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Disagree completely. It is fully in keeping with the style of the PoN cover art for the Canada/US Hardcovers. I like it quite a bit.
Oh, I like the style, as it provides continuity with the Prince of Nothing trilogy.But the choice of color leaves a lot to be desired. It's not like the novel will stand out from what's on the shelves in a bookstore...
I dunno, at this point, garishness isn't exactly the "in" thing for most covers. It'll be interesting to see how it looks in 3D.
Bland, but in a cool way! Somewhat!I do like it. And like you I anticipate this book so much that I could care less for the cover in which it is wrapped, lol.Thanks for the heads up, Pat !
Bland?It's simply wonderful.A book that looks like a book and not like a b-movie billboard.It stands apart by having a wonderful art direction and being different from 99% of the ugly stuff there's on the shelves. It's intriguing, in the worse case.
Looks good enough to attract attention. :-)
It looks like an extreme old-school mid-1960s edition of Lord of the Rings or something. Which will only work if the map of Earwa is in black-and-red and folds out from the inside front caper, and the book is specially given that "rich 'n' musty" smell.I am trying to work out what relevance a quasi-Mandelbrot set has to do with the Aspect Emperor storyline though.
I like it a lot, actually. I prefer it to the trade paperbacks of the US PoN books, at any rate.
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