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Covers Unveiled for Jay Lake's Pinion and Terminal World by Alastair Reynolds


Jay Lake's third and final clockpunk novel Pinion is slated for release in March from Tor.  A synopsis has not been released yet, but the cover is quite impressive as have all the rest in the series.  I think it is also my favorite of the series thus far. UPDATE: Stephan Martiniere has been confirmed as the artist.



Alastair Reynolds' US publisher Ace has smartly gone with the same art as his UK publisher for Terminal World.  The art is beautiful, but I'm not too crazy over the yellow type.  It is with great shame I admit to not having read any of Reynolds's novels, but I'll be rectifying that next year with the Steampunk infused Terminal World

Spearpoint, the last human city, is an atmosphere-piercing spire of vast size. Clinging to its skin are the zones, a series of semi-autonomous city-states, each of which enjoys a different - and rigidly enforced - level of technology. Horsetown is pre-industrial; in Neon Heights they have television and electric trains ...Following an infiltration mission that went tragically wrong, Quillon has been living incognito, working as a pathologist in the district morgue. But when a near-dead angel drops onto his dissecting table, Quillon's world is wrenched apart one more time, for the angel is a winged posthuman from Spearpoint's Celestial Levels - and with the dying body comes bad news. If Quillon is to save his life, he must leave his home and journey into the cold and hostile lands beyond Spearpoint's base, starting an exile that will take him further than he could ever imagine. But there is far more at stake than just Quillon's own survival, for the limiting technologies of the zones are determined not by governments or police, but by the very nature of reality - and reality itself is showing worrying signs of instability.


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6 comments:

E.J. Stevens said...

Alastair Reynolds is a brilliant author. I can't wait to read Terminal World!

The Mad Hatter said...

I've read some of Alastair's shorts before and enjoyed them, but the time is definitely right for me to try his longer work.

Adam said...

I'm in the same boat as you Hatter, but Terminal World look sot fun to pass up. And I love the covers for both books!

ladyjestocost said...

If you added the artists' names when you posted covers, that would be nice. Just a credit line - illustration by so-and-so.

Thanks.

RobB said...

I'm so pleased Ace decided to retain the same cover as the UK for Terminal World.

If you want to jump into Reynolds before this one, Pushing Ice is a great spot to start since it is a stand alone novel. I liked it quite a lot an jjust wish I had read it sooner.

The Mad Hatter said...

@ladyjestocost - I do like to give credit to the artist when I have the info. Often the places I nab the covers from do not denote the artist. A lot of publishers do not even list the artist until the final printed book comes out.

I would guess, but I am not sure, that Stephan Martiniere is the artist on Pinion since he did the first two in the series and it looks like his style. On Terminal World I have no idea.

@RobB - I just ordered Pushing Ice. Thanks for the recommendation!