Dark Age Goes To America

    by  • March 5, 2009 • Book News, Publishing • 12 Comments

    I’ve just signed contracts with Pyr to publish the three books of The Dark Age sequence – The Devil in Green, The Queen of Sinister and The Hounds of Avalon – in the US. They are scheduled to appear across three months in early 2010. The Dark Age is a continuation of the story...

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