• Posts Tagged ‘the devil in green’

    The Queen Of Sinister US Cover

    by  • April 27, 2010 • Book News, reviews • 6 Comments

    I’m currently head down and writing the final part of the next book so it’s necessarily been a bit quiet round here. The Swords of Albion series is a departure on many levels from what I’ve done before, particularly the degree of necessary research ( and if you’ve read any of my books you...

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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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    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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    Devil In Green Sells out…Again

    by  • January 11, 2008 • Book News • 0 Comments

    The Devil in Green has sold out of its latest printing. This volume of The Dark Age sequence is a key read if you’re interested in getting the full The Burning Man effect so if you haven’t got one yet, place an order with your bookseller, online or real world – a good load...

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