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Prince of Storms Out Early in Paperback

Pleased to announce that the concluding volume of The Entire and The Rose in trade paper is shipping early, on July 1st!  I’ll consider it a birthday gift for my next-day Queen of Everything celebration.

Pyr delivers a gorgeous cover with slightly different color treatment than the hardcover. I am thrilled with this brooding, dramatic and perfectly captured moment. Undying thanks to Stephan Martiniere for his care with my four-book series and for his genius.

From the reviewers:

Prince of Storms is the perfect conclusion to what could well be one of the most ambitious and fascinating ongoing scifi series out there. Highly recommended. . .” –Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist

“One of the most captivating multi-universe, multi-cultural settings in science fiction history.” –Greg L. Johnson, SF Site

See Kay’s interview with audible.com on the series.

More information on the series.

TO ORDER:

Signed copies.

amazon.com (hardcover, trade paper and Kindle editions)

audible.com (all four books now available in audio editions)

More Fine Design from Pyr

I keep thanking the writing gods for Pyr’s superb work–especially art direction–for “The Entire and The Rose” series. Incredibly beautiful books. You can see more of Pyr’s cover art and books here.

So this is the new trade paper version of Book Three of the series, City Without End, shipping on January 25. Cover art by the amazing Stephan Martiniere.

And although this cover looks like a celebration, as in perhaps a triumph over all odds, actually there’s much more to come with the fourth and final volume, Prince of Storms (Also a January 2010 release).

Look Who’s Talking up Pyr

My publisher, Pyr, has been getting some accolades lately, and I’ve tagged along for the ride. Wow, a Pulitzer Prize winner has read Bright of the Sky?

(The following excerpts from a Prometheus press release:)

Junot Díaz, winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, says “Pyr books has in a few short years become the imprint to beat in the science fiction and fantasy fields.”

“[With The First Law series, Joe] Abercrombie has written the finest epic fantasy trilogy in recent memory. He’s one writer that no one should miss. Ian McDonald’s Brasyl is beyond superb. This novel should have beaten all comers for all the main awards. And who is writing space opera as sharp as Kay Kenyon in her The Entire And The Rose series?” Read More…