29 June, 2011

It's News To Me #16 - Michael J. Sullivan's Percepliquis Cover

Yup, two days in a row for It's News To Me. I'm just trying to keep you guessing...or I'm just really inconsistent, you make the call.

The Alloy of Law (Mistborn 4) Excerpt #2: Tor.com has another excerpt from Brandon Sanderson's highly anticipated fourth installment in the Mistborn series...one I have on my shelf and been meaning to read... some... day.

Have you been put on Notice?: Stomping on Yeti has put a certain few individuals On Notice in this always hilarious meme.

Neth Space and MD Lachlan: I guess Ken wasn't a big fan of MD's Wolfsangel, the review was posted to Tordotfantasy and MD wasn't the biggest fan of that. :) I'm still hoping to be a fan of Wolfsangel myself.

Michael J. Sullivan's final installment in the Riyria Revelations has a cover: Of course it's another one done completely by the author himself.

It's almost like some people steel all the talent.

In case you didn't know, those who have been following along with the series (and I guess those who haven't) can buy the final volume in the same matching designs as the first 5 even though this series is being re-released by Orbit. That same blog post also shows you how you can find out when Percepliquis will be available in this format.

And that's the news...at least to me.


Spaz said...

While Alloy of Law is part of the Mistborn universe, it's not a direct sequel. And I HIGHLY recommend you don't let this series wait! One of the best things I've read in years.

Bryce L. said...

I was wondering about that. Tor.com is calling it the 4th book in the Mistborn series, but I thought that wasn't really the case. Good to know!

I'll get on that as well. :D

ediFanoB said...

I fully agree with Spaz. The Mistborn series is a great read.

Alloy of Law is on my list. I hope a paperback edition will be published in 2012. Then I will buy and read it.

I belong to the people who missed the Riyria Revelations series.

Therefore I'm glad that the series will be avaialable from Orbit in November 2011, December 2011, and January 2012.

Bryce L. said...

I have all of Sullivan's but the last one so I'll be finishing up with the Ridan publishing ones. I'm really looking forward to the Mistborn series as well. :)