Great review of Pendragon in The Times today:
Pendragon has all the hallmarks of a traditional historical adventure story – there are battles, swords, and he bantering of violent men, all done with style. However, there is also intellectual heft to the story, with its themes of myth-making and the nature of power.
You can check it out or pre-order it here.
Excellent review of The Devil’s Looking Glass in the latest Locus magazine. And they also take the time to praise The Sword of Albion/The Silver Skull:
“These characters tend to peer out from tangles of painfully twisted emotions. The plot can seem just as gnarled, with many turnings, terrors, betrayals, and revelations about its mingling, shifting worlds.”
New website with latest books…
I’ve done a new, detailed interview over at OneMetal where I get into a few new areas in both professional and personal arenas. Thank to Pete Allison for some sharp questions.
You can also find a new review of The Scar-Crow Men on the same site.
Here’s a brief review of The Scar-Crow Men. The book is out in the UK in May.
The first UK review from Lizzy.
I’m currently hard at work on the third book in the series, The Devil’s Looking Glass, with an expected delivery date of late June for publication in 2012.
I’m currently neck-deep in the second draft of The Scar-Crow Men, where I expect to be for a while, so it will be a little quiet around here.
But just to keep things ticking over, here’s a new interview about The Sword of Albion, by Sandy Auden at SF Site.
And here’s an appreciation of The Dark Age books by Rick Kleffel at The Agony Column, which also includes a look at Mark Charan Newton’s excellent Nights of Villjamur.