THE BORRIBLE TRILOGY: MORE COVER ART FROM THE ARCHIVES
17 February 2014
By Bella Pagan
The Borrible trilogy has a host of passionate fans: China Miéville, Neil Gaiman, Cory Doctorow and many more. Plus, since publication, it has attracted huge critical acclaim (examples here). And to celebrate our new ebook reissues, below are some more fabulous cover art examples from the archives - spanning several countries and decades. Enjoy! You can also find here free extracts of our ebook specials of The Borribles and The Borribles Go for Broke.
OUR NEW COVERS
COVER ART FROM THE ARCHIVES
Please click here for our previous blog featuring a further range of yet more (!)
international covers for the trilogy over the decades.
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SELECTED PRAISE FOR THE TRILOGY
‘Michael de Larrabeiti’s stunning trilogy, put simply, comprises three of my very, very favourite books ever . . . May they mean as much to you as they do to me’
'The Borribles -- pointy eared street children, battling the police and evil rodents in the alleys and underground of a mythic London -- were remarkable, and definitely were one of the streams that fed into Neverwhere'
‘The adventures of The Hobbit and the rabbits of Watership Down are more than once called to mind . . . and de Larrabeiti has brought something of these mythologies to the street markets and the back alleys of South London and the thronged waterways of the Thames itself’
More information on ebook publication dates:
The Borribles is now available
The Borribles Go for Broke is now available.
The Borribles: Across the Dark Metropolis is published in March
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