I’ve been pleased that several of the reviews I’ve seen of Fair Coin have said things like, “I hope there’s a sequel,” or “the author had better write a sequel,” or “I wonder if there will be a sequel.” Naturally, I’m flattered; when I reach the end of a good book, I’m often sad that there isn’t any more of it to enjoy, but of course, some books (I’d say many books, or even, perhaps, most books) don’t need sequels. (*cough* The Hunger Games *cough*)
However, whether it needs it or not, Fair Coin does have a sequel. It’s called Quantum Coin.
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I have something awesome to share! And I’m not going to draw out the announcement, because I’ve been waiting for this moment longer than anyone. So here it is:
If you read the book, you’ll realize just how perfect this is. Pyr has a well-earned reputation for its stunning book covers, and I think this one is really special. Granted, I’m not exactly impartial, but the illustration is beautiful and bold and different, and I can’t wait to see it on the hardcover.
I was thrilled when I heard Sam Weber would be the cover artist; I’ve admired his work for a long time, especially his wonderful art for the Ender’s Game e-book. Major thanks to him and Lou Anders for giving Fair Coin such a brilliant cover.
And now I can also reveal that Fair Coin is scheduled to be released in March 2012, and it’s available for pre-order from Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and directly from Pyr.