By Richard on September 21, 2012
A little something from the Gollancz art department…..
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Wow! Just wow – I approve. It creeps me the hell out but “yum”!
Ooooooh. Gloriously creepy. Love it!
Creepy? Hell, I’m a zoologist, I’ve seen worse down a binocular microscope
I do like it though! Beautiful detail in the skull…
*nudges The Cold Commands nearer the top of TBR pile*
Very death metal. The skull looks almost 3D. It’s a dragon skull, which is even more rocking!
With the cover quote from The Wertzone, does that mean the books finished and been reviewed?
I had thought it was going to be a staff-lance, but this is way more fitting somehow. Love it.
Very nice, love the glowing green eyes…now about that missing Kovacs…resurrect him, PLEASE!
Oh yeah, forgot about Kovacs. So is that what a “Martian” looks like?
WOW! This cover is certainly eye-catching! I’d pick up this book because of the cover, even if I didn’t know anything about the author.
@Phil Norris – Oh shit, I never imagined the Martians as that evil…if so, new appreciation for the madness that ensued in Broken Angels.
“With the cover quote from The Wertzone, does that mean the books finished and been reviewed?”
Negative. That’s from my review of THE COLD COMMANDS. Cover blurbs can refer to the author and/or the series, not just the specific book.
I’ve always really loved your d/j artwork ~ so-o NOT what Ursula K le G. dubs ‘purple monster’ generic SF stuff.
And many happy returns of yesterday, eh?! Trust you raised a glassful of the Scottish aqua vitae.
Kovacs and the gang are in these books, in a sense. Y’all just aren’t looking hard enough.
@15 – indeed, would take a fair bit of effort *not* to meet Taka and Co in them.
Having read the description in the last post of Fifirdar, I can seek why Kovacs was so in awe of her. She makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.
Damn that’s really cool! Should look good in black and grey on the e-reader too
It doesnt have whiskers. It has rat tails! Yuck! And kind of scary =)
I wondered what was happening to the next book, when I met you at a signing you said we would not have to wait too long…
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