Tag: The Queen of All Crows

Awards, Hell Yes, Interesting Stuff

Rod Duncan Wins Leicester Book of the Year Award

The Queen of All Crows by Rod DuncanLast night, at a wonderful ceremony in Leicester city centre the Leicester Book of the Year Award was bestowed upon Rod Duncan‘s fantastic novel, The Queen of All Crows.

The novel follows one of our favourite heroines of all time, Elizabeth Barnabus, from the adventures of The Fall of The Gas-Lit Empire series into this, the start of a new series, as she makes her

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Angry Robot, On Sale

The Queen of All Deals

The Queen of All Crows by Rod DuncanThe Queen of all Crows is a smart and entertaining read, among the best of the steampunk subgenre I’ve read. It continues the story of Elizabeth Barnabus in an alternative history where they take intellectual property protection a little too seriously.”
– Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist and Craigconnects

“It seems an odd mix of steampunk, supernatural mystery, and intellectual property thriller, but I like it.”
– Black Gate

“Rod Duncan

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Angry Robot, Cover Art, Freebies

Cover Reveal + Giveaway: The Queen of All Crows

Rod Duncan‘s new series, The Map of Unknown Things, sees our Gas-Lit protagonist Elizabeth in an entirely new light as she takes to the high seas in first title The Queen of All Crows, due for release in January.

As we are nearing the release date it’s only fair that we reveal the haunting new cover to you – an enticing and enigmatic image created by the wonderful Will Staehle.

Click on the teaser image below to see the official full cover on Fantasy Faction.

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Angry Robot

The Gas-Lit Empire is Back!

Angry Robot author Rod DuncanGreetings, travellers!

And travellers we shall be talking about today, as Elizabeth Barnabus – beloved heroine of the Gas-Lit Empire universe and novels The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter, Unseemly Science and The Custodian of Marvels – is taking flight from the UK to the vast oceans.

That’s right, Rod Duncan is back with a brand new series, the Map of Unknown Things, which is set in the same world as that of

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