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Cover Unveiled for The Black Prism by Brent Weeks (French Edition)

Art by Miguel Coimbra
Brent Weeks' The Black Prism (reviewed here) hits shelves in mass market form this week for those like their books cheap, but fat.  But coming in October from Bragelonne will be the French debut of The Black Prism and they have gone a different route than Orbit's version of the cover.  The art is by Miguel Coimbra whoso far has best captured the look of the magic from the world of the Lightbringer Trilogy . Bragelonne rarely disappoints me with their art selection and this is no exception.

For those longing for the next volume The Blinding Knife you'll have to wait until around September 2012. Weeks has put up the first 3 sample chapters on his site for those who want a taste now. And while I'm at it here is the trailer for The Black Prism, which is one of the best book trailers I've ever seen.

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Mihai A. said...

Bragelonne are some of the masters of the game when it comes to cover art. Their work is exceptional in this field and I wish to see more such involvement in the book covers ;)