The Legends of Light… in print

I am delighted that The Legends of Light has had such a popular reception. “Very much in Tolkien’s class” said one reviewer, and it doesn’t get much better than that. The book doesn’t just have stirring tales of fantasy that took me right back to — well, to reading Tolkien as a teenager. It also has some great interior artwork. eBooks are a superb way to read books, but don’t always do great artwork justice. So we’re bringing this book out in paperback in a few months.

Here are a few images to whet your appetite.

We’ve got many of the images on our dedicated Legends web page. If you follow this link, and click on the thumbnail images, they will bring up a larger version. They are still reduced-quality, though. The paperback images are in their full uncompressed, 300dpi glory, although I must stress they will be greyscale images in the paperback. I did look at putting together a colour version. We have the capability, but I think the list price would work out something like $15, which might be a little steep. The initial list price for the non-colour US paperback will be $4.99. There will be a UK edition available directly through our website.

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 19 published novels as of August 2020. His latest book is 'One Minute to Midnight', published by Seventh Seal Press. Find out more at humanlegion.com
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4 Responses to The Legends of Light… in print

  1. Very nice. I’m a fan of interior illustrations (even if they have to be grayscale to keep the cost reasonable), plus I love dragons.

    • timctaylor says:

      Me too! I was thinking back to illustrated children’s books I read as a child, handed down a generation or two. They frequently had frontispieces for each chapter, and that was what I was after here.
      We’ve actually got reasonably hi-res images elsewhere on the site. I’ll update to provide the link…

  2. S. A. Bolich says:

    I love beautiful books, whatever the format. Nicely done, Tim.

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