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New Cover Unveiled for The Red Wolf Conspiracy



The mass market edition of The Red Wolf Conspiracy will be released next week. Redick's publisher Del Rey has opted to change from the great art used on the hardcover to something a bit more commecial. This also explains the diviation in art for the sequel The Ruling Sea, which has a very similar setup.  Overall the art for the weapons is wonderfully detailed, but I did like seeing the ship in the background on the hardcover and UK editions.  Either way I should be getting to The Red Wolf Conspiracy in the near future.




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3 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I didn't see anything wrong with the original artwork either. The sword details are nice though.

The Mad Hatter said...

I don't understand it either. I felt the setup of the HC was what made it standout. Now I'm reminded of Barclay's Chronicles of the Raven series where they all have the same cover except with a different weapon.

Phoenix said...

i don't know what to make of this, i thought the old cover was great and saw no need to change it.

on the other hand i think that if this was the original cover i would have liked it, so maybe that makes me like this cover less.

so the cover is good though the change is not understandable at all
at least it fits with the cover of the second book which now i like more, as they do look like the same series now.