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Nook ‘First in Series’ Sale

Heads up, drones! The lovely folk over at Nook are running a ‘first in series’ promotion and are featuring eight Angry Robot titles! Please check below for titles and prices.

Each will be on sale from January 12 (today) until January 18.

Stolen SongbirdStolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen

For five centuries, a witch’s curse has bound the trolls to their city beneath the mountain. When Cécile de Troyes is kidnapped and taken beneath the mountain, she realises that the

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Angry Robot

Nook $2.99 ebook Promotions

 Do you own a Nook? Then you, dear readers are in for a treat!

 

From now until 30 November, not one, not two but THREE of our ebooks are discounted over at Barnes & Noble, at the low, low price of $2.99. Take a look at the books available below and simply click on the title to be taken through to the offer.

 

Hidden Huntress by Danielle L Jensen
Hidden Huntress, by Danielle L. Jensen

Sometimes, one must

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Book Birthdays

May Book Birthday Celebrations

With a hip hip hooray, today we are celebrating the US & digital book birthdays of Susan MurrayRod Duncan, and Ramez Naam. Whether it’s a brand new title, the continuation of an award-winning series, or the explosive conclusion of (yet another of our) award-winning series, our May titles have something for everyone. Fear not, UK & ROW readers, your copies will be released this Thursday.

Piqued your interest? Here’s the titles we’re releasing today with all important buy links:

 

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Angry Robot, Books, Cover Art

Cover Reveal: Susan Murray’s The Waterborne Blade

It’s all go at Angry Robot HQ as we gear up for March and our publishing reboot. We’re following yesterday’s cover reveal for Craig Cormick‘s The Floating City with the cover for the first in Susan Murray‘s intriguing medieval fantasy series, The Waterborne Blade (May 2015). If you’re a fan of Trudi Canavan, Karen Miller and Gail Z Martin, this epic fantasy title is for you, and you won’t have long to wait for the sequel as The Waterborne Exile follows in August of this year.

With a hat tip to Paul Young at Artist Partners for this fantastic cover, we present 

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