The Death of the Wave

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Artwork by Karri Klawiter

Here’s the cover for the forthcoming title, The Death of the Wave by G.L. Adamson. This book is its own thing, but if you wanted a simple comparison, I would describe it as a literary version of The Hunger Games.

We’re busy working hard on the next round of books at the moment. Don’t forget our existing great range of books, though. There’s a ‘Two Books for Two Bucks’ deal on Thomas Rydder’s supernatural thriller titles and a competition to win his books open until the end of the month (see here for more details).

Keep checking the website for details of pre-Christmas deals.

I’ll leave you with a tiny taster of The Death of the Wave:

“I had sent the words out into the world and there is no going back.

For it is the words that defines immortality.

It is the mere fact that the words exist at all.

I was to save the people no matter the cost.

And if I die, I will live on under my name.

For I am words and words know how to wait.”

 

 

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Science fiction author and publisher. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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2 Responses to The Death of the Wave

  1. R.Bar says:

    ” if you wanted a simple comparison, I would describe it as a literary version of The Hunger Games.”

    Um…. you do realize that The Hunger Games was a BOOK before it was a movie, therefore being it’s OWN literary version of it’s own movie…. right?

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