Tag: Lost Gods

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Micah Yongo & RJ Barker Invade Bradford

AR author Micah YongoHear ye, hear ye!

Angry Robot author Micah Yongo (Lost Gods / Pale Kings) and Orbit author RJ Barker (the Wounded Kingdom trilogy) will be going head-to-head in an epic death match at Waterstones Bradford on December 13.

Okay, we may have lied. There (hopefully) won’t be any epic death matches. Our Micah and RJ will be sitting down with author Charlotte Bond – also known for the Breaking the Glass Slipper podcast –

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Angry Robot

Lost Gods Sequel, plus Translation

Lost Gods by Micah YongoThat’s right you’re hearing us correctly, Micah Yongo‘s superb epic fantasy, Lost Gods, has a sequel! Pale Kings will continue the incredible story of the Five Realms as the gods return to claim their world. The novel will be available for downloading to your ocular nerve endings in April 2019.

If that news wasn’t exciting enough, we’ve got translation news too! Lost Gods is right now being translated into

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Micah Yongo at the Super Relaxed Fantasy Club!

AR author Micah YongoIt’s much too warm for those fantasy clubs of yore, the ones with the real dragons breathing fire and the requirements to joust with your neighbour for the last copy of your new favourite novel. So we’re proposing ditching the old and taking some time out and ducking into an air-conditioned paradise this coming Tuesday, July 31, with a trip to see Micah Yongo the Super Relaxed Fantasy Club.

Micah – who will be joined

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Launching Lost Gods

Lost Gods by Micah Yongo

Oi! Listen up, dwellers of Manchester (or the Greater Manchester area). This Friday Micah Yongo will be launching his debut novel, Lost Gods, in your fair city!

The epic fantasy novel, which has been called “a strong work from a very promising new author” by Publishers Weekly, and “striking and thoroughly enjoyable” by Adrian Tchaikovsky, was published on July 5 so we wanted to celebrate its birth

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances

Alternative Wedding Plans!

If, like us, your invite to the royal wedding was lost in the post then you can use your free May 19th to attend the Books on the Hill and BristolCon Fringe Alternative Wedding Plans event!

Between 12pm-2pm there will be both a panel and a signing from a whole flock (quest? imagining? murder?) of fantasy authors including Joanne Hall, Peter Newman, Lucy Hounsom, and Brian McClellan. And given that it will be held at the Hatchet Inn, Bristol, we expect there will be a chance for a quick drink in between all

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Exclusive Excerpts

Lose Yourself in a Free Excerpt of Lost Gods

Lost Gods by Micah YongoTime for a freebie! Get started on Lost Gods by Micah Yongo for free – check out the first three chapters of Micah’s lush action-packed fantasy novel right here.

Neythan is one of five young warriors trained and raised together by a mysterious brotherhood of assassins known as the Shedaím. When Neythan is framed for the murder of his closest friend, he pursues his betrayer – and in so doing learns

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover Reveal + First Chapter: Lost Gods

The release date for Micah Yongo‘s debut novel, Lost Gods is fast approaching, and will be available for all those grabby hands from April 2018! The story follows Neythan, a young assassin who is betrayed and hunted by his brotherhood, the Shedaím, for suspected murder. See how Neythan fights back against those who would see him dead, and the bastard ruling classes, in this epic fantasy novel.

You can see a sneak peek of the amazing new cover below, by the wonderful Larry Rostant.

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New Author: Micah Yongo

We’re super excited and delighted to announce a new signing, author Micah YongoAR author Micah Yongo! *Crowd goes wild*
*Robot dance*

Micah is an author from Manchester, UK. You can find him over on his blog, The Mancophile, or on Twitter.

Micah’s debut novel, Lost Gods, will be hitting bookshelves in April 2018. We can’t wait to share with you this wonderful epic fantasy, steeped in African folklore and featuring a young assassin hunted

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