SWEET!Chuck Lukacs art is great too.Very much looking forward to this one.
I can virtually guarantee you won't be disappointed. I felt like Enge's work sits between Abercrombie and Lynch tonally, with a real nod to Leiber and even a touch of Wolfe or Moorcock. Maybe even some Gaiman or Swanwick in his prose.I'm throwing out too many names. I just thing he's a power, 'is all.
Gorgeous, gorgeous cover.I'm psyched about the interior illustration too.Very much looking forward to April.
The interiors - mostly shots of the cursed sword Tryfing - are very, very cool!
Even if I had heard nothing about this novel, that cover would compel me to buy the book.
That is what I like to hear - thank you very much John!
It's killing me how cool that looks. KILLING. ME.
Shall I put you down for 100? They make great gifts.
That cover would c ompel me to buy the book too - it's wonderful! - IF it didn't have the human on it. The human sort of spoils it - here you have this mysterious moonlit foggy city leaving you to wonder where the blood comes from, and then you have a male (I presume) holding a sword.As a side note - blood must be the current hot topic - just to the right of your post is another blood book - The Blood Debt.
Blood is always a hot topic.I like how the red of the figures shirt is the only spot of color.
One day you are going to come up with something I don't want to read.It appears today is definitely not that day, however.:)
May that day never come!