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SF Signal book cover smackdown includes Terra Insegura
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John DeNardo over at SF Signal
is running a Book Cover Smackdown
–and the Stephan Martiniere cover for Terra Insegura is one of them.
So which do you like best of these three?
Terra Insegura by…me! (Cover Artist: Stephan Martiniere)
Haze by L.E. Modesitt, Jr. (Cover Artist: Sparth)
Boneshaker by Cherie Priest (Cover Artist: Jon Foster)
Of course, I like Terra Insegura, but I think Boneshaker would be my second choice. It’s got that airships-and-steampunk vibe going for it.
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