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12 Days, Christmas, On Sale

12 Days of Christmas: Recap

For the last 12 days we’ve brought you 2014’s titles at the knock-down festive promotional price of only £1, or your current equivalent. If you missed any of the daily offers, fear not as the deal is available until 2 January, 2015. Here’s a handy list of all the books we included and also links to the posts; click through for extra treats from some of your favourite authors.

13 December: Andy Remic’s The Iron Wolves

14 December: Justin Gustainis’ Hard Spell, Evil Dark, and Known Devil

15 December: Matthew Hughes’

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Angry Robot, Round Ups

Media Round Up 28/03/14

That time again folks!

2014 is already shaping up to be a great year for Angry Robot Books and this week’s mega round up is taking a look back over the last couple of months to see what you guys have thought about the books we’ve brought to you so far.

January saw the release of Andy Remic’s new novel The Iron Wolves, which grabbed the fantasy community by the throat until it begged for more books!

Before the Iron Wolves come after us too, here’s what people had to say:

The Iron Wolves by Andy Remic

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Author Appearances

The Book of the Crowman Launch Event

The Book of the Crowman by Joseph D’Lacey, the much anticipated sequel to the popular Black Feathers, is launching on Wednesday 5th March at Blackwell’s, Edinburgh.

The Book Of The Crowman by Joseph D'LaceyCome along on the 5th at 6.30pm to get your copy signed and chat with Joseph! Tickets are free, and are available from the front desk at Blackwell’s Bookshop or by phoning 0131 622 8218.

BLACKWELL’S EDINBURGH PRESENTS JOSEPH D’LACEY: THE BOOK OF THE

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Cover Reveal: The Book of the Crowman

Hey guys, we have a stunning cover to share with you guys for the next book in Joseph D’Lacey’s Black Dawn series. His first book, Black Feathers was a great success, with Tor.com describing it as “An exceptional piece of apocalyptic/horror/fantasy fiction” and Stephen King stating that “Joseph D’Lacey rocks!” Without further ado, here is the cover for the next in the series;

The Book of the Crowman

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