Apparenty, if you follow the chain of corporate ownership long and far enough, I am and have been working for the same people as make Exocets.
This is what Exocets do. Arguably dragons do much the same, only thing is this: dragons aren’t real, right.
After the number of years I once spent trying to make Exocets pointless, this is actually pretty depressing.
Copies of the french edition arrived through the post today. Tres jolie, not that I can really read them. Always interesting to see how certain turns of phrase get translated, though. Four copies is a bit much for the library, though so I reckon there’s one going begging. Anyone want it? First come, first served.
Bon chance, mes amis. J’espere que vous ce trouvez c’est merveilleux!
So allegedly it’s out. And allegedly I learned some french once, too. Fortunately the book was translated by a nice woman called Flo rather than me.
Also a new review. The usual split of opinions, only this time packed into a single review. “I swear that to read this book, is probably the closest you will ever get to being inside say, the Borgiaâ€™s inner circle.” and “…the plot in this book is utterly fascinating…” but “I am, essentially a character-driven reader who missed someone to connect with and to truly root for (or even against).”
I’ve added some commentary over there.
Just when there wasn’t anything happening… French edition coming out on 16th June. The city in the background could easily by Furymouth. Dragon’s not quite how I saw them (no front feet), but suitably large and muscular I reckon. No rider either. Would have made a good cover for book three but that’s starting to give things away…