Welcome to the #SummerOfReckoning . . .

Summer has finally arrived. With the weather hotting up, its time to talk about . . . the end of the world. We’ve teamed up with our sister imprints Orion and W&N to bring you the ultimate list of summer apocalypse reads, our #SummerofReckoning. Give in to the Doomsday prepper in you and get yourself a bug out bag of apocalypses for your summer reading!   Our #SummerOfReckoning books are: The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone Smoke by Dan Vyleta The Fireman by Joe Hill Red Queen and Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard Good Morning Midnight by Lily Brookes-Dalton The Passage…

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The Republic of Thieves Book Trailer

Just one more day until The Republic of Thieves is out in bookshops (Thursday 10th October!). To celebrate we’re delighted to share with you the book trailer for The Republic of Thieves. As we mentioned yesterday, the trailer was created by the amazing filmmaker Milena Aijala. You can watch her trailer for The Lies of Locke Lamora here and you can find out more about her by visiting her Tumblr here.

So without further interruptions we present the epic trailer for The Republic of Thieves.

Let us know what you think in the comments!

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The Making of The Republic of Thieves Book Trailer (a special guest post)

The Republic of Thieves is nearly here (in bookshops on Thursday)! All this week we’ll be counting down the days until publication. Tomorrow we’ll be revealing the epic trailer created by the incredible filmmaker Milena Aijala. Trust us, it is not only epic but stunning.  When we found Milena’s trailer for The Lies of Locke Lamora on Vimeo we knew that we wanted to work with her to create the perfect trailer for The Republic of Thieves and over the past few months we’ve been quietly plotting away. Milena has done an amazing job and we can’t wait to share…

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Steelheart is here!

To celebrate the UK publication of Steelheart we asked Brandon Sanderson to write us a special message to his UK fans. Steelheart started as a simple “what if?” I was on the road on book tour, driving a rental car up the East Coast. I was running late to meet my editor in Pittsburgh. My phone was dead—I’d forgotten my charger—and was rushing along, when someone aggressively cut me off in traffic. I got very annoyed at this person, which is not something I normally do. I’m usually pretty easygoing, but this time I thought to myself, “Well, random person,…

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