The Desert Spear – Peter V Brett

18 Sep

Head on over to Peter’s blog and have a look at the cover for book 2 in The Demon Trilogy, The Desert Spear. Amazing stuff! I thought the UK cover of The Painted Man was brilliant, but hell, Peter’s books are setting a standard out there for cover art – kudos to Larry Rostant!! 🙂 I’m not even going to put the pic of the cover up here – so go to Peter’s site and check it out! 🙂

Here’s the link:

Also, I’ve added a text box on the blog stating that I’m a member of Wonderlands, with the link to my profile there, and I’ve also added an ‘About’ page that’ll allow you guys to contact me via email (among other things). 🙂

Still reading The Name of the Wind, I know, I know, real life and stocktakes at bookshops intruded, but I’ve still got an interview with Karen Traviss coming up (plus some other cool interviews in the works). 🙂

So, keep coming back! 🙂


Posted by on September 18, 2008 in Announcements


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2 responses to “The Desert Spear – Peter V Brett

  1. chris ratcliffe

    March 13, 2009 at 6:30 pm

    I wondered if anyone knows if Peter is going to release a limited signed number as per the painted man. I’m lucky enough to have one of the 25. Cheers


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