COVER REVEAL: WRATH BY JOHN GWYNNE
01 June 2016
By Phoebe Taylor
Calling all of John Gwynne's faithful fans! (See what I did there?) The moment has arrived . . . we are ready to reveal the cover for THE FOURTH AND FINAL BOOK in the epic The Faithful and the Fallen series. Those of you who have already braved the dramatic finale of Ruin have but a few months to wait until Wrath publishes on the 17th November 2016.
Those of you who have not yet fallen under John Gwynne's spell . . . there is still time! Follow us on twitter @UKTor for the chance to win the first three books in the series. Scroll down to see the four titles in all their glory, and tell me you're not tempted to jump in right away. But first - behold designer James Annal's striking cover for Wrath:
Events are coming to a climax in the Banished Lands, as the war reaches new heights. King Nathair has taken control of the fortress at Drassil and three of the Seven Treasures are in his possession. And together with Calidus and his ally Queen Rhin, Nathair will do anything to obtain the remaining Treasures. With all seven under his command, he can open a portal to the Otherworld. Then Asroth and his demon-horde will finally break into the Banished Lands and become flesh.
Meanwhile Corban has been taken prisoner by the Jotun, warrior giants who ride their enormous bears into battle. His warband scattered, Corban must make new allies if he hopes to survive. But can he bond with competing factions of warlike giants? Somehow he must, if he's to counter the threat Nathair represents.
His life hangs in the balance - and with it, the fate of the Banished Lands.
Praise for the series
‘Great characters and plot – it gets faster and more fascinating by the page . . . Hell of a debut: highly recommended’
‘With all manner of battles, betrayals and revelations. I particularly enjoyed the battle scenes and duels . . . If it sounds like your thing, then it probably is’
‘A strong contender for the “if you like Game of Thrones, why not try this?” award’
‘John Gwynne hits all the right spots in his epic tale of good vs evil . . . Gwynne is definitely one to watch’
‘If you like a good old-fashioned tale of good vs evil, where the good guys wear white and the bad guys are really, really bad then Malice is perfect. So sit back, slip on those slippers and enjoy’
‘With three-dimensional characters, a gripping plot, and a world that became real to me, John Gwynne’s Malice is a great debut. In short, this is the kind of fantasy I love to read’
Fantasy Book Critic