Monday, April 15, 2013

Seven Forges Cover Reveal

Here's the cover art for James A Moore's new fantasy novel. Pretty Darn cool. eh? For more info go here:


http://www.tor.com/blogs/2013/04/cover-art-seven-forges

James A. Moore says:

Well, thank you kindly for Sharing!

Just for that, here's the back cover text (yes, I AM an opportunist!):

The people of Fellein have lived with legends for many centuries. To their far north, the Blasted Lands, a legacy of an ancient time of cataclysm, are vast, desolate and impassable, but that doesn’t stop the occasional expedition into their fringes in search of any trace of the ancients who had once lived there... and oft-rumored riches.

Captain Merros Dulver is the first in many lifetimes to find a path beyond the great mountains known as the Seven Forges and encounter, at last, the half-forgotten race who live there. And it would appear that they were expecting him. As he returns home, bringing an entourage of strangers with him, he starts to wonder whether his discovery has been such a good thing. For the gods of this lost race are the gods of war, and their memories of that far-off cataclysm have not faded.

3 comments:

James A. Moore said...

Well, thank you kindly for Sharing!

Just for that, here's the back cover text (yes, I AM an opportunist!):

The people of Fellein have lived with legends for many centuries. To their far north, the Blasted Lands, a legacy of an ancient time of cataclysm, are vast, desolate and impassable, but that doesn’t stop the occasional expedition into their fringes in search of any trace of the ancients who had once lived there... and oft-rumored riches.

Captain Merros Dulver is the first in many lifetimes to find a path beyond the great mountains known as the Seven Forges and encounter, at last, the half-forgotten race who live there. And it would appear that they were expecting him. As he returns home, bringing an entourage of strangers with him, he starts to wonder whether his discovery has been such a good thing. For the gods of this lost race are the gods of war, and their memories of that far-off cataclysm have not faded.

Charles R. Rutledge said...

I added all that to the post, just for folks who don't read the comments.

Paul R. McNamee said...

Very slick.