Publication date for Stormlord Rising



Publication dates for book 2:

USA: August 1st 2010
UK November 4th 2010

Australia: Voyager edition already available

Here’s the real US and UK cover of Stormlord Rising ( no matter what Amazon might try to tell you.) There may be some small design differences between the two countries but basically this is it. A Lovely, lovely cover done by artist Steve Stone, and designed by Peter Cotton, for Orbit editions.


Publication date for Stormlord Rising — 6 Comments

  1. I definitely like this cover better. I *still* prefer the Aussie Voyager editions, but this is better then the first book cover. 🙂

  2. I love this cover!

    I am currently reading The Last Stormlord and enjoying it. I am only about half way through it at the moment.

    May I ask who is on the cover of both books? I was wondering if the Last Stormlord cover was of Shale. I just read the part where he crawled up the side of the cavern and it just seemed to fit the picture for a moment.

    I have added this book to my desired list for the summer. I think I need to take the summer off to read. 🙂

  3. Lexie – I agree about Bk 1.

    Melissa – For the Orbit covers like this one, I am not really consulted beforehand. I think they don't actually set out to portray a particular person or scene, but rather to capture the essence of the storyline, and an atmosphere.

    That said, Book one is presumably Shale/Jasper, struggling with his solitude and abilities, and the scenery would indeed be somewhere in the Warthago Range; book two can only be Terelle, as Ryka is a blond.

  4. Thank you Glenda. I kind of thought Stormlord Rising may be Terelle. She seemed to be the only one I could think of to fit the part with dark hair. 🙂

    I just finished Last Stormlord and can't wait for Stormlord Rising. I need to know what happens! 🙂 Thank you.

  5. just finished reading The Last Stormloard, freaking awesum. 1st thing i did was come online to make sure the story continues. Cant wait for Stormlord rising. Hopefully South Africa doesn't lag in getting it.

    Brilliant and well done 🙂


  6. Thanks, Andrew. I assume that Sth Africa gets British versions rather than Australian ones so you will have to wait a bit!

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