Wednesday, May 05, 2010

The Voyage of the Sable Keech

WOW, AGAIN.

12 comments:

Graeme said...

I like this cover, I can't find my copy of this tail. I may have left it on the tube for another lucky reader. I may have to buy it again.

Live for films said...

That's a lovely cover. Fantastical mixed in with the technological.

John Day said...

So much better than the American cover which was not worthy of the book.

Neal Asher said...

What can I say? This one is competing for first place in my mind with The Skinner.

John, you are probably thinking of The Skinner since Tor US have not published this bookl!

cameron said...

I like it!.... the sails are exactly as I imagined them from Neal's description.

Skar said...

Another good cover. The artist has definitely found the grove.

AngryMurloc said...

Gosh darn it, am I really going to have to rebuy books because these covers are awesome!

Jebel Krong said...

that is awesome - i love it! :D

Nikola said...

This is insane! Thanks to the artist you will probably sell books to some people just for their covers! Would love to have those covers in big format as paintings on the wall!

Scott Marlowe said...

Beautiful cover. Almost like a pencil sketch, but more elaborate.

Mathias said...

Neal,

Been waiting forever for this book to published in the US. Not on Tor website yet, can you give me an idea on publication date?

Love the pictures in your blog. Fond memories of my honeymoon in Greece in 1996.

Matt

Pan said...

Having just finished this book, I think this cover is much cooler than the vanilla US paperback one. However, isn't it wildly inaccurate? I seem to remember three Sails being at work on the Sable Keech - Huff, Puff and Zephyr. This shows a multitude of sails working on it, as well as flying around.

I know, I know, don't be too literal. But this seems about as weird as the US version which had NO Sails...