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COVER REVEAL: The Uploaded by Ferrett Steinmetz

You guys may know by now that Ferrett Steinmetz is a writing genius. After his Flex trilogy concluded in September last year we were bereft, but happily Ferrett came to us with a brand new cyberpunk standalone The Uploaded. Needless to say, we loved it. But rather than us waxing lyrical about the great characters, incredible worldbuilding and super fun plot we’ll share the official synopsis right here:

Life sucks and then you die…

In the near future, the elderly have moved online and now live within the computer network. But that doesn’t stop

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COVER REVEAL: An Oath of Dogs

Screen Shot 2017-03-24 at 12.36.18It’s Friday, and it’s cover reveal time! This one is for Wendy N Wagner’s  fantastic, and super characterful novel An Oath of Dogs

Here’s the synopsis:

Kate Standish has been on the forest-world of Huginn less than a week and she’s already pretty sure her new company murdered her boss. But the little town of mill workers and farmers is more worried about eco-terrorism and a series of attacks by the bizarre, sentient dogs of this planet, than a death most

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Angry Robot

Cover Reveal: Mythmaker by Marianne de Pierres

Peacemaker by Marianne de PierresWe are super excited to be able to show you the new cover for Marianne de PierresMythmaker, the second in her Peacemaker series, which is revealed in its full glory over at The Book Plank.

The cover was created by the marvellous Joey Hi-Fi, who was also the man behind the Peacemaker cover, which you can see over to the right.

Marianne: “Joey HiFi has captured the essence of the MYTHMAKER story in his cover.

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover reveal – Joey HiFi brings the magic, again

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Hey gang – You know by now, I am sure, that we at Robot HQ love the superb cover art of our man Joey HiFi, and we certainly adore writer Maurice Broaddus… So when the chance came to package up the latter’s superlative urban fantasies into one vast, all-conquering omnibus edition, it seemed only right to combine the gritty, street magic

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