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US Cover Unveiled for Red Country by Joe Abercrombie

Photo by Gene Mollica, Michael Frost, and Lauren Panepinto
Orbit just premiered the US cover for Red Country, which follows the style of the latest trade paper editions by them seen below. It definitely seems that Orbit is dropping the A from the title so I'm curious if Gollancz will as well. My earlier post reveals a fairly big spoiler for this volume, which is further shown in the cover above for the eagle eyed. Now that I've seen this I'm eager to see what Gollancz has up its sleeve as I've always considered those the definitive editions coverwise.


Here again the the official blurb:
Shy South comes home to her farm to find a blackened shell, her brother and sister stolen, and knows she’ll have to go back to her bad old ways if she’s ever to see them again. She sets off in pursuit with only her cowardly old stepfather Lamb for company. But it turns out he’s hiding a bloody past of his own. None bloodier.

Their journey will take them across the lawless plains, to a frontier town gripped by gold fever, through feuds, duels, and massacres, high into unmapped mountains to a reckoning with ancient enemies, and force them into alliance with Nicomo Cosca, infamous soldier of fortune, a man no one should ever have to trust . . . .
Publication has been confirmed for November stateside and October in the UK. As much as I want to enjoy Spring and Summer, Fall can't get her quick enough.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The cover is okay. A little too similar to The Heroes, but I want what is inside. November, November. The waiting game is harsh sometimes.

Ben Godby said...

Alright, who lost a finger? I FORGET. Regale me with spoilers, oh Hatter, for I am too weak to discover them myself...

Mad Hatter Review said...

They called him the Blood _____. That should help you out. ;)